Virtual Seminar - Case Study on Statewide GIS Data for Public Safety

Lessons Learned from Virginia's Public-Private Partnership for Enhanced Statewide Road Network and its Use in Mapping for Public Safety

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January 12, 2012 from 3:00PM - 4:00PM EDT

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Panel of Speakers

Dan Widner, Coordinator, Virginia Geographic  Information Network

Peter O'Rourke, Executive Director, NAPSG

Keith Hangland, NAVTEQ

Sandi Cone, Technical Advisor, NAPSG

Brian Crumpler, GIS Manager, Virginia Department of Emergency Management Preparedness Division

System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows 7, Vista, XP, or 2003 Server

Macintosh-based attendees
Required: Mac OS X 10.4.11 (Tiger) or newer


Contact - Tiffany Pierson
National Alliance for Public Safety GIS Foundation Tel. 202.895.1711 

Join us for a Virtual Seminar on January 12

Title: Case Study on a Public-Private Parnership for Statewide GIS Data for Public Safety
Date: Thursday, January 12
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT (12:00am-1:00am Pacific Time)
Cost: Free 

Space is Limited  - Be sure to Register to participate

Join us for a virtual seminar to learn about the case study conducted on Virtginia's public-private partnership for enhanced statewide road network and how it can be used to support public safety.

The National Alliance for Public Safety GIS Foundation and NAVTEQ are co-hosting this webcast seminar to provide you with an opportunity to learn about the public-private partnership between the Commonwealth of Virginia and NAVTEQ to support the development of an enhanced statewide routable to road network and centerline.  Participate in this virtual seminar to learn about

  • Routable road network datasets and how they serve as key GIS resources for public safety agencies
  • Public-private partnerships on routable road data can meet the needs of local public safety agencies that use off-the-shelf navigation systems
  • Lessons learned and best practices in public-private partnerships for statewide GIS data used to support the public safety mission

Who Should Attend?

  • State & Local Public Safety - Emergency Managers, Fire Service, EMS, Law Enforcement, Fusion Centers
  • Search & Rescue Coordinators
  • State GIS Coordinators
  • State Transportation Agencies
  • GIS Analysts, Specialists, Managers
  • IT Support to State & Local Agencies
  • And all other Public Safety & GIS Personnel