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Bigger, better, faster, more!

It’s been sort of quiet on this blog for the last few months. However that doesn’t mean that nothing has been happening. To the contrary, there are lots of things going on behind the scenes! We do not want to

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Moore, Oklahoma wireless signal survey report

Moore, Oklahoma Wireless Signal Assessment Version 1 May 25th 2013-05-25 Evert Bopp Disaster Tech Lab www.disastertechlab.org Following our experiences during our deployment after Superstorm Sandy we learned that a wireless signal assessment done early in a deployment is of considerable

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A picture says more than a thousand words……..#Sandy

I haven’t got the time to put a status update here so instead here are a few pictures from the locations where we are working.           Related articles Sandy’s shocking aftermath Photo Shows Sandy Volunteers Feeding

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Hurricane #Sandy response sitrep.

Mark Rubino, John Garrison, Monsignor Brown & local volunteer. It’s been 12 days since Superstorm (thank the media for that term) Sandy hit the US East Coast and Disaster Tech Lab has been flat out busy assisting in the disaster

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Carnegie-Mellon University working on disaster communications.

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Interesting & relevant presentations from 2012 Homeland Security Summit

The following presentations from the 2012 Homeland Security Summit are worth viewing: Enhancing Information Sharing through Geospatial and Data Services EQUIS Mobile: Access Satellite Imagery in a Crisis Esri Disaster Response Program Fusion Centers and the Future of Information Sharing in

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