Developing tools to express uncertainty in the forecasts of hydrologic power
A paradigm shift in Emergency Preparedness and Management is now possible owing to persistent progress in mobile technologies and services, their world-wide diffusion and affordability, and the emergence of ever new ingenious uses by citizens.
The SmartEMIS (Smart Emergency Management Information Systems) project focuses on how mobile devices such as smart phones combined with different forms of social media can be applied for improving information sharing and collaboration in emergency preparedness and management
A crisis can occur with little or no warning, anywhere, anytime and it can happen either locally or globally. The SmartRescue project will explore how communication technology can be used in acute crisis situations.