The city of Indio in Riverside County, California conducted a functional exercise. The exercise scenario focused on a vehicle borne improvised explosive device during a regional event conducted at the Indio Polo Grounds. The exercise consisted of two four-hour blocks with A and B shifts at the City of Indio Emergency Operational Center.
Approximately seven times per year, the University of Nebraska hosts a sell-out game day for the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team with crowds that nearly doubles Lincoln’s population size. It takes the management from University Police and event staff, and support from Lincoln Lancaster County Emergency Management Agency to ensure the safety of the people in and around the stadium. With the aid of Salamander, the University Police can ensure the right resources are stationed and tracked at the right time no matter what agency responders belong to.
During early morning hours of Sept. 11, 2017, Tift County residents and Tift County Fire Rescue were in the direct path of Hurricane Irma. The Category 5 storm had already devastated many states along the coast as it made its way up from the Caribbean. In preparation for Hurricane Irma, Command staff utilized Salamander Technologies to ensure that multiple agencies and units throughout Tift County were pre-staged for impact.