Monthly Archives: February 2017

Virtual Workshop on GIS for Search & Rescue – February 8th, 2017

Do you want to use maps to find missing persons? Do you have some skills or an interest in creating geospatial decision support tools for Search & Rescue teams?

Paul Doherty, Chair of the Search & Rescue Working Group for the NAPSG Foundation, led a virtual workshop for the Montana Association of Geographic Information Professionals (MAGIP).  While MAGIP participants attended on-site (Bozeman, Montana), MAGIP kindly extended the invitation to the Public Safety GIS and SAR Community to attend via WebEx.

This presentation had brief hands-on exercises and learning resources that you can take away with you from the workshop.  The goal of this presentation was to foster exchange between the Geospatial Professional and Search and Rescue Communities by providing an overview of capabilities with geospatial decision support tools.

VIDEO RECORDING – Virtual Workshop on GIS for Search & Rescue

For information about GIS for Search and Rescue, see the Wilderness Search and Rescue Capability and Readiness Assessment Tool (CARAT).

New Additions to the NAPSG Team!

NAPSG Foundation is pleased to announce that Tari Martin and Camille Galdes have joined our team.  Tari joins NAPSG from the City of Laurel, MD, where she worked as a GIS Analyst in the Department of Information Technology.  Tari has a deep background in public safety GIS.

Camille comes to NAPSG from the NGO world – having worked at the Urban Land Institute, Pew Trusts, and the Brookings Institution.  She brings a great combination of GIS skills and organizational development to the team.

For more information about both Tari and Camille, please check out our About Us page.