#flatteningthecurve The Largest Online Event in Public Safety 2020

April 26, 2020

On April 23rd, Carbyne hosted the largest online event in public safety. Top industry leaders have gathered to participate in this half day event in which they discussed the impact COVID-19 has on public safety and to share their views on how the industry would look like post COVID-19.


To view the full event, click the following link :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2u37W98dek&t=43s

Below are the sessions by order:

Session 1:

Emerging Operational Needs During COVID-19

Amir Elichai, CEO and Founder , Carbyne


Session 2:

911 Insight- Lessons Learned During COVID19 and Future of 911

Tyrell T. Morris, MBA, CPE Executive Director, Orleans Parish Communication district Katye Vogt, CMCP Director, Fayette county 911 communications

Steve Souder


Session 3:

PTSD  in  911  Operations  and  the  Role  of  Video  to  Reduce Stress

Dr. Michelle Lilly, Associate Professor of Psychology NIU


Session 4:

COVID-19  and  the  Future  Challenges  of  Data Sharing  in  the  Local, State  and  Federal  Level

Michael Chertoff, Former Secretary of Homeland Security Edward F. Davis, Former police commissioner of the Boston PD

Kevin Brock, Former FBI Assistant Director


Session 5:

Industry   View   of  911  Operations  During  COVID-19

Monica Million, President National Emergency Number Association

Brian Fontes, CEO at National Emergency Number Association

George Rice, Managing Director at SkyHawk Global Associates

Darrin Reilly, Chief Operating Officer at Mission Critical Partners


Session 6:

Funding Sources Available During COVID-19 Crisis

Chad LaBree, Global Director of Customer Success, Carbyne

Sabrina Reider, Sales Enablement Manager, Carbyne


Session 7 :

The Importance of Interactive Communications

Anthony Lazaro, Senior Director of Product Management

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