Vendor Presentations

Enjoy your refreshment break or lunch near the stage in the back of Exhibit Hall AB as you listen to these dynamic vendors discuss a multitude of topics in emergency management

Tuesday, November 19th

9:45am – 10:05am – Using Location Intelligence for Emergency Management Operations and Response

Company: Esri, Booth #507

Presenter: Ryan Lanclos, Director of Public Safety Industries

Preparing for the new normal requires awareness of increasingly complex threats and hazards, an ability to analyze and understand potential impacts, and the capability to monitor real-time conditions for true situational awareness. Attendees of this session will learn how to prepare for both daily and incident operations by implementing a suite of integrated tools to maintain situational awareness, conduct damage assessment, and manage public information. Using location intelligence, you’ll start to see what others can’t and be better prepared for life in the new normal. (This session will be repeated on Wednesday, November 20th from 12:30pm – 12:50pm)


12:15pm – 12:35pm – Delivering Continuity of Operations via Real-Time Technology and Predictive Analytics

Company: Live Process, Booth # 628

Presenter: Roger Osbourn, CHSP & John Wierzbowski, MSc., MPH, CHEP, Penn Medicine

How Penn Medicine uses technology and situational awareness to connect emergency management with operations and the bottom line as we never imagined, in real time.


12:40pm – 1:00pm – Connect, Collaborate, and Coordinate with Juvare

Company:  Juvare Booth # 301

Presenter: Matt Cronin and Sanjay Satagopan

Learn how Juvare, makers of WebEOC, can help you better prepare, connect, and respond to emergencies and support daily operations. Improve situational awareness using the latest dashboards, mobile apps, and real-time data interoperability capabilities to make more informed decisions and better protect people, property, and brands.


3:45pm – 4:05pm – Esri Disaster Response Program: 25 Years of Lessons Learned Responding to Disasters

Company: Esri, Booth #507

Presenter:Ryan Lanclos, Director of Public Safety Industries

Over the last 25 years, the Esri Disaster Response Program (DRP) has responded to disasters and crises of all types and sizes around the world. During this time, we’ve learned a tremendous amount about best practices, and how agencies can better prepare for the next disaster – especially when it comes to using modern GIS tools. Learn how the Esri DRP can support you in time of need, see how others are responding with location intelligence, and leave with the three keys to being better prepared in the new normal.


Wednesday, November 20th

9:45am – 10:05am – Using Location Intelligence for Emergency Management Operations and Response

Company: Esri, Booth #507

Presenter: Ryan Lanclos, Director of Public Safety Industries

Preparing for the new normal requires awareness of increasingly complex threats and hazards, an ability to analyze and understand potential impacts, and the capability to monitor real-time conditions for true situational awareness. Attendees of this session will learn how to prepare for both daily and incident operations by implementing a suite of integrated tools to maintain situational awareness, conduct damage assessment, and manage public information. Using location intelligence, you’ll start to see what others can’t and be better prepared for life in the new normal.