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December 17, 2019 29 mins

Supporting and keeping our fellow neighbors safe has always been one of the primary roles played by our communities. While it is human nature to help, technology has exceeded our human capabilities, helping us to respond faster and more efficiently. A 5G world's connectivity will usher in the next wave of advancement as emergency response capabilities grow exponentially, and we explore new ways to stop crises before they even begin. In this episode, we hear from Harold Schapelhouman, Chief of the Menlo Park Fire Department, who is upgrading the tools he's using, such as drones, keeping his crews and citizens safe. We'll also hear from Nicole Raimundo, Chief Information Officer of Cary, North Carolina, who is utilizing the latest advancements in technology to make Cary one of the most connected cities in America. Make sure to check out other episodes in this series featuring: Paul Winsper, VP of Athlete Performance at Under Armour and Natasha Franck, Founder and CEO of the startup EON.

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