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With so many different hazards facing business infrastructure it's clearly a challenge to plan for everything.  One aspect of this type of planning that is often overlooked is the Geospatial aspect.  This is the fancy way of saying - "Are you including MAPS with your contingency plans?"

 

It doesn't take long to figure out that Maps are going to need to be a part of your plans, but do you have the time, money and/or patience to attend extensive GIS training and invest in the software to do so?

 

That's where Freedom Web comes in.  It's a versatile and easy to use mapping tool that we have built for governmental officials and first responders.  At this point we are looking at spinning off a commercial version of this, however in the mean time we will grant provisional access to commercial entities that: have a designated emergency response person, have a member of their local LEPC Committee or a person that would be sponsored by their local county or city emergency manager.

 

I can discuss and share further with anyone who might be interested.

 

Thanks!!

 

Dustin Gray

 

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