Veoci will be at the 6th consecutive NHCPC (National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference) in San Diego, November 28-30th The Veoci team will attend 2017 NHCPC to discuss emergency management and preparedness with all the HHCs (healthcare coalitions) there with us! We’re really looking forward hearing stories and sharing knowledge with over 1,100 dedicated members of
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
“Not only does the Veoci team have the technical expertise, but they are experts in response protocol. So as you’re working with them to configure the system to your own specific needs- they are also able to understand what you’re going through and what response protocol is required. It’s a great team, so shout out
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 we published a post about Atlanta’s response to the 2-inch snowstorm that hit the area on January 28, 2014. Here we are two weeks later, staring in the face of a much bigger storm that the National Weather Service is predicting will be of “historic proportions“. Governor Nathan Deal of Georgia has quite a bit
The real root causes? Atlanta, GA recently endured a rare snowstorm (Jan. 28, 2014) that left thousands of commuters, school children, and others stranded throughout the city, trapped behind a surge of traffic, accidents, and deserted vehicles. Headlines ranged from dire warnings of the area’s complete paralysis to jokes about Southerners being unable to handle