Lessons Learned in San Diego – Panel at California’s First ever Wildfire Technology Innovation Summit

Jessica Block, Assistant Director of WIFIRE Lab, Qualcomm Institute,
UC San Diego

1. Skyler Ditchfield, CEO, Geolinks
2. Tony Mecham, San Diego Unit Chief, CAL FIRE
3. Brian D’Agostino, Director of Fire Science & Climate Adaptation, SDG&E
4. Graham Kent, Director, Nevada Seismological Lab, University of Nevada-Reno

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