Before December 2019, calamities and disasters were overcome as individual nations. Be it the wildfires in Australia, floods in India and Malaysia or typhoons in the Philippines, we were thought we were prepared and equipped to deal with them one at a time. But there was a harsh reality check when the world was hit […]
The CEM platform automates manual processes; amplifying ad hoc data feeds to provide richer intelligence and correlating threats with locations of assets and people. This ensures more rapid and comprehensive incident assessment and remediation.
The OpenGovLive! inaugural session on 2nd June 2020 brought together representatives from diverse organisations across the region to share and gain insights on the urgent priority – surviving and thriving in a VUCA environment.
Critical Event Management is an essential tool for future planning and business continuity but what is equally important is how that planning is communicated internally.
In the background of the global COVID-19 crisis, discussions must gravitate around Critical Event Management for all organisations; the putting in place of a fundamental framework for a successful critical event management plan.
The International Advanced Research for Powder Metallurgy & New Materials has developed polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells.
The new aircraft is capable of reaching speeds of 450kmh and mapping multiple fires across a range of wavelengths, including UV and thermal radiation, throughout WA.
X-band radars are also used for localised weather monitoring, air traffic control and maritime vessel navigation, and three of them are being used at the moment.
The mask represents a significant step towards creating a highly effective, wearable air filtration technology.
A rainfall intensity of 9 mm/hour may trigger lahar flooding, which will bring along sediment deposits and destroy everything along its path.