2010 First Responder Technology Workshop

First responders rely on myriad technologies while working to keep citizens safe. The technologies in question range from the true and tested light bars and voice radios, to more recently developed data radios, mobile computers, and servers-side and client-side software applications.

The 2010 First Responder Technology Workshop at the University of New Hampshire will explore recent advances in developing and deploying technologies for first responders, concentrating on the work performed at UNH’s Project54 laboratory. The workshop will also provide a forum for first responders to provide feedback to the research and development community by evaluating the current state of technologies for first responders and by helping to chart research and development directions for these technologies.

The workshop will be held on July 28th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at our facility located at Morse Hall on the Durham campus of UNH. The event will begin with a variety of demonstrations by safety personnel, followed by lunch with a guest speaker, brief roundtable and finishing with Project54 research and development demonstrations. 

The demonstrations will take place outside of Morse Hall and will be from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and are open to the public.

UPDATE: Parking for workshop participants will be in F-Lot located adjacent to Zais Hall (ROTC).

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