Be part of a unique conference that will report on the EU-funded DRIVER+ project. It will provide valuable new insights into approaches and methodologies for assessing crisis management solutions in light of climate change-related threats such as wildfires and floods. The conference will feature reports and analysis from leading crisis managers and other experts involved with the DRIVER+ project alongside climate change specialists. Attendees will also have access to a solutions marketplace of technologies and tools tested at DRIVER+ Trials.
The Final Demonstration (Final Demo) is the last Trial, concluding the series of DRIVER+ Trials. It also provides an opportunity to showcase the main outcomes of the Project.
On October 10th, Adam Widera was invited to host a workshop on applying the DRIVER+ Trial Guidance methodology for the H2020 BroadWay project.
This minitrack provides a venue for collaborative systems and technologies related to all phases in the disaster management cycle: prevention and mitigation; preparedness; alert; response; recovery; and post disaster. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
The 4th edition of the I4CM event organised by the DRIVER+ project has been designed for you
and will be visiting Denmark in 2019. This event will provide a platform allowing practitioners, experts and
solution providers from the region and beyond to meet and exchange best practices and lessons learned. Focusing on Volunteer Management in a crisis situation, with special attention being paid to issues around organised volunteers, spontaneous volunteers and psychosocial support. This event will also be the occasion to pave the way for the
DRIVER+ Netherlands Trial is being organised by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Safety Region Haaglanden (SRH). It will be conducted as a tabletop Trial at the premises of SRH in The Hague from Tuesday 21 May 2019 to Thursday 23rd May 2019.
THE SCENARIO: A FLOOD IN THE HAGUE
Severe weather causes the Scheveningen lock to fail, flooding The Hague city centre, putting more than 500,000 people at risk. Cascade effects will be (partial) loss of electricity, gas, drinking water, telecoms networks and damage to roads, houses, cars, shops, tram lines.
C³M is happy to participate again at the HPNW2019. We are delighted to represent our DRIVER+ project with a booth. Next to this, we proud to have Kristin Jenssen presenting our ongoing work in the context of assessing the application potential of Vendor Managed Inventory in humanitarian logistics.