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NOTE: IACC is a corporate member of the AIHS. The presenter - although discussing general issues as per the learning outcome below – will also be discussing the specific application and benefits of their product.
The Australian Institute of Health & Safety (AIHS) has partnered with the Israel-Australia Chamber of Commerce (IACC) to bring you the Technology for Better Emergency Management webinar scheduled for Tuesday 26 October 2021.
COVID-19 has taught us all to prepare for the worst and prepare for the unexpected. Technology plays a key role in the prevention, preparation, and management of emergencies. Communication, data analysis, and security are of the utmost importance when it comes to dealing with emergency preparedness and prevention, and technology is a prime part of these solutions. Emergency management leverages advances in technology that positively impact response and recovery efforts, improve warning systems and mitigate damage caused by an unexpected crises. Emerging technologies, like drones, AI-powered risk intelligence and critical communications, are game-changers because they make it possible for emergency managers to identify relevant information and react faster to critical events.
Key learning outcomes of the webinar.
Date: Tuesday 26 October 2021.
Time: 5:00PM - 6:00PM AEDT
Format: Zoom Webinar
You will be hearing from:
EdgyBees offers a solution designed to bring full visibility and understanding to any dynamic scene by creating collaborative virtual versions of complex environments. The company's augmented real-time intelligence fuses computer vision, multi-sensor data analytics, and 3D video generation to provide a simple visual layer of highly accurate, real-time information.
Carbyne is a call-handling platform supported by a full ecosystem, encompassing advanced IP-based communication features, global infrastructure, and caller solutions. The company acts as a gateway for delivering rich and smart data to public safety answering points, helping call takers analyse and process what is happening in real time, provide accurate support, reduce operational costs, slash time to dispatch, and ultimately save lives.