Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 8, 2006
The Carbon Project is pleased to announce that they will sponsor the world’s first Location-Based Social Networking (LoSoNet™) for Crisis Management Conference. The conference will be held at the prestigious Sheraton National in Arlington, Virginia, on Tuesday October 3, 2006.
The LoSoNet conference will provide a forum to connect the world of social networking with location-based information. The conference will focus on innovative methods and best practices to achieve situational awareness for defense and homeland security programs that are in compliance with an all-hazards approach to meeting the nation’s goals for preparedness. The workshops and presentations will highlight how federal, state, tribal and local stakeholders can accomplish the following:
- Share and search information about scalable locations of interest
- Connect to and collaborate with groups of stakeholders with similar information needs
- Break down barriers to information sharing
- Build resilient communities
- Achieve and improve situational awareness in the mission critical areas of prevention, protection, response, recovery and preparedness
The conference welcomes both public and private organizations and enterprises across all the DHS Critical Infrastructure sectors to meet, discuss and learn about one of today’s most innovative technology areas in this exciting new forum.
Organizers of the LoSoNet Conference include the Homeland Defense Journal, The Carbon Project, and Telemus Solutions, Inc. Additional information about the conference including registration, speaking, and sponsorship opportunities can be found at http://www.losonet.org.
For information on joining the conference organizing committee, please contact.
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