Christopher Carver

Director of Market Development Hexagon Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial

Christopher have been fortunate to work with some of the greatest organizations and teams in the world, doing incredibly challenging work. Disasters facing America’s largest city; multi-billion dollar technology projects; helping a faith based community chart a path through a pandemic, leading significant year over year new logo growth for a new software product line also during said pandemic. Training new 9-1-1 professionals, coaching and supporting a Sales Team. Standing up in front of conferences talking about leadership and how to improve public safety, sharing what it was like to come out… in a firehouse.. in 1997. Constantly striving to help improve the nation’s 9-1-1 system and public safety through engagement, advocacy, and collaboration with stakeholders and always believing that things can get better- for our communities, for our organizations, and for our world.

Master of Arts (M.A.), Public Administration/Emergency Management 2005 - 2007
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Geography, Urban and Regional Studies 1995 - 1999
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Advanced Navigation Technology Reduces Response Times and Saves Lives in Public Safety

Christopher Carver - April 30, 2024

As urban environments grow denser and more complex, the role of advanced navigation technology in enhancing public safety becomes increasingly critical. From tracking the location of emergency callers in expansive natural parks to navigating the intricate layouts of major cities, the stakes have never been higher.

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Rise in AV Market Advancements Will Lead to More Critical Control Room Concerns

Christopher Carver - January 17, 2024

The demand and implementation of advanced AV technologies is creating a rise in complexities for critical control rooms. In effect, this is gradually shaping the professional AV industry and this year, the several AV markets are expected to see growth.

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