To survive any coming zombie apocalypse, you must be equipped with the right technology, and there are several must-haves. The Nusura simulation deck prepares organizations for the pressure of social media in an emergency—like a zombie apocalypse. This technology stimulates social media reactions to emergency announcements and emulates popular social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
The iDawg is another crucial piece of technology, as it restores network services for cell phones and emergency services when cut off. It was developed at Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies. Networks are created as devices connect to one another, similar to ad-hoc networking. The iDawg connects using groundbreaking Edgeware technology and securely captures and shares transmissions on various bands by repeating the signal.
We can manage any threat, including a zombie apocalypse, thanks to Google.org. Google Public Alerts optimizes search results to display the most relevant information during an emergency. Google Person Finder helps people reconnect with loved ones in the wake of disasters. Toshiko Ayano managed to find five relatives following the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami in 2011. Custom Google Maps can be created to share information in a crisis such as tactical maps of zombie infestation zones.
Want to learn more about which technologies are vitally important to managing and overcoming any possible zombie apocalypse? Check out the infographic below presented by emergency-management-degree.org.
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