Data Analytics for Fire-EMS-Public Safety Summit 2017

 Public safety functions across the nation are unlocking the amazing potential of “big data” with spectacular results.

That’s why the Data Analytics for Public Safety Summit is tackling the latest methodologies, best practices and technologies for using data analytics to enhance safety, respond to emergencies, manage risk, and improve internal operations of Fire, EMS, and 911 functions.

By attending you will emerge with practical and proven solutions for a number of key challenges facing Fire, EMS, and 911 Dispatch functions.

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Data Analytics for Fire Departments: Best practices for collecting, analyzing and using data for modern-day fire prevention and suppression – integrating and synthesizing all your data from sources such as building inspections, risk maps, and new monitoring technologies

Predictive Modeling: Use predictive analytics to forecast where Fire and EMS services will be most needed – and when your 911 Dispatch call load will spike

Data Sharing with Outside Sources: Identify data sets from other law enforcement, public health, fire, EMS and governmental agencies that could be harnessed to improve insight on trends in your community.

Risk Management: Utilize data analysis to create an early-warning system for problems on a wide range of HR issues

Privacy Protection and Data Security: Stay up-to-date on the latest case law and compliance mandates for protecting privacy and securing access to data

Performance Analysis and Reporting: Prepare and analyze critical data relating to a wide variety of operational matters

Field Deployment of Data: Utilize mobile computing and distributed analysis to equip front-line Fire and EMS first responders with insight to do their jobs better and safer

Data Analytics in Fire/EMS/Public Safety accelerates response times, reduces risk to your personnel, and improves safety and health outcomes in your community.

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Address:
2101 L St. NW, Suite 440, Washington, District of Columbia, 20037, United States

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  • Summit
    December 11, 2017 - December 12, 2017
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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