EM Weekly Podcast Episode: When Disaster Strikes, Staying Connected Matters February 19, 2021 Podcast , Connecting the Unconnected , Emergency Communications false Tony Bardo joins the conversation on EM Weekly, the Emergency Management podcast hosted by Todd De Voe, to discuss the role of satellite communications in times of disaster -- for first response, medical support, recovery efforts, essential supplies, or helping citizens tell family and friends that they are okay. When cell phone towers are damaged and terrestrial circuits are flooded, satellite delivers the connectivity needed to coordinate rescue and response and citizen welfare wherever disaster strikes. Categories See All Connecting the Unconnected (51) Satellite is Essential (50) Company News (42) JUPITER System (31) HughesNet (26) HughesON Managed Networks (18) Podcast (17) SD-WAN (17) Community Wi-Fi (15) Emergency Communications (13) Interoperability (11) Cellular Backhaul (11) Mobility (10) Popular Blogs SIA Report: Satellite Industry Leads Global Space EconomyJul 19, 2021 HughesNet and 4-H Inspire Tomorrow’s STEM Leaders, Impacts that Last Say Hughes EmployeesJul 19, 2021 How Hughes Fosters a Culture of Continuous InnovationJul 23, 2021 Defining Moments in Hughes 50 Year HistoryJul 23, 2021 The Divide Podcast: The role of satellite broadband in closing the digital divideJul 22, 2021 Related Posts See All Deep in the Amazon, HughesNet Provides Connectivity September 15, 2021 Building Dynamic and Secure Networks with James Clevenger on StateScoop Radio August 31, 2021 Vessels of all Types Use JUPITER System for Land-like Connectivity at Sea August 25, 2021 Emergency Preparedness with Tony Bardo on FedScoop Radio August 20, 2021 The Divide Podcast: The role of satellite broadband in closing the digital divide July 22, 2021 ENJOY THIS POST? Provide your email below to receive a monthly round-up of what’s happening in the world of connectivity! First Name Last Name Email Company Campaign ID CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.