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Ari Vidali

Ari Vidali

Founder and CEO | Envisage Technologies

Ari Vidali is the founder and CEO of Envisage Technologies, a unique software company developing training and compliance ecosystems for Law Enforcement, Public Safety and Military professionals. During his 20-year career, Vidali has been instrumental in developing innovative readiness strategies for Military, Public Safety and Law Enforcement commands. As a visionary, inventor, frequent speaker and award-winning writer on the subjects of technology in support of readiness, he has been featured in numerous national and international publications. He is an acting committee member for the National Congress for Secure Communities, a technology advisory board member of the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST), and an advisory board member for the Bloomington Technology Partnership. Vidali founded iFORCES (Institute For Operational Readiness and Continuous Education in Security), a unique, nationwide public- and private-sector consortium. The group is dedicated to practical scientific research into the application of effective practices, next-generation methodologies, and continuous learning and performance technologies for the acceleration of Security, Law Enforcement, First Responder and Military readiness. His interviews and articles have been featured in publications such as the Wall Street JournalThe Chicago Sun-TimesThe Indianapolis StarThe Herald Times, Government Computing News,  RIS Media, PC WeekInc. Magazine, ZD NET, Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, and NATO IOS Press.

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Keynote: Are You Ready? 5 Ways to Measure the Readiness of Your Department

December 2, 2020
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (ET) || -

How prepared is your organization for what comes next? Readiness is more than just a buzzword.  As a concept and a practice, it can make the difference between great community outcomes and disaster. More Info

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