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CITIG 13 

“We need to talk...”
Posted by citigadmin Friday, July 5, 2019 12:14:00 PM

 

**Please note: sessions will only be offered in English**

It’s about public safety and ensuring timely, coordinated and effective emergency responses. We need to get the right information to the right people at the right time.   So, what is standing in our way, and how can we fix it?

Join us for Canada’s premiere public safety interoperability event from December 1 to 3, 2019 in Toronto. The 13th Canadian Public Safety Interoperability Workshop (CITIG 13) promises to be an interactive, problem-identifying, and problem-solving workshop.

We honour the origins of CITIG and its evolution over the years, and we are taking into account the survey results from CITIG 12, where Governance issues rated highly. While technology continues to play a crucial role within interoperability, this year our focus will expand into the other lanes of the interoperability continuum.  Human factors, organizational culture, process, resiliency and more will be on the agenda.

Only at CITIG 13 will you:

  • Hear keynote addresses and case studies in interoperability challenges & successes
  • Unpack governance issues on several fronts
  • Discuss PSBN, NG 9-1-1, public alerting trends, etc.
  • Bring your own interoperability challenges to the table & take away solutions
  • See an exhibit hall packed with leading suppliers showcasing the latest products and services in the interoperability marketplace that will help you do your job more efficiently and save your agency time and money
  • Network and connect with colleagues from around Canada and beyond
  • Get access to exclusive events like our networking receptions
  • And so much more!

CITIG 13’s target audience includes interoperability leaders and practitioners from:

  • First responders (police, fire, paramedics)
  • Emergency managers – public and private sectors
  • Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) administrators and decision makers
  • Other public safety providers (federal, provincial, territorial, municipal, special constables, private security)
  • Military and Coast Guard
  • Government and critical infrastructure partners
  • NGOs and volunteer sectors
  • Academic and research institutions
  • Industry professionals

 

 


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