Building Disaster Resiliency through an Integrated Critical Infrastructure Alerting Program

Vancouver, B.C., – May 14, 2010 – EmerGeo Solutions Worldwide Inc. (TSX-V: EMG), a global leader in the development of emergency management software, is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar “Building Disaster Resiliency through an Integrated Critical Infrastructure Alerting Program - City of Vancouver’s Experiences during the 2010 Olympic Games”, presented by Daniel Stevens, Manager of Emergency Planning, City of Vancouver.

One of the greatest challenges for every emergency manager is mitigating risk for those critical infrastructure and facilities we rely on every day. Many of these facilities are un-manned so when an incident or hazard nearby threatens these assets, often the critical infrastructure owner and emergency management personnel are notified after a disruption occurs – when an early warning could have given them time to mitigate any adverse consequences.

This webinar will focus on these challenges and how the City of Vancouver created an integrated real-time Common Operating Picture technology that automates the process of delivering timely notifications of threats. Mr. Stevens will share some of the challenges and lessons learned in this GeoConnections funded project.

For more information or to register, please contact Steve MacGillivray at Email Contact or call Toll Free: 1 (888) 577-0911 or you can fill out the form below.


About EmerGeo
EmerGeo develops emergency management software solutions and provides consulting services and support to government and industry around the world. EmerGeo’s Fusionpoint™ and emergency mapping applications are used to log, track and communicate critical information required by emergency and security personnel. By leveraging open web standards, EmerGeo’s software brings together data from dispatch, crisis management, mapping, camera and other third-party systems, providing a common operating picture. EmerGeo’s technology and people have been at the forefront of some of the world’s largest disasters and are proven effective in helping government and industry to mitigate against, prepare for, respond to and recover from potential or actual incidents, natural disasters, acts of terrorism, or pre-planned events.

On behalf of the Board of Directors
EMERGEO SOLUTIONS WORLDWIDE INC.
“Michael Morrow”
Michael Morrow, President & CEO
For more information contact the Company at:
Telephone: (001) 604-681-0989
Facsimile: (001) 604-681-0079
Email: Email Contact
Website: http://www.emergeo.com



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