WMO | Public Weather Services (PWS)
Public Weather Services (PWS) world map
Programmes > AMP > PWS Home > Planned Events > CAP 2013 > Presentations

 

COMMON ALERTING PROTOCOL (CAP)
IMPLEMENTATION WORKSHOP

WMO HEADQUARTERS, GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, 23-24 APRIL 2013

AND

CAP JUMP-START WORKSHOP

WMO HEADQUARTERS, GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, 25 APRIL 2013


(Updated as of: 06 December 2012)

New: Proposed Presentations

Topic:
Evangelizing CAP:
Making the Business Case Without the Technical Details
Speaker:
Pete O'Dell, Founder/Director of Swan Island Networks, former President or Chief Operating Officer of several technology companies.  Pete also held technical positions at Microsoft and Digital Equipment, and he authored books on computer networking and on interoperability.
Topic:
CAP at the NATO Summit and Plans for the World Cup
Speaker:
Brian McNary, Director of global risk at Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations, a subsidiary of Sweden’s Securitas AB.
Topic:
Learnings and Challenges in the Implementation of CAP:
A Sudan Perspective
Speaker:
Sharafeldein Hassan Idris, Director of International and Public Relations, Sudan Meteorological Authority.
Topic:
CAP in Disaster Reduction:
A Real-Life Case
Speaker:
Efraim Petel is president of Alerting Solutions, Inc. and a former vice-president of a leading siren manufacturer.  Trained as an Electrical Engineer, he is now a recognized leader in CAP-enabled system implementation.  Efraim was involved in national warning systems in Israel, Singapore, China (Taiwan), as well as various state and local systems in the United States of America and several systems across the Caribbean.

Topic:

Implementing Multiple CAP Systems in the Caribbean

Speaker:

Elysa Jones has chaired the OASIS Emergency Management Technical Committee since 2004 and now also works for MyStateUSA, a CAP-enabled systems implementor. Elysa was formerly Chief Technology Officer of Warning Systems Inc., where she directed development and deployment of devices capable of being activated by CAP messages.


 

 

 
top
Top

line

© World Meteorological Organization, 7bis, avenue de la Paix, Case postale No. 2300, CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland - Tel.: +41(0)22 730 81 11 - Fax: +41(0)22 730 81 81 Contact us Copyright | Privacy | Scams | Disclaimer |  Guidelines | Procurement | UN System | Accessibility