Emergency operations centers (EOCs) are involved in command and control, policymaking, coordination, and overall direction of responding forces in an emergency situation. While commercial airports typically have a space they refer to as the EOC, some EOCs are repurposed conference rooms that may not be adequate for handling all emergency operations. This webinar provided information to guide airports through the decision-making process involved when considering changes to their EOC. These changes may include upgrading an existing EOC, evaluating a move to an alternative existing space, or building an entirely new EOC.
Southern Fire Exchange
A Southern Fire Exchange webinar with University of Nebraska-Lincoln Assistant Professor Carrick Detweiler. The use of helicopter-based ignition has helped to increase the number of prescribed fire acres but the expense and complexity of air operations makes aerial ignitions inaccessible to many land managers.
Electro Magnetic Applications
Computation Electromagnetic (CEM) simulations play an ever increasing role in the analysis and support for aircraft certification projects. CEM can be used to evaluate electromagnetic environmental effects as well as EMC/EMI system problems for design and certification support. This analysis can be used early in projects to investigate aircraft designs and assess the need for protections schemes but also to provide valuable results to aid in certification support.
Many on-site seminars are presented by aviation regional sales managers from Garmin, in conjunction with one or more of our 600+ aviation dealers worldwide. All dealers are authorized Garmin sales and service centers capable of selling, installing and servicing our aviation products.