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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
Pages 41-45

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... When alerts and warnings are delivered to broader populations than those actually affected by an event, the result may be that an alert or warning indicating more people than are actually at risk should take action. With new technological opportunities to more precisely target alerts and warnings come new questions about public response: • What degree of geographical targeting is needed to make messages relevant?
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... Under What Circumstances Might One Method Be Preferred Over Another? Michele Wood, California State University, Fullerton For What Hazards and Protective Actions Is Geotargeting Most Needed?
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... APPENDIX A 43 11:45  Geotargeting Needs and Challenges for Particular Hazards Moderator: Ellis Stanley Wildfire Events Thomas Cova, University of Utah Radiological/Nuclear Incident Steven M Becker, Old Dominion University College of Health Sciences Transportation Systems Peter LaPorte, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority 12:45 pm Lunch 2:00 Data Security and Privacy Moderator: Ming-Hsiang Tsou Mobile Device Privacy and Security Concerns Patrick McDaniel, Pennsylvania State University Personal Privacy Marc Armstrong, University of Iowa Methods for Preserving Privacy While Providing Geotargeted Alerting Darrell Ernst, Private Consultant Legal Questions Surrounding Location Information Kevin Pomfret, Centre for Spatial Law and Policy 3:30 Location-Enabled Technologies -- Part 1 Moderator: Shashi Shekhar Wireless Location Determination Larry Dodds, TruePosition Indoor Position Technologies Ayman Naguib, Qualcomm
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... 8:30 am Current and Future Vision for the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System Moderator: Art Botterell Mike Gerber, National Weather Service Denis Gusty, S&T Directorate, Department of Homeland Security Wade Witmer, IPAWS Division, Federal Emergency Management Agency 9:15  Lessons from and Opportunities for Traditional Technologies for Geotargeted Alerts Moderator: Helena Mitchell Telephone Alerting Rick Wimberly, Galain Solutions
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... Johnson, Weather Decision Technologies Mobile Location Determination Farshid Alizadeh, Skyhook Wireless (remotely) 1:00 pm Wrap-Up Discussion Ellis Stanley, Committee on Geotargeted Disaster Alerts and Warnings Denis Gusty, Department of Homeland Security

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