The first 72 hours after a natural or manmade disaster are critical hours that make or break the speed of recovery. Power is gone. Commercial communications services are denied if available at all. Worse, a non-predictive inter-agency mash-up is inevitable; with it comes an interoperability nightmare. Your ability to positively impact recovery and life safety is borne of an ability to communicate and coordinate in denied, disparate, and dysfunctional operating environments.
- The first 72 hours will wreak havoc on your Response Plan: Read about the three complexities introduced by disasters.
- Anticipate total blackout: Plan to generate and store necessary power for the most basic of communications.
- Anticipate denied commercial communications: Learn about mobile ad-hoc networks and portable satellite communications.
- Anticipate voice and data interoperability issues: Learn about user-friendly radio and voice-bridging technologies.
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