12-1 pm, Wednesday, March 29, 2023
Natural disasters can strike at any moment, and their impact can be devastating. Preparedness is crucial to ensure that individuals and communities can respond effectively to natural disasters. Additionally, it involves educating people on what to do during an emergency and how to access information and assistance. By being prepared, people can respond quickly to a disaster and minimize the impact on their lives and communities. We as GIS professionals also need to be prepared to provide quick and accurate information. This Lunch and Learn will be the initial discussion for implementing a statewide collaboration for GIS Response Operations during active disasters. We will discuss the want/need for data templates and operating procedures to use during active emergencies.
Presenters: Mark Schmidt and Pam Dunham, Butler County GIS
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