disaster mitigation

New York Emergency Management Summit 2013

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Join top leaders from NYC and the State of New York at this year’s Emergency Management Summit!

A rallying point for the New York community of first responders, this regional event will gather top leaders in emergency management, public safety and homeland security and provide a forum to share best practices, renew relationships and work on new solutions in NY for both the problems that are anticipated—and those that aren’t.

latitude: 

43

longitude: 

78

Date: 

01/05/2013

Venue: 

Hilton New York

Venue City: 

New York

Event Organisers: 

Emergency Management

Language of event: 

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How Geodesign can help Recovery and Disaster Risk Management after Hurricane Sandy

After hurricane Sandy hit New York and New Jersey in late October 2012, recovery and reconstruction have been underway. Larry Greenemeier, author at the Scientific American, underlines the importance of Geodesign in this process.

Publishing Date: 

Tue, 29/01/2013 - 12:43

Camera on board of ISS to provide post-disaster imagery

A remote-controlled Earth-observing camera system called ISERV (International Space Station SERVIR Environmental Research and Visualization System) will be launched to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's third H-II Transfer Vehicle this week. Once installed, the system will be directed by researchers on the ground to acquire imagery of specific areas of the globe for disaster analysis and environmental studies.

Publishing Date: 

Mon, 23/07/2012 - 14:02

Volcanic Crisis Management and Mitigation Strategies

Volcanic Crisis Management and Mitigation Strategies

Natural phenomena such as earthquakes, mud floods, landslides, volcanic eruption or industrial accidents may cause huge disasters. Each crisis generally determines consequences in multiple sectors and systems (e.g. building and infrastructures, roads and public transport, lifelines and telecommunication, society and emergency management.) that are singularly affected by the triggering event, but also may be hit by effects following the main one, the so-called “cascading effects.”

Publishing Date: 

Tue, 22/03/2011 - 12:24

A clearer view of earth observation data

An EU-funded project launched in Barcelona, Spain on 17 February has set out to enhance the usability of global environmental data. With its strong emphasis on standardised quality metadata, it is expected to boost the readability of the GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems) databases.

Publishing Date: 

Thu, 17/03/2011 - 11:06

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