The Veoci team had a great time at this year’s IAEM Annual Conference & EMEX in Long Beach, CA! Although the IAEM conference may have wrapped up, our minds are still abuzz with all things emergency management. We the opportunity to talk face-to-face with real people who use our virtual EOC software and those who
UVA Health System’s medical center was a mile away from where the violence broke out during the Charlottesville protests in August of this year. We had a chance to speak with Emergency Management Coordinator Robert Truoccolo, CEM, about how the hospital utilized Veoci in their emergency response. When reflecting on August 12, UVA Health System knew
Veoci is a proud sponsor of this year’s University & Colleges Caucus (UCC) Symposium at the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) Conference.
Veoci is on the road again! Our destination? Long Beach, California for the 65th annual International Association of Emergency Managers Conference & EMEX. Veoci is proud to be a part of IAEM’s showcase of “the latest technological advances in homeland security and disaster preparedness.” This will be our fifth year exhibiting at IAEM. We’re excited
University of North Dakota Department of Public Safety & Office of Emergency Management Background The University of North Dakota (UND), in Grand Forks, ND, and founded in 1883, is the state’s oldest and largest university, with more than 15,000 students. It is also one of the top 100 doctoral research universities in the United States, attracting scholars
A lot has been going on here, the latest being Veoci’s participation in Connecticut’s statewide emergency preparedness drill: 44 CT cities and towns are using Veoci. We’ll have more details to share soon, have a look at the latest news items in the meantime: From NPR / WSHU: New Haven tech company gaining attention for
Last week Yale University and the City of New Haven completed a joint four-day Disaster Response training exercise for a “Active Shooter Mass Casualty Incident Drill” in conjunction with FEMA. The exercise was run by the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) as part of Course L930 of the Community-specific Integrated Emergency Management Curriculum (IEMC). FEMA runs about