Radio IP Software Collaboration with Disasters Expo USA taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center on September 27th & 28th
Radio IP Software, a provider of top-of-the-line cybersecurity solutions and services for over 25 years, announced a collaboration with Disasters Expo USA, the leading event mitigating consequences of the world’s most costly disasters.
According to the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction (GAR), they pointed out the number of disaster events, drought events and extreme temperature events have projected to increase based on current trends. The assessment of disaster losses for 2022 has exceeded $120 billion that doesn’t include economic loss. In the National Hurricane Center Tropical Cyclone Report, Hurricane Ian, has marked the third-costliest disaster in United State history, costs the USA $100 billion, caused 130 deaths and 40,000 displaced people.
With the increase in disaster risks, taking action in building resilience now is more important than ever, Disasters Expo USA provides the central platform for experts to exchange information, showcase innovative solutions, and collaborate strategies to further preparedness, respond and recover for future disasters. Disasters Expo USA is taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center on September 27th & 28th and we wanted to invite you to see Radio IP Software, where we are showcasing our cutting-edge Public Safety grade VPN solutions, Armada and Mult IP, as well as our real-time mapping and monitoring solution, Synopsis.
Delegates will be able to discover a range of expert speakers within the industry who will be providing in-depth knowledge that will help reshape and protect the disaster and emergency management industry, the current climate crisis and offer ways to manage the risks for the future disasters.
A ticket to the Disasters Expo USA will also give you access to the Future Water World Congress, the leading event addressing the global water crisis. Visit Disasters Expo USA and use our exclusive promo code 50FREERADIOIP and REGISTER for FREE and avoid general admission of $119.