Technology positively impacts emergency management personnel and citizens who are affected by disaster. As a vital component of emergency management, technical tools are used for connecting, communicating, and commanding and have progressed and provide enhanced lifesaving information, real-time hazard data, timely messages, and analytical tools for the future. Read “From Katrina To Harvey: How Disaster Relief Is Evolving With Technology (https://www.fastcompany.com/40459641/from-katrina-to-harvey-how-disaster-relief-is-evolving-with-technology).
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