NAPSG hosted the Innovation Summit for Preparedness & Resilience (InSPIRE) on November 12-14 at Texas A&M University at Galveston. The summit brought together more than 200 public safety and homeland security leaders, first responders, and GIS professionals representing 38 states and 137 agencies. The summit was co-hosted by Texas A&M University at Galveston and conducted in partnership with the US Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate, International Association of Fire Chiefs, International Association of Emergency Managers, National Association for Search & Rescue, the National States Geographic Information Council, and other partner organizations.
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The 2019 NAPSG Disaster Innovation Talks were delivered as part of the 2019 Innovation Summit for Preparedness and Resilience (InSPIRE) on November 12-13 at the Texas A&M University at Galveston. Provided below are the video recordings. For all other InSPIRE materials, visit: 2019 InSPIRE Materials Jump to individual videos using the navigation cards below. Back
On December 10th, 2019, NAPSG Foundation held its fifth PrepTech Talk titled, Situational Awareness for the Living Room: Cracking the Code on Public Information Maps. This virtual seminar provided participants the opportunity to hear from Sonoma County, CA on the development of their Public Information Map Game Plan and learn best practices identified in public
On September 19, 2019, NAPSG Foundation held its fourth Preparedness Technology Talk. This PrepTech Talk provided participants the opportunity to learn from a panel of experts from local, state, and Federal agencies on how they are using the latest available technology-enabled tools and resources to support high impact preparedness efforts. Seminar Objectives Discuss the basics