Lessons I learned from Hurricane Sandy

We (the disaster tech community) do a pretty poor job of sharing our hard-learned lessons with our peers. Here’s my small attempt to start to be better about this…

I was deployed to Hurricane Sandy in late 2012, and coming from that I wrote two short articles that I posted on various blogs about some best practices for early technology responders in disasters.  The team at  FEMA Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS.gov) picked up both of those articles and entered them into the system.  Here’re both articles up on SlideShare to make them available to a broader audience.

Hurricane Sandy and Disaster Networks: Key Observations, Good Practices, and Challenges
Hurricane Sandy / Waldo Canyon Fire – Considerations for WiFi Networks


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