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Developing a Hurricane Preparedness Strategy Through Historic and Real-time Information

Developing a Hurricane Preparedness Strategy Through Historic and Real-time Information

Federal, state and local agencies need to work together to create a hurricane preparedness strategy that will ensure the security of their communities and critical infrastructure. The best way to develop one is to analyze historic trends compared to real-time publicly available information(PAI)—including weather statements and sensor data—so that all members of the agency can act effectively as a storm progresses.

Join officials from Virginia Department of Emergency Management, Earth Networks and Dataminr as they discuss:

  • What historic trends to look for when preparing for a hurricane
  • How to utilize PAI as the storm reaches landfall
  • Response initiatives to keep employees and the community safe

Speakers:

  • Erin Sutton, Chief Deputy State Coordinator, Virginia Department of Emergency Management
  • Michelle Oblinsky, Deputy State Coordinator, Virginia Department of Emergency Management
  • Mark Hoekzema, Chief Meteorologist, Director of Meteorological Operations, Earth Networks

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