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Building Software Solutions for Climate Change: Identifying the critical gaps between Citizens & Authorities

Climate change is on everyone’s mind, but especially for Deploy Solutions’ CEO Nicholas Kellett. On Day Two of GeoIgnite 2021, Nick gave a talk on the technology that Deploy Solutions is working on to meet the needs we face as a result of climate change. We need to prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural disasters, but there is a critical communication gap between authorities and citizens. To learn more about this project and how their “space app” demonstrates specific and practical ways satellite imagery, AI, web portals, geospatial data analysis, and reporting tools, cloud-hosted infrastructure, and other features can be combined in a working software solution to aid in climate change, watch this video.

“Building Software Solutions for Climate Change: Closing the communication gap between citizens & trusted authorities before, during, or after a disaster,” Deploy Solutions’s CEO – Nick Kellett

Nick is a software technologist, speaker, instructor and blogger with over 20 years of professional consulting experience in a wide variety of industries. He has extensive expertise in web, enterprise, big data, and cloud software development and deployment technologies. Recent work includes AWS cloud-based big data and Earth Observation projects.

Nick’s approach to software development and deployment is to combine cutting-edge technology with proven best practices and frequent prototyping. This approach helps to deliver solutions that give clients maximum value and input while reducing their risk and expense.

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