Interested in how government agencies are using Google Earth and Google Maps? Watch this recorded webinar!
In the past decade, there have been over 76,000 wild land fires in the US, burning an average of 6.5 million acres of land each year. In this webinar, you will learn how government agencies improve information sharing and access to timely geospatial data using Google Earth and Maps.
Join this upcoming conversation with Google and NT Concepts to learn more about:
- Sharing data securely among multiple government agencies involved in wild land fire response
- Combining dynamic data from multiple data sources into a comprehensive decision-support tool
- Empowering employees with an easy-to-use tool to visualize wild land fire data
This webinar will feature a case study of the National Interagency Fire Center's use of Google Geospatial Solutions to promote sharing of data among different agencies, to equip decision makers with timely and relevant geospatial information that helps them to improve their decision making.
Join Mike Evanoff from Google and Rod Erickson from NT Concepts, a specialist in geospatial solutions, for this inside look.
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