The Indonesian Institute of Sciences Research Centre for Electronics and Telecommunications is developing a smart ventilator to assist the healthcare sector in response to the COVID-19 situation in Indonesia.
The Philippines government, DOST has unveiled several critical event management innovations to help the country to prevent and mitigate disaster-prone conditions.
The Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (DOST-PCIEERD) had recently launched the country’s first air quality monitor as solutions to reduce pollution caused by the volcanic eruption.
Melbourne Water has tapped two major tech firms to produce a solution equipped with thermal sensors and high-precision visual spectrum cameras and SPARC tech to protect the region from bushfires and lightning strikes.
The study demonstrates that the new approach of low-cost air quality sensors is effective for monitoring extreme air-quality events during volcanic eruptions.
The Philippines is exploring a range of cutting edge solutions to predict and mitigate adverse weather in an effort to better help citizens stay during the rainy and typhoon season.
U.S. researchers combine AI and cloud computing, with a damage assessment tool to predict path of wildfires and evaluate the impact of natural disasters.
The U.S. state's state’s Bluetooth COVID-19 notification app WA Notify has likely prevented over 6,000 cases and may have saved over 100 lives.
In collaboration with Everbridge, we hosted an OpenGovLive! Virtual Insight Session discussing practical solutions to go beyond surviving critical events risks to proactively protecting people, customers, and business operations.