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When Time Means Lives:
innovative ways to
shorten emergency
communication time
• Background
• Joint Information System
– Surge considerations
– Virtual
• Incident websites
• Approval process
Topics
Background
Communication is faster
than EVER before
6:28am, March 17, 2014
Broadcasting is more
ubiquitous than EVER
before
Delta Flight 1549, image posted toTwitter by Janis
Krums one minute before first FDNY boat in the water
And if you think this is a
bad thing, it’s only going
to get worse
So what can
we do about this?
Joint Information System
JICs are too small
Option 1: Regional JIS
Option 2: Volunteers
Shadow Lake, Oregon
"One of those trucks went across the bridge!" she told me.
"Wow. Even the school bus doesn't cross that bridge. It's not d...
Virtual JIS:
Using online tools to
coordinate between teams
Incident Websites
DDOS:
Distributed Denial of Service
Calgary, Edmonton
Approval Process
Incident Command
Public Information Officer
Info Production
Operations Section
Planning Section
Incident Commander
approves FACTS
JIS develops messages
Thank you
about.me/jgarrow
When Time Means Lives: innovative ways to shorten emergency communication time
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  1. 1. When Time Means Lives: innovative ways to shorten emergency communication time
  2. 2. • Background • Joint Information System – Surge considerations – Virtual • Incident websites • Approval process Topics
  3. 3. Background
  4. 4. Communication is faster than EVER before
  5. 5. 6:28am, March 17, 2014
  6. 6. Broadcasting is more ubiquitous than EVER before
  7. 7. Delta Flight 1549, image posted toTwitter by Janis Krums one minute before first FDNY boat in the water
  8. 8. And if you think this is a bad thing, it’s only going to get worse
  9. 9. So what can we do about this?
  10. 10. Joint Information System
  11. 11. JICs are too small
  12. 12. Option 1: Regional JIS Option 2: Volunteers
  13. 13. Shadow Lake, Oregon
  14. 14. "One of those trucks went across the bridge!" she told me. "Wow. Even the school bus doesn't cross that bridge. It's not designed for large trucks. When we saw them going up that road, we wanted to run out and wave our hands, yelling wrong way, wrong way!“ -hinessight.blogs.com
  15. 15. Virtual JIS: Using online tools to coordinate between teams
  16. 16. Incident Websites
  17. 17. DDOS: Distributed Denial of Service
  18. 18. Calgary, Edmonton
  19. 19. Approval Process
  20. 20. Incident Command Public Information Officer Info Production Operations Section Planning Section
  21. 21. Incident Commander approves FACTS JIS develops messages
  22. 22. Thank you about.me/jgarrow
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