Milind PimprikarChairmanCANEUS InternationalCollaborative and CoordinatedShared & Structured Space based Partnershipfor DR...
CANEUS Global NetworkSole Purpose:Enable Productive GlobalPartnerships2Partnership Objective: ToLeverage ComplementaryComp...
CANEUS-Shared SatellitesCSSP (Collective Security, Safety, and Prosperity)PILOPT PROJECT DEMONSTRATIONSCompleted and Ongoi...
ImplementationInitial Planning PPDDesignandoutcomesOutcomesIntegration in theGlobal StrategyRequirementsTechnical IssuesCO...
Future Goals and Contribution to Post HFA-20131. Lessons learned from CANEUS CSP provide a collaborativeenvironment that c...
………Outcomes•Needs analysis•Technical issues•Financials•ConOps•BarriersCSSP Global Collaboration ProgramHorizontal issues:D...
Possible Synergies and Overlaps with OtherNetworks and Needs for Cooperation1. The CSSP Platform of the CANEUS network is ...
Thank you!CANEUS International1425-404 Rene Levesque Blvd West1425-404 Rene Levesque Blvd WestMontreal, Canada, H4X 2G6Mon...
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Collaborative and Coordinated Shared & Structured Space based Partnership for DRR Usable Tools, Techniques, and Practices Through Country –Region Specific “Pilot Project Demonstrations” –PPD’s by

  1. 1. Milind PimprikarChairmanCANEUS InternationalCollaborative and CoordinatedShared & Structured Space based Partnershipfor DRRTo Address the Key Challenges of Converting Emerging TechnologiesintoUsable Tools, Techniques, and PracticesThrough Country –Region Specific “Pilot Project Demonstrations” –PPD’sIn Support ofGlobal Platform for Disaster Risk ReductionFourth Session, Geneva, SwitzerlandMay 19-23, 2013
  2. 2. CANEUS Global NetworkSole Purpose:Enable Productive GlobalPartnerships2Partnership Objective: ToLeverage ComplementaryCompetencies to AddressCommon Societal NeedsSPACE-BASEDPRACTICAL TOOLS & METHODSFOR RISK ASSESSMENT AND REDUCTION
  3. 3. CANEUS-Shared SatellitesCSSP (Collective Security, Safety, and Prosperity)PILOPT PROJECT DEMONSTRATIONSCompleted and Ongoing and ActivitiesPilot projects were undertaken at national and international levels to map the riskassessment and requirements for satellite technology, advocating for greater use andcapacity building , and promoting processes for international validation, standardisationand dissemination of suitable methods and practices, consistent with UNISDR strategy.CSSP objective is to demonstrate the benefits of sharing assets (Space, groundsegment infrastructure, data products, etc,) in a multi-country, multi-sector andmultisystem environment to support the activities of any given country to use the data tosupport their disaster reduction needs.Major Achievements and Outcome
  4. 4. ImplementationInitial Planning PPDDesignandoutcomesOutcomesIntegration in theGlobal StrategyRequirementsTechnical IssuesCONOPSBarriersLessons LearnedCSSP Pilot Projects Design
  5. 5. Future Goals and Contribution to Post HFA-20131. Lessons learned from CANEUS CSP provide a collaborativeenvironment that can be used to identify issues related to suchoperational environment and identify solutions to resolve theseproblems based on “needs analysis” and how the emerging spacetechnology based tools and resources can “bridge the gaps”.2. Identify the issues to scale-up the pilot projects involving a largernumber of countries and the barriers to prepare the foundation forUNISDR collaborating centre for shared space technology as amulti-disciplinary and multi-sector approach to DRR.3. Potential PPP based implementation framework, timelines,success criteria / assessment for coordination, standardization,and validation.
  6. 6. ………Outcomes•Needs analysis•Technical issues•Financials•ConOps•BarriersCSSP Global Collaboration ProgramHorizontal issues:Data Access, DataSharing, DataDistributionCross requirements [Harvest theresults of the LOD’s]Program Management:PPD Program[ Specific countries,Representatives of theglobal requirements forthe sharing of disasterdata]Technical IssuesOperational Issues (data)CONOPS (Country)Horizontal issues:Data Access, DataSharing, DataDistributionCross requirements [Harvest theresults of the LOD’s]Program Management:PPD Program[ Specific countries,Representatives of theglobal requirements forthe sharing of disasterdata]Technical IssuesOperational Issues (data)CONOPS (Country)Level 1: Cross Issues,Disaster Monitoring Dataacquisition and sharingLevel 2: RequirementsRegion LevelCountry LevelLevel 3: Identification ofBarriers Project Demonstration supportPPPGlobal Configuration withApplication to Country / RegionCDatan DataProcessing Tools Built on OS PlatformSecure DataAccess LayerFront End for Visualisationand collaborationCentral ServerFor UserManagementExternal DataSourcesMaps, Sat, Imagery, VMS,AIS      Internet      InternetCountry XC DataProcessing Tools Built on OS PlatformSecure DataAccess LayerFront End for Visualisationand collaborationCentral ServerFor UserManagementExternal DataSourcesMaps, Sat, Imagery, VMS,AIS      Internet      InternetCountry BCDataProcessing Tools Built on OS Platform DataAccess LayerFront End for Visualisation and collaborationCentral ServerFor UserManagementExternal DataSourcesMaps, Sat, Imagery, VMS,AIS  Internet  InternetCountry ARegions
  7. 7. Possible Synergies and Overlaps with OtherNetworks and Needs for Cooperation1. The CSSP Platform of the CANEUS network is particularly valuable fordisaster risk reduction, as tools to overcome the weak incentives for cross‐disciplinary, cross institution collaboration within related organisations such‐as GEOS, SPIDER, amongst others.2. Multi-national, multi-disciplinary shared emerging space-technology basedtools and techniques promote cooperation, trust and interdependence forthe mutual benefit of all stakeholders concerned with DRR.3. Complementary skill sets and resources from across the networks areneeded to rapidly and cost-effectively apply emerging technologies andmethodologies to benefit the “have’s” and “have-nots” for addressingevolving disaster needs by leveraging resources from public-privatesectors.4. The ability to share information and resources enable internationalnetworks to foster collaboration and cooperation to enhance their
  8. 8. Thank you!CANEUS International1425-404 Rene Levesque Blvd West1425-404 Rene Levesque Blvd WestMontreal, Canada, H4X 2G6Montreal, Canada, H4X 2G6Tel: 001-514-499-3959Tel: 001-514-499-3959mp@caneus.orgmp@caneus.orgwww.caneus.org/cssp

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