Information Exchange Exchange
A live unique GIS-based data service that provides you visual access to new forms of information and data not shared outside this trusted framework.
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A unique secure data service that massively broadens your situational awareness at the state/local level during emergencies.

The Information Exchange Service is designed to help industry and government organizations synchronize their situational awareness and response efforts during emergencies.

During disasters, 80% of the information shared today is unstrucutred data (e.g. texts, pics, chats, emails, PDF/Excel/Word files, etc.). Its private. Sometimes senstive. Many times not available in GIS format.

The Service merges both GIS and non-GIS information into a single, secure data feed for you to use within your organization to better understand what is going on, what's government doing, what othe sectors are doing, and how it might impact your disaster managemetn efforts.

During disasters, 90% of the information shared today is unstrucutred data (e.g. texts, pics, chats, emails, PDF/Excel/Word files, etc.)

The Service will help you solve operational problems faster during disasters by allowing you to:
  • Gain access to never shared unstructured information and data via an ESRI based GIS platform
  • ​Synchronize your information with state/local government and industry emergency managers in the impacts areas
  • ​Broaden your situational awareness during disasters
  • ​Protect user identities and data from frivolous FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests
  • ​Synchronize their cross-sector situational awareness
  • ​Have more confidence in their data-driven decision-making efforts.
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Intended For....

The Service meets the needs of a wide variety of user applications across multiple disciplines in industry and government:
  • Emergency Operations Centers: use the Service to synchronize their situational awareness on disaster related data and coordination operational decision making to enhance safety and avoid delays.
  • Operational planners: use the Service to validate their current information, planning, and data assumptions to obtain a broader perspective and situational awareness on cross sector related issues.
  • ​Decision makers: use the Service to help better understand a current situation, monitor changes as they occur, and make more informed and faster decisions with better data.
  • Data Researchers & Analysts: leverage the Service to help inform present and future data research and analytics; participate in rapid prototype development; gain important feedback/data from state and industry operations professional on current research efforts.
  • ​Logistics professionals: use the Service to gain a broader situational awareness on multiple issues (Federal/State trucking regulations/traffic conditions/road closures/and areas of concern) to increase their confidence in the data that they are using to coordinate efforts.
  • ​State and local government: emergency managers and security officials use the Service to better understand private sector actions during a response; the support they require; and, to better integrate the private sector in the overall response and resilience efforts by sharing relative data and operational status.
  • ​Federal government agencies: use the Service and its real time data to better understand key interdependencies; validate assumptions and research; improve coordination with industry and multiple states during a response; and promote and build resilience to protect against and mitigate potential threats.
  • ​Corporations and service providers:  use the Service and relevant data to address and improve operational readiness and resiliency in consideration of supporting infrastructure critical to their operations and often linked to governmental services.
  • ​GIS professionals involved in disaster response:  use the Service to support their diverse information needs of their operations centers and decision makers during storms and disasters who need geospatial perspectives to broaden their situational awareness and to gain the ability to layer trusted external and internal data layers to create visual solutions to support their decision making.
  • ​Research & Development Organizations and Labs: use the Service to enhance their data research, validate assumptions, and conduct rapid prototyping data solutions that can be tested and enhanced with state and industry users with the SISE.

2021 National ResilienceEXCH Virtual Summit Session:
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2021 National ResilienceEXCH Virtual Summit Session
Using GIS for Situational Awareness - Training Session
The All Hazards Consortium (AHC) invites you to participate in the 2021 National ResilienceEXCH (Exchange) Virtual Summit on January 26-28, 2021.

Over the course of three half-days, several hundred participants will learn, network, and collaborate with private sector critical infrastructure partners, state emergency managers, DHS/CISA, DHS/FEMA, trade associations, academia, industry, and research groups.

STRATEGIES - Day 1 will focus on resilience issues in industry and government and strategies to address them.

INITIATIVES - Day 2 will focus on resilience initiatives and projects

TRAINING - Day 3 will focus on training and education for resilience-related solutions, innovations, and research.
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Our virtual price is lower than our In-person price, plus…
● You don’t have to commute!
● No parking fees
● Don’t have to dress up (or even shower!)
● No waiting in line to check in

Tuition includes:
● Access to all sessions and breakout groups
● Access to sponsored chat session
● Access to all available training materials

Fees:
Private Sector: $245 ( regular $295 )
Government Employees: Complimentary
*** Early Bird Pricing Ends: December 15, 2020 ***
Government Employees: Complimentary
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