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TIBCO 1/19 Webinar
Strengthening National Resilience to Disasters
Featured Speaker:  Deepinder Upal, Chief Technology Architect, TIBCO
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
1:00pm ET; 10:00am PT
60 minutes
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 CPE Eligible
Climate change is a key factor in increasing the risk and extent of wildfires in the Western United States. To better understand the impact of these changes on average temperatures, you need to think of them as a bell curve. A slight shift in the center means that more of the curve touches the extremes, so heatwaves become more frequent and extreme.

TIBCO’s data-driven approach to understanding wildfire patterns through prediction and emergency management responses provides a general awareness of climate change while organizing analytics across multiple threat vectors, including thermal (fires), natural disasters, weather emergencies, and public sentiment.

  • Demonstrate how Firestorm can leverage data to provide a persona-based analysis in the form of enhanced analytics, AI-driven predictive and prescriptive alerts, and scheduled reporting
  • Explain how Firestorm will equip local authorities and response teams with enhanced reporting that can aid in mitigating and responding to emergent scenarios

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We are pleased to offer 1 continuing professional education (CPE) credit to those that attend the event. For more information on the CPE credits we are offering, our CPE sponsor (NASBA), and submission process, please click here.
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