While the recovery from Hurricane Ida continues, Joe Valiente, Director of Emergency Management in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana said they are also focused on the future.
Innovative technologies that utilize existing cell technology to relay back environmental data are already in use. Some of them challenge the imagination.
When you think of rain forests, wildfires don’t typically come to mind. But the Director of the Oregon Office of Emergency Management said that’s changing –rapidly.
During this webinar, you will learn how federal IT practitioners from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, Internal Revenue Service and Department of Homeland Security are implementing strategies and initiatives around IT modernization.
Every storm is different. Brian Hastings, director of the Alabama Emergency Management Agency, suggested that responding to a disaster requires a certain amount of precision and that only comes from practice, familiarity with the team and solid communications.
Powerful storms can leave customers in the dark with no communications capabilities . That’s considered a serious homeland security risk. To mitigate it, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) provides end-to-end communications priority using three special services, including a Verizon SPOT.
The Department of Agriculture outlines their strategy to significantly increase fuels and forest health treatments to address the escalating crisis of wildfire danger that threatens millions of acres and numerous communities across the United States.
According to MaryAnn Tierney, regional administrator for FEMA Region 3, Federal Emergency Management Agency relies on three key steps to respond to the increasing frequency and evolving potency of natural disasters.
As 5G begins to roll out in civilian and military spaces, the Defense Department is testing 5G networks at a handful of bases to ensure connectivity and security. Since last year, the Pentagon has had…
This exclusive e-book demonstrates not only the progress that the Pentagon is making in finding real value out of 5G, but begins to paint the future picture across DoD.
The Federal Aviation Administration worries strong signals near airports will interfere with certain aircraft systems essential to safe landings.
During this webinar, you will learn how federal IT practitioners from the Defense Logistics Agency, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the Transportation Security Administration are implementing strategies and initiatives around IT modernization.
The Department of Defense is aimed at creating the smart base of the future. Bases are essentially miniature cities, with all the same infrastructure needs like transportation, on-base personnel services and energy management, coupled with specific military needs. The idea is to use a 5G infrastructure to connect all of these elements, as well as cybersecurity and physical security, to become fully integrated and agile.
The Air Force and the Defense Department writ large are expecting 5G to be a game changer in the way it delivers information and connects platforms.