August & September Newsletter


October 2-5, 2012
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2 Oct: Major Newell 
3 Oct: Scott Sklar 
4 Oct: Carmen Mauk

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The TIDES demo is a few days away, so don't forget to REGISTER (see below for details)! This issue also includes details about our appearance on Emerald Planet (30 Sept) and highlights from Camp Roberts.
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Join us at the 6th Annual TIDES demo!

The TIDES demo is less than a week away! The demo will take place 2-5 Oct at Fort McNair in Washington, DC. This year's event will be significantly different from previous demo's you might have seen! This year we added a lunchtime speaker series, informal workshops and an exhibitor showcase. Click here to view the complete schedule of events.   


The event is free and open to the public. Click here to register or visit http://tidesdemo12.eventbrite.com  


For more information email: star.tides.net@gmail.com 

Check out TIDES on Emerald Planet 

Emerald Planet logo On Sunday, September 30th the TIDES team will appear on The Emerald Planet television program to discuss some of our projects and the upcoming demonstration. Check us out on Channel 10 TV (Fairfax County, VA) or click here for more details. The show is from 6:30 to 7:30 P.M. U.S. ET.   


Click here to watch our last appearance on Emerald Planet.   

Camp Roberts RELIEF- Overview  

From August 13-17, TIDES participated in Camp Roberts-RELIEF (Research and Experimentation for Local and International Emergency and First Responders) in Paso Robles, CA.   

The event brought together participants from the Department of Defense, US civilian agencies, private sector and international organizations dealing with humanitarian assistance/disaster relief (HA/DR)/emergency response efforts in order to test out new technologies, approaches and policies. One of the experiments focused on developing a post-disaster imagery collection plan for the Civil Air Patrol (CAP). This was the 12th meeting in the RELIEF series and the most technically comprehensive to date, with several hundred participants in attendance, making it the largest RELIEF integration of technical and field operations staff.
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