Emergencity, Inc.The Emergencity platform facilitates hyperlocal sustained emergency communications with the intent of building resilient communities and saving lives.
Emergencity provides local communities with a proven and sophisticated web communications infrastructure, empowering citizens with access and interactivity for events, businesses, jobs, blogs, video and more.
By establishing a scalable, reliable community hub, Emergencity enables next-generation emergency and crisis management through effective aggregation and distribution of critical information, or actionable intelligence, from all corners of the community.
Emergencity's products are designed to benefit the social fabric of a community, including volunteerism, commerce, culture, and philanthropy.
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NationalIncidents.com is a primary source of actionable information for incidents nationwide, including natural disasters such as hurricanes, forest fires, floods and pandemics plus response to other asymmetric incidents including terrorism and civil unrest.
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We have integrated Flickr photos and Twitter microblogging into our data stream. The big picture for an incident comes into sharper focus as one combines mainstream media, official news and social media into one interface. We continue to move towards providing actionable information, so it can be used to make smart decisions during a crisis.
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NationalIncidents.com is actively covering four major incidents around the world. You can sign up for mobile notifications and cell-formatted content on each of our Incident home pages. We are Twittering mainstream news, agency reports and social media for the Gaza Conflict and the Inauguration Security Watch. And please vote for our project on IdeaBlob - its a quick, free signup and thumbs-up.
We have soft-launched NationalIncidents.com, a global incident information center. Check it out.
California's AB 38, signed by the Governor in September, established the California Emergency Management Agency as a Cabinet-level entity responsible for emergency management and homeland security operations. A deadline to name the secretary of the combined agencies is the first of the year.
"The merger demonstrates the Governor's ongoing commitment to an all-hazards preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation approach," Henry Renteria, director of the Governor's Office of Emergency Services said in a statement.