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Panel VI - Creating a Scientific Base for Resiliency – the Road to HFA2

Panel VI - Creating a Scientific Base for Resiliency – the Road to HFA2

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  • 1. © Fraunhofer FP7 CRISIS MANAGEMENT DEMO PHASE I & II - Aftermath Crisis Management System-of-Systems - - DRiving InnoVation in EU Resilience and Crisis Management - Phase I: Preparing the demo Phase II: The demo Merle Missoweit Davos, 30 August 2013
  • 2. Societal Resilience Capabilities Agent Action Individual Community Third-parties (the unaffected) Public sector Private sector Media Adapt behaviour Responsible behaviour; e.g. reducing water consumtion to put less strain on the system Responsible communities; E.g. communities organizing rationing schemes Responsible behaviour; refraining from harmful behaviour, e.g. Extensive use of telephone lines into the affected area Responsible government; e.g. adapting public policy to the crisis situation Responsible business; e.g. reducing power consumtion Responsible media; E.g. refraining from reporting in a way that could jeopardize reponse Help oneself Ability to cope; e.g. keeping emergency food stock Community self- reliance; e.g. communities setting up local support centres Ability to cope with secondary effects; E.g. Coping with uncertainty about the situation of next of kin. Government resilience; e.g. ability of agencies to stay operational Business continuity; ability to stay operational Media resilience; ability to keep reporting Help others Citizen-to-citizen help; willingness and ability to support others in need; e.g. First aid knowledge Supportive communities; e.g. Opening community resources for the affected Understanding of the needs; e.g. informed provision of support, as opposed to uncoordinated provision of goods Cross-agency coordination; e.g. effective characterisation and communication of demand Supportive business; e.g. maintaining fair prices despite surge demand, providing to those most in need Supportive media; e.g. opening media channels to support search for next-of-kin Help the response Volunteering; e.g adequate knowledge on how and how not to engage in the organised response Engaged communities; e.g. community leaders interacting with organised reponse to find ways to support Understaning of CM among the public; e.g. informed volunteering allowing better management of volunteers Professional response; conducting CM at local, regional, national and EU- level in an effective way Access to commercial resources; e.g. ranging from hotels for housing to excavators for clearing affected areas Engaged media; e.g. helping to disseminate alerts and critical information
  • 3. © Fraunhofer  Crises and Crisis Management are complex Further complicated by climate change and interconnectedness Crises getting less predictable More rapid dynamics Higher variation in potential scenarios and combinations thereoff Either our resilience solutions (be it preparatory or response) are modular, flexible and adaptive OR the costs of crises or the costs due to inadaquate preparation and management of crises will inrease! 21st Century Disaster Management
  • 4. © Fraunhofer Infrastructure can‘t be just radically changed CM systems can‘t be just radically changed Both would imply significant costs and a loss of vital capabilties for a long transition phase Any new solution has to respect legacy systems in terms of interoperabilty Legacy infrastructure and CM systems
  • 5. © Fraunhofer  Any new solution, be it CM solution or resilience measures, can‘t be just tested in real life due to unacceptable risk of loosing human life and vast material values How to decide whether a measure a. Works in all possible scenarios? b. Interoperates with legacy systems and other measures at SoS level? c. Is cost effective wrt alternative solutions? In other words: How to provide investment decision support and to foster innovation in resilience? Testing & evidence based investment decisions
  • 6. © Fraunhofer  FP7 Crisis Management Demonstration programme Largest single investment in CM research for the foreseeable future (total value of 45 Mio Euro) An opportunity to harvest from earlier research and to test large- scale SoS-effects and to create acceptance for new solutions Iterative testing and refinement of promising solution while increasing complexity wrt scenarios and system level over time Experimentation instead of one-shot validations
  • 7. © Fraunhofer A CM Test-bed – Creating space for experimentation (SP2) The societal Perspective The professional perspective Final Demo (SP6) DRIVER portfolio of tools Promising ideas from R&D Context – Threats, legacy, society& policy Sustainable tools for evidence-based capability building & better shared understanding of CM • SP3: Resilience • SP4: Operations • SP5: Learning Joint Exp. Joint Exp.
  • 8. © Fraunhofer WP2: Test-bed – physical architecture FR - SDIS13/ Nice DE/NL - The Hague/T HW SE/NO - MSB PL - ITTI Simulation tools, support for distributed experiments, databases,… Experimentation guidance & methods, performance measurement methods, costing… Standards, quality assurance, test-bed improvement mechanisms… Common guidance Physical & Organisational platforms Common/Shared infrastructure Common intellectual resources Communities of interest, competence mappings… Common Social resources
  • 9. © Fraunhofer WP2: Test-bed – physical architecture FR - SDIS13/ Nice DE/NL - The Hague/T HW SE/NO - MSB PL - ITTI Simulation tools, support for distributed experiments, databases,… Experimentation guidance & metods, performance measurement methods,… Standards, quality assurance, test-bed improvement mechanisms… Common guidance Physical & Organisational platforms Common/Shared infrastructure Common intellectual resources Communities of interest, competence mappings… Common Social resources
  • 10. © Fraunhofer  The Resilience Concept is not quit e the same as the CM  However, the same issues apply:  How to address „all“ possible scenarios in a cost-effective way?  How to measure success?  How to develop an evidence-based decision basis for investment and therewith acceptance among the relevant stakeholders?  Benefits might be a bit more long-term. How to bridge this? need of networks & competence mappings, Private & Public structured knowledge: methdology, performance indicators Physical and virtual platforms for experimentation (Modeling & Simulation!) Common standards on how to do experimentation in resilience management How does this relate to architectual and societal infrastructures and their resilience?
  • 11. © Fraunhofer Merle Missoweit Fraunhofer INT Meta-Analysis & Planning Support merle.missoweit@int.fraunhofer.de THANK YOU!