TATE Global Showcases Full Suite Of Travel Safety And Disaster Response Solutions During Global Disaster Relief Summit
TATE Global | September 9, 2015
– TATE Global to Lead Discussion on How Mapping Social Media Networks can Create Early Warning Systems for Disaster Situations –
ALEXANDRIA, VA – September 9, 2015 – TATE Global, a leading provider of travel risk mitigation services, will serve as a strategic partner at the Global Disaster Relief Summit on September 10-11. During the conference, the company will showcase a comprehensive suite of travel safety and disaster response services – from localized intelligence solutions to secure communications. In addition to its sponsorship, Tom Flint, TATE Global’s expert in data analytics and the use of geospatial technology, will lead a roundtable discussion about the important role of social media networks during disaster response. The summit will take place at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C.
TATE Global representatives will be located in the exhibition area at booth #12. Here, the company will showcase its wide-range of products and services designed to help humanitarian experts, government agencies and service providers to quickly access vital information and safely respond to disaster situations. It’s suite of services include:
- ProtecTour – mobile app that provides real-time, localized safety information
- TATE Global Access – in-depth intelligence reports to assist decision makers with planning and managing international operations
- Courage Services – locally-sourced data visualization tool, allowing users to reach overarching conclusions based on the situation on the ground
- Mobile Moat – secure communications via end-to-end encryption support for smartphones
- Expeditionary Pods – easy to construct portable buildings with electricity
Additionally, TATE Global’s Tom Flint will lead a roundtable discussion titled “Effective use of early warning systems & mapping of social media networks.” This session will encourage attendees to discuss the role of technology during disaster response. The discussion will take place on the second day of the summit at 12:45 p.m.
“When a disaster strikes, intelligence is crucial and disaster response professionals need fast and accurate information to help them act quickly and safely. That’s where TATE Global comes in – we offer a full-suite of solutions to help ensure responders are armed with localized information and that they have the tools needed to do a job in a potentially devastated environment,” commented Susan Young, Chief Operating Officer of TATE Global. “We are looking forward to showcasing our services and connecting with this important group during the summit.”
The Global Disaster Relief Summit is presented by the Aid & International Development Forum. For more information, please visit the summit website.
TATE Global (www.protectour.com)
TATE Global is a leading travel risk mitigation consultancy that works with universities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and multi-national corporations to assist overseas travelers to make them more self-sufficient and risk aware. TATE Global takes a confidence-building approach to instruction to prepare groups and individuals to deal proactively with high-risk environments and situations. The company’s ProtecTour mobile application provides 24-hour monitoring, safety alerts based on local threats, the ability to communicate directly with TATE Global, and information on key locations. Additionally, TATE Global Access provides in-depth research and analysis of locations throughout the world, providing corporations with actionable information and situational awareness to help them make strategic operational decisions. TATE Global is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia.