As new technologies continue to emerge, public safety leaders are finding new solutions and methods for some of our oldest problems. At the same time, new threats and questions continue to emerge. On June 14 we explored how first responders and emergency managers are harnessing the latest technology to speed response times, increase intelligence, and better prepare us for the next disaster. We also looked at new dynamics, from the growing cybersecurity threat to the privacy and ethics questions that we must address along with new technology.
Registration & Networking Breakfast
Session presented by Nutanix
Public Safety And Our Future of Urban Air Mobility
Soon, the few hundred feet above our heads will be a hive of human and technology activity. Drones will deliver packages and fight wildfires. Air-taxis will expedite transportation above our congested highways. With these new opportunities come new public safety opportunities and concerns. This panel will dive into public safety in an air-mobile urban environment
Resiliency Fueled By Technology
From the threat of earthquakes, to climate driven disasters, how are technologists and emergency management leaders working together to prepare for and respond to disaster?
The Future State of Safety, Privacy, and Ethics
As emerging technology becomes more interwoven into the fabric of private and civic life, what are the implications for our privacy and security? From artificial intelligence and facial recognition to the future state of security in cyberspace, real policy issues loom as we enter a brave new world of public safety technology