Wave and FHETS: Just One Month Away
The Leading EMS, Fire, and Hospital Data Conference Is Coming Up
Wave and FHETS begin in just one month on March 19 in our hometown of Austin, Texas. So far, 600+ people have registered for the conferences, making these the biggest events ever hosted by ESO. If you’ve never attended Wave or FHETS, here’s a little about what will be taking place very soon.
Hands-On Product Training
FHETS has a long tradition of offering FIREHOUSE Software users hands-on product training. We’re excited to expand on FHETS by creating the ESO Training Academy to offer high quality training to customers of all of our products. This year marks the first time ESO has offered such large-scale, in-person product training and we couldn’t be more excited. Register now for FHETS and the ESO Training Academy.
Research Poster Presentations
In July 2018, ESO hosted our inaugural Research Forum. The resulting research projects, along with others, will be presented at Wave as poster presentations. This is the first year Wave has offered research poster presentations as part of ESO’s commitment to improving health and safety through data. Register for Wave.
Presentations by Chris Dillie
ESO CEO and co-founder Chris Dillie will deliver his welcome address and keynote presentation on March 19 and 21 respectively. Chris’s keynote presentations are known to have up-to-the-minute updates and insights on the ESO vision, product roadmap, and more. And if you feel moved to shout out the occasional “Dillie Dillie” during either, we won’t mind at all. In fact, we’ll probably join you. Register for Wave and FHETS.
2nd Annual Data Games
Launched in 2018 by Drs. Brent Myers and Scott Bourn, the Data Games are a friendly, game-show style competition to see who has the best command of data in health and safety. Cheer on your friends while you network with other audience members. Register for Wave.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention our beautiful hometown. Austin in the springtime provides the perfect backdrop for immersing yourself in data, trying new technologies, and networking with peers. Known as both the Live Music Capital of the World and as Silicon Hills, Austin has a unique laid back atmosphere (jeans are acceptable everywhere) infused with cutting-edge technology. We also offer some darn good tacos.
To learn more about Wave and what you can expect, watch this short video from Wave 2018.