VuTeur and Vistacom to Host Breakfast Panel Roundtable During ASIS 2017
Article posted on Sep 1, 2017
Dallas and Austin, Texas, Sep. 1, 2017-VuTeur, an innovator in emergency management and business intelligence platforms, along with control room solutions provider Vistacom, will host a breakfast panel roundtable discussion, “Using Critical Data to Enhance Situational Awareness” during ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits in Dallas, at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26.
The event will feature insight from Kyle Berger, Chief Technology Officer for Grapevine-Coley Independent School District, and Chris Mashburn, CEO of Capitol Security Solutions and Vice President of Law Enforcement and Government Affairs for VuTeur. They will join moderator Rob Hile, General Manager, Securadyne Systems, for a discussion on best practices for emergency and incident management, using critical data to establish overall situational awareness, and how schools and other organizations are utilizing technology to boost response.
When: 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26
Where: The Westin Dallas Downtown, 1201 Main St., Dallas, Texas Overview: Managing an incident has changed over the years; we've come a long way from handheld radios that relay information back and forth to incorporating numerous data points that enhance situational awareness for all stakeholders. During an emergency, real-time information is crucial to bringing the needs of those affected in line with the ability of first responders to gain a full picture of events that are unfolding. With more information, first responders and organizational leaders can make better decisions with a more effective response, using camera feeds, maps providing real-time situational awareness and communication mechanisms from those being directly affected by an incident. During this event, panelists will discuss how today's incident management and response is growing and changing to include numerous stakeholders at every given point, and best practices for handling critical information and how that data is gathered to help create a full picture of unfolding events.