Improve public safety with AI

Today’s public safety and law enforcement agencies are facing unprecedented challenges: staff numbers are dwindling, calls for service are increasing, natural disasters are occurring more frequently and employee mental health is at an all-time low. Organizational and technological transformation is now a necessity, with AI becoming a crucial component of evolution.

Watch this on-demand webinar for a market analysis on the state of AI in public safety, expected future adoption trends and real-world examples of how AI can transform emergency operations.

Key topics discussed:

  • Identifying trends and patterns in calls for service
  • Streamlining workflows, assisting with investigations and improving collaboration with external organizations
  • Managing workloads within emergency communications centers


Paul Bremner

Principal Analyst, Public Safety and Critical Communications, Omdia

Paul Bremner is a principal analyst in the critical communications group at Omdia. He is the lead analyst for the Command and Control Rooms Intelligence Service. He joined Omdia in 2012, and holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of Exeter in South West England, UK.

Christopher Carver

Director of Market Development, Public Safety, Hexagon’s Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division

Chris Carver started as a dispatcher in a one-seat fire/EMS center and rose to director of the FDNY. Chris also served as director of PSAP operations for NENA, supporting the rollout of NG911 and the development of standards to improve the nation’s 911 centers. Chris now serves as an in-house industry expert and facilitator at Hexagon.

Kirk Lonbom

Director, Public Safety and Justice Strategy and Solutions, Microsoft

Kirk drives Microsoft’s strategy to best serve the public safety and justice mission for state and local government in the U.S. He works with executives, practitioners and information technology professionals to ensure Microsoft’s technology, services and partner ecosystem address the most critical needs of the entire public safety and justice community.

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