InSight eSeminar

Associate Editor Michael Hardy will
host an online seminar at 11 a.m.
Nov. 13 on emergency communications.

Since the 2001 terrorist
attacks, first responders have sought
better ways to communicate with one
another, but creating truly interoperable
communications systems remains
a challenge.

David Aylward, director and treasurer
at the Emergency Interoperability
Consortium, and David Lamensdorf,
president and chief executive officer
at Safe Environment Engineering, will
discuss where the greatest needs ?
and opportunities ? are.

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