- Functional Applications - Remote Monitoring & Control Systems
- Security & Public Safety
- Business Operation
- Structural Health Monitoring
Disaster management, for the past few decades, has taken an unreliable and hardly scalable approach to addressing significant natural catastrophes.
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Top U.S. federal agencies and disaster management organizations around the globe.
On the heels of National Hurricane Preparedness Week, Kaazing has worked with Citrix enabling the company to leverage the most advanced enterprise risk intelligence platform in the industry, DisasterAWARE Enterprise™
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