Inclusive Emergency Lifelines

1 year 7 months ago

The Emergency Inclusive Lifelines Project developed wireless communication protocols and interfaces for adopted and emerging wireless technologies used in all stages of emergencies (before, during, and after emergencies).  Specific projects characterized the most accessible emergency notification signaling for emergency alerts for people with sensory disabilities.  Further, we have developed interactive tools to compare WEA comprehension on multiple platforms. 

Team:  Maureen Linden, Colin Ahn, Kay Chiodo, Dan Heller, Anushri Kumar, Salimah LaForce, Pete Presti, Glenn Shell, Ben Thompson


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