- CEMS provides “real-time” data to aid in critical decision-making, by first responders. Includes: evacuation protocals, response options, PPE, alerting first receivers, etc.
The University of New Hampshire and Keene State College have received $2 million in joint federal funds from the U.S. Department of Justice & COPS-Community Oriented Policing Services
This collaborative project between the UNH Research Computing Center and the Keene State College Safety Studies Program will provide the following:
- KSC receives $1.4 million to develop curricula and training programs. Build & outfit six state-of-the-art facilities to include six technology laboratories and five classrooms in its new Science Center.
This will provide distance-learning capabilities, to be used to instruct emergency personnel on the use of UNH-CEMS software to enhance the evaluation and andling of contamination sites.
Inventory Chemical, Biological, radiological hazards.
Develop & deliver curriculum. Enhance UNH-CEMS software for emergency personnel use