NENA 2021 Conference & Expo
July 24th, 2021 - July 29th, 2021
Participation from R2 Community
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Conference, Expo, In Person
City Government, Federal Government, State & Local Government, State Government
Emergency Management, First Responders, Public Safety, Technology
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At NENA 2021, you will not only hear about the public safety issues of today and tomorrow, but also gain practical, real-world know-how that you can take home with you and put into action immediately. Featuring inspiring keynote speakers, more than ninety hours of breakout sessions that inform and empower, career-building courses and workshops with real-world applications, nightly networking events that help you make the right connections, and an Expo Hall showcasing cutting-edge products and services, NENA 2021 is the must-attend event of the year. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of it!
Featured R2 Session: Building Resilience: Disaster Response in 2021 and Beyond; Wednesday Jul 28th, 8:45 – 9:45 am ET
Bryce Stirton, President, Responder Corp
Michael Martin, CEO, RapidSOS
Karin Marquez, Sr. Director of Public Safety, RapidSOS
Key Take-aways and resources:
This session will share how a national, self-sustaining response and resiliency network can support innovators in the public safety space. Public safety leaders, fire chiefs, emergency technology experts, and top entrepreneurs will share their experience and challenges developing next generation technologies that empower first responders with the tools and technologies they need to stay safe and protect our communities, especially during unprecedented times.
Attendees will learn about the need for a stronger response and resiliency network, how they can connect with other like minded innovators across the public safety space to solve existing challenges, and what they can do to prepare for large scale events in 2021 and beyond.
Resources exist today to educate entrepreneurs and public safety departments on the unique challenges and opportunities of the public safety markets.
Innovators and public safety departments often operate in silos – it is crucial for them to work together to source, vet and deploy new technologies that help overcome the nation’s resiliency challenges.
A nationwide network that enables knowledge sharing is crucial to ensuring the success of developing and operationalizing new technologies in the public safety space.
9-1-1 authority personnel; PSAP managers and supervisors; telecommunicators
and dispatchers; 9-1-1 service providers; GIS and addressing professionals;
telecommunications and network specialists; law enforcement, fire, and EMS
personnel with 9-1-1 oversight responsibilities; public safety applications developers;
managed services and cloud hosting providers; homeland security regulatory agency
staff; state, regional, and local government officials; p