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Killer robots. I have participated to the very first meeting on killer robots in the framework of disarmement and the Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) Geneva meeting of experts May 13-May 16, ...

Killer robots. I have participated to the very first meeting on killer robots in the framework of disarmement and the Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) Geneva meeting of experts May 13-May 16, 2014. No state members are willing to use drone as killer robots. I went beyond this simple fact, by designing form 2005 on flying robots for humanitarian actions. The meeting raised a main issue which was the Lethal Autonomous Weapn Systems(LAWS) and what are the responsibility of robot or automated technologies when they are targeting the human beings or eventually when there are accidents due to technology failures.Human rights engagement against robot. Join the campaign.

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  • 1. AGAINST LETHAL AUTONOMOUS WEAPONS SYSTEMS FOR AN URGENCE TO USE DRONES IN PEACEFUL ACTIONS Convention on Conventional Weapons Conference i.e. LAWS, May 13-May 16, 2014 http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLhXnK7k7rWvsVO PFQ-hUi1otxNaRHl4eG&v=tCGidyqwHWk#t=235
  • 2. http://www.portail-humanitaire.org/Innovation/flying- robots.php CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 3. CAN WE MAKE OTHER USES OF DRONES ? AT THE TIME MORE THAN 100 ARMIES IN THE WORLD HAVE PROGRAMS TO USE DRONES OR MADE THEM EFECTIVE AS FLYING ROBOT KILLERS – IN 2005 I HAVE SUGGESTED TO USE DRONES IN PEACEFUL HUMANITARIAN LOGISITICS CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 4. Where did the project idea come from using drones in Humanitarian actions ?(for peace and not for war or war intelligence i.e. Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 5. 2oz Pocket water purifiers The project scope including the participation of cities and international development organizations has been developed in project (2). i.e. water needs in town and fields in disaster zones. It is incorporating to project (1) more substantial elements of modern logistics. For example, online orders and parcel delivery with UPS, FedEx... Today, combining postal office and cash transfer made easy access and affordability to water survival. A 2 oz. pocket water purifier can easily be ordered only and then be delivered in the next following days wherever you are living in the world. With the guarantees offered by the 2 oz. pocket water purifiers from the manufacturers. Today, nobody should lack of water wherever he/she is and in extremes, too. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 6. SWEDISH EXPERIENCE • STOCKHOLM EXPERIENCE FOREST WOOD WATER NEEDS IN TOWN AND FIELD EXPERIMENTATION THE POWER OF TREE The discovery model: tree planting, water safety, disaster mitigation HOW DO YOU MITIGATE A DISASTER GS RADJOU DISASTER SIMULATION: EARTHQUAKE IN PAKISTAN. QUESTION TO BE ANSWERED: HOW DO YOU SURVIVE? HOW CAN YOU SURVIVE? PHASE1 (WINTER TIME) + PHASE 2 (SUMMER TIME) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 7. LOCATION MAP • BRÄDANG CAMPING CAMPING My Space PUBLIC FACILITIES WOOD LAKE ROAD LAKE N GS RADJOU To Stockholm CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 8. WATER SUPPLY • SOURCES OF WATER IN THE SWEDIH WOOD • TAP WATER (CAMPING GROUND) • POND WATER (SWEDISH WATER LAKES) • PUBLIC FACILITIES (MUNICIPALITY WATER) • HARVESTING RAINWATER WITH PLASTIC BAG (UMBRELLA) • FRUIT PICKING (VIRTUAL WATER) • WATER PUMPING (SWEDISH AQUIFERS) GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 9. LESSON LEARNED FROM EXPERIENCE • POWERS (in action) • + Power of emergency • + Power of nature/God Events • + The sensitive case of water • + Anticipated population transfer • + South States better off this time • + Coming close to nature -> implies planting trees Displacement Virtual water How to rescue Disasters Role of the dead nature: trees GS RADJOU Mitigations CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 10. R & D based stimulation- South East Asia tsunami (2004) and Pakistan Earthquake 2005) Swedish Wood 2005-2007 Sweden and Stockholm wilderness (forest, lakes, wildlife...) is prone to help the survival simulation to establish a valid model for the pond theory of water collections in mountains or lakes and the use of drones in case of severe a water stress in risk zones. Being close to the urban life helps to integrate survival plans with a potential cooperation with cities. Only, project (1) stages with self-sufficiency, resiliency and independence based on self-navigational and none lethal drones has been developed for an air water supply service after these stimulation was adopted CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 11. WATER ISSUES IN RISK ZONES  RISK DEFINITON  GLOBAL WARMING(CO2 + 1° Celsius to 6° Celsius increase)  A SET OF AMPLIFICATION MECHANISM (HAZARD SOURCES),  ISSUES (WATER PONDS) AND IMPACTS (POPULATION VULNERABILITY AND SURVIVAL) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 12. Fig.1 CO2 emission graph • Residual pollution in the atmosphere • When society decide to stop polluting Now Short-term Long-term Graphs of residual CO2 if we stop producing non sustainable waste T1 T2 T3 Period (T) CO2 (kg) Kg1 Kg2 Kg3 CO2 CO2 CO2 Even after we have stopped polluting the CO2 emitted will still be in the air for several years to come GS RADJOU Source: LOWE, J. ET AL. ENVIRON. RES. LETT. 4, 014012 (2009) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 13. DISASTER SOURCES • A LOT • TSUNAMIES • EARTHQUAKES • FLOODS • VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS • LANDSLIDES • HURRICANES • AVALANCHES • …. • DISEASES • WARS GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 14. Fig.3 CO2 emission country diagram • CARBON DIOXIDE INFORMATION ANALYSIS CENTER, OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 15. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 16. Distorded human settlement map Carthography of world population Strategic and Operational Management of Supplier Involvement in New Product Development: A Contingency Perspective Source Internet Data: -3bn without adequate water and sanitation health -1bn lack of safe water CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 17. SAN DIEGO POND (SOURCE INTERNET) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 18. Fig. 2 Representation of soil surfaces with a pond model • POND FORMATION WATER RUN-OFFS A WATER POND It is like a pocket of water in the structure of the soil SLOPE SOLUTE GS RADJOU SOLUTES ARE THESE LIQUIDS FILLED OF HAZARDS. DURING A FLOOD. IF DRUNK WATER RUN-OFFS OF PONDS CAN CREATE DISEASES IN HUMANS ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° The water is circulating slowly. It allows bacteria to growth CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 19. POND WALTER LEVELS AND DATA CAPTURES COUL REFER TO ELEVATIONS OF TOPOGRAPHICAL FEATURES OF THE LANDSCAPE Source internet CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 20. BUSINESS CASE  RISK TREATMENT: GLOBAL WARMING AND CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL WATER NEEDS  SOLUTION IS A DELIVERY OF WATER PURIFIERS WITH DRONES CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 21. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 22. SOURCE SIWI GS RADJOU
  • 23. GS RADJOU 1 OZ WATER PURIFIER SURVIVAL STRAW ($9) ASSUMPTION 3 CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 24. BUSINESS OF PLANTING TREES • FLOOD PROTECTION GS RADJOU A TREE ROOTS CABLES PAVEMENT A STREET HOLE GRASS CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 25. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AIR WATER SUPPLY CHAIN ADDED VALUES CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 26. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 27. WAER PROJECT MANAGEMENT WAER PROJECT CAPACITY BUILDING FLOOD TREATMENT GS RADJOU
  • 28. MARKETING-STRATEGY SURVIVAL AND PROFITABILITY SOUND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND SOUND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY
  • 29. SETTING THE FINANCIAL OBJECTIVE • IT IS ALL ABOUT PROFIT Business idea SELLING EXPENDITURE SOUND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CASHFLOW PROFIT SALES Profit Surplus LEVERAGE Buy-in/Buy-out FUNDRAISING ASSETS CLAIMS GS RADJOU
  • 30. SETTING FINANCIAL OBJECTIVES • REASON FOR DOING BUSINESS Initial Money Final Money PROFIT GS RADJOU
  • 31. CASE 1-HYGIENE APPROACH (INDONESIA)  ISSUES:  Defecation free zones  CLTS  Clean Water availability  Entry points for CLTS CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 32. CONCLUSION  In designing a hygiene system, I would emphasis several points.  Water is a vital element of life. It can be good or bad for us.  The absence of water does not mean necessarily, absence of hygiene. It renders the task a bit awkward.  Also, which system do you want? Neither one system nor the other is better than the other. There are benchmarks, self- interests, contractual agreements in the hygiene industries that we have to come close to the basics (washing hands and boiling water).  With the above points in mind, I am reluctant to adhere to the text “Integrated Hygiene Behavior Change Program- Where CLTS Stands CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 33.  Money does help to improve the hygiene systems. Islamic laws are as good as western banking systems  The crucial point is at the end health system at all time, anywhere is a never ending matter. You need to get people paying their taxes to improve the social securities (In towns or in the country sides)  When designing an organization, we should wonder if we want to give more autonomy, control self- sufficiency, reliance and independence to the community organization that served it of the health community in order to solve locally issues. Or do we satisfy to get these economies of scales and use the skills we have in numbers CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 34.  To build Water Aero Emergency Relief WAER, I have based my success story estimate on market survey research, which predicts that if an innovation success rate is 15% service succeed, the product or service will normally succeed.  Also, the most important task would be through learning how to use the system during a disaster.  WAER is serving in cities and country sides where floods occurred the role of capacity building is important.  I do not make any distinction between the fact that speed of change reduce from country side to cities and vice versa speed up from cities to country side from an initial process as floods are everywhere. Also WAER is a humanitarian business. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 35. Conclusion  Marketing is about:  being focus on the target goal (s): money, flood, reduce casualties, market shares…)  having strong salesman base and visitors on the fields  a strategy of escape in the case of resistance to change  the knowledge that it can be sometimes difficult for various reasons (negation, weather, vulnerability…)  anyway, we will assess risk and search for securities  remember for Instance in the case of Sri-Lanka war neither the foreign ministers respectively Bernard Kouchner (France) or David Millibrand (U.K) were allowed to create a corridor for the humanitarian actions.  All the marketing efforts would be vain and bring no trade-off if we were unhappy with the water purifiers and the capacity building. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 36.  About designing our products and services: with the increase the energy scarcity, we go to find and answer with Hayek that changes the Swiss watch industry with the “Swatch”.  Note 1: for the project purpose WAER organization is making a project management because there is a product in the business case. I am sorry, WAER does not create project just to make people work: “keep them busy or occupied). If there is no product it implies there is no reason to have a project. The business case should be a viable one. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 37.  Note 2: for the purpose of marketing, this note is opposed to note 1. When we have a valid business case for the flood project in country x, at place y, during the period from t1 to t2, flood is very…, people need fresh water, roads are blocks…) “we are selling a service” (J. Neyrink, Marketing professor at IIM CNAM) therefore we do not sell a product but enjoy the facility that our service can provide: “…drinking safely water when the water quality is in trouble…”  Note 3: WAER concept: a drone that drops in non-stop flights pocket water purifiers. It is a light action over the flood, and it is always the same all over the world of floods e.g. a pocket water purifier….It is like it was raining (the source of water SIWI)  d) 4 Ps rule:  A marketing theorist like Kotler shaped the concept of 4Ps: Price, Promotion, People and Product. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 38. WORLDWIDE GLOBAL WATER AERO EMERGENCY DRONE SERVICE 2 OZ POCKET WATER PURIFIERS DROPPED DRONE PROJECT ORGANIZATION CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 39. THE BUSINESS MODEL BUILDING BLOCKS • TO SERVE THE 4BNS WITHOUT WATER OR ADEQUATE SANITATION HEALTH (the real figure 80% x 4 bns: 3.2 bns) AIR RAND PROJECT WAER Retails Education Emergency Diversification Integration Business Stategy -Warehousing -airline meals -Duty free-goods Existing business Negotiating aircraft access to bases worldwide Production on forecasts Low inventory Speedy-supply chain Lean manufacturing WORLDCO Industries The capacity building of the Water Aero Emergency Relief: WAER PLATFORM WAER Combines Several businesses GS RADJOU Platform [BN: BILLIONS] CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 40. DRONE GLOBAL ORGANIZATION PROJECT GOAL  COPING WITH EXTREMES I.E. RAPID RESPONSE UNIT TO REPLACE 3 WATER FAILURES IN RISK ZONES ? DISASTER OR RISK ZONES.  1) TRADITIONAL WATER TRUCKING,  2) SECUNDARY WATER RESOURCES  3) ALTERNATIVE WATER SUPPLY CHAIN CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 41. THE RACE AGAINST DISASTERS RAPID RESPONSE UNIT 70 COUNTRIES 33 SERVICES COMPATIBILITY WITH HUMANITARIAN DISASTER 200 COUNTRIES « PROJECT WAER » APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY WATER TRUCKING MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS) FINANCING AND BUDGETING THE FULL PICTURE OF THE PROJECT GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 42. MULTICHANNEL PRODUCTS OFFER & DISTRIBUTION MASS CONSUMER BASE Local Contact Non Exclusive distributor Branch Store Remote contact Mail contact Internet contact Call Center Relational data bases Supply base (products line ) Related services Manufacturing After sales service Sourcing Demand Supply Delivery Demand Purchase Supply / Sales Secondary Relationship Order market Source: Operation management Dr. Schallenbaum, IIM-CNAM CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 43. OPERATIONAL UNITS  THE DRONE WAREHOUSE  AND ELEMENTARY UNIT FOR OPERABILITY CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 44. WHAT IS A BASE • [PRINCIPAL+AGENT] BASES Local, Regional, National or neibouring airports or bases either civilians or militarian With Weather Station For information transmissions Shops A truck can be a base Drone Land base Weather Satellite Dectection disaster FLOOD Sea Drone base A tower can be A base Municipality services Capacity builders People at risk ERST ERST Flood surveys RFID +TAGS Shelter (AP) Safety road During a flood, People Houses are shelters. The Aids go to them from the airspace (AP) Assembly Points Forcast Production Assembly Water elevations Data captures 2m 2m Historical Flood database Bases Transmission stations drones GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 45. ENHANCING COOPERATION- MIS AND ICT INTEGRATION ERST MOBILE PHONE RFID …. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 46. WAER AIR WORLD RAND Risk Risks WP • WAER TECHNOLOGIES • ERST (OR POND SURVEYING) • RFID AND TAGGING SYSTEM • MOBILE PHONE SYSTEM Base Detection Weather Forecast Hurricane Flood Forecast Flood Base region Water purifiers (WP) Aircrafts (A)Local Region International Theory of corrridors Base warehousing Water purifiers Production Evacuation Shelter people Retails Drones Transmission ERST RFID MOBILE Politics Distance Oil price Aircraft size authorisation GVT TestsTest GS RADJOU DRONE WP+ A Risk Test CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 47. DECISION MAKIG PROCESS  CHAIN OF LOGIC FOR DRONE INTERVENTION IS BASED ON THE MONITORING WATER PONDS-  FROM A SATELLITE (2005) OR FROM A DRONE (2014) ''GOOGLE'' (?) SOLAR AIRCRAFT (2014)  Risk- cache (2005)  Risk- uncertainties (2014) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 48. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WATER LEVELS AND DEGREE OF INTERVENTIONTO HELP PEOPLE AT RISK • SET OF ASSUMPTIONS N°1 • IT DEPENS OF THE WAY YOU SEE THINGS OR THE CHICKEN TECHNICS OR POLITICS A = a1 x a2 CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 49. QUESTION 1 & 2 • PREPARADNESS q1 = Preparadness ? yes no Process 1 q2 = Cache ? Elevation= Altitude shown on the map Highest point Cache can be seen as: -Political -Technical -Administrative -Social -Relational -Resources -Risk synonymous Process 2 = WAER yes 2 no 2 TOWARD QUESTION 3, (next slide) -narrative -mapping -road -money -power -etc. Emergency evacuation People moves to shelters On high points GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 50. QUESTION 3 & 4 • WAER AND SURVIVAL STRAW (purifier) Yes 3 (WEAR) Process 2 (WAER) Standby Aircrafts -invisible plane -helicopter -ULM -balloon -drones Process 3 X< elevation< E Whatever the elevation of the water between the reference level x and Maximum elevation E, the plan WAER is activated (not in standby). No water Trucking because of flood/block roads WAER activated no [4,5] q3 :Survival products Survival products -water tablets -handy hygienic products -survival food -tents and blankets -survival matches -insect repellants q4 = survival retails ? Process 4 Survival on local public or private Infrastructures. Looting risks yes no Water purifier straw Weather forecast GS RADJOU To question 6 and 5 see next slide CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 51. QUESTION 5, 6 & 7 • HURRICANE STRENGTH • Weather Forecast observations q6= hurricane/Flood? Process 6 Water trucking WAER yes WAER X<elevation<E no X-E<elevation<x Trucking/Pumping,etc 8,10 no q5:que faire? Dead end yes Observation Cache (Risks) q7 = logistic? Process 7 no 7 Yes 7X? X<elevation<x+nE GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 52. MODEL OF WATER DRONE SUPPLY CHAIN  SINGLE PROJECT-  DRONE WORKING ALONE IN ISOLATION- SELF NAVIGATION WITH INBOARD NAVIGATIONAL ELEMENTS OR OPERATED CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 53. PROJECT INTEGRATION DRONE PROJECT FOR HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS- SINGLE PROJECT AND PROJECT GROUPING CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 54. WAER SINGLE PROJECT • WATER PURIFIER+DRONE GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 55. THE WATER AID CHOICE TRADITIONAL VERSUS INNOVATION AID SYSTEM SOLUTIONS DURING GOOD WEATHER (AFTER FLOODING) INTERNATIONAL AIDS WAER AIDS WATER TRUCKING AERO WATER SUPPLY AID SYSTEM SOLUTIONS DURING BAD WEA THER (FLOOD DISASTER) REFILL OF WATER PURIFIER FROM AIRCRA FTS PONDS PIPELINING (RESERVOIRS) TREE PLANTING Tree Planting stopped During a disasterGS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 56. PROJECT INTEGRATION DRONE PROJECT FOR HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS- SINGLE PROJECT AND FULL INTERGATION OF THE DRONE SERVICE IN THE WHOLE INFRASTRUCTURE TO MANAGE A DISASTER IN RISK ZONE CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 57. WAER PBS PRODUCT BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE THE CHOICE TRADITIONAL AIDS WAER AIDS WAER SYSTEM TREE PLANTINGPIPELININGWATER TRUCKING FOOD AND WATER AERO SUPPLY 2OZ POCKET WATER PURIFIER AIRCRAFTS DROME SYSTEM HELICOPTER LIGHT AIRPLANE DROMES D1 D2 D3 CATAPULT BASES SEA BASE AIR BASE TREES TOOLSWATER PUMPS RESERVOIRS x BAD WEATHER CONDITIONS DISABLE DURING FLOODS WAER ENABLING DURING FLOOD GS RADJOU WAER PRODUCT BREAK DOWN STRUCTURE DURING A FLOOD CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 58. PRACTICALLY, IT IS A NON STOP FLY BY ASSISTED OR SELF- NAVIGATIONAL AUTONOMOUS DRONE FROM THE COLLECTION SITE TO THE AIR DROP SITE  Delivery with helicopters CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 59. ONE WAY TO CARRY HELP IN THE DISASTER ZONES IS THE BUSINESS OF WATER SUPPLY FROM THE AIR. WATER PURIFIER CAN BE DROPPED. Source internet GS RADJOU WAER CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 60. AERO-EMERGENCY SERVICE • NON -STOP FLIGHTS AIRCRAFT CARRIER WATER PURIFIER DROP AREA WATER PURIFIER CARRIER FLIGHT PATH STOP OVER THE AIRCRAFT CARRIER TO REFILL WITH WATER PURIFIERS GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 61. Delivery with helicopters  Next slide imagine the helicopters are replaced by drones-  a drone can fly in harsh weather conditions (Hurricanes...) for over 20 hours in autonomy-  For an helicopter it is impossible-  A plane with the pilot scan fly 2 hours in storm. CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 62. ORGANIZATION- PLANNING  RACE AGAINST POVERTY-REDUCE VULNERABILITIES  (ALTERNATIVE TO DAM ENGINEERING AND BEYOND- OR RECOMMENDATIONS IN EXTREMES) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 63. WAER WATER PUMPING GREENING AQUEDUC RACE AGAINST DISASTERS WATER TRUCKING Faster way a « Water Aero Emergency Relief » Ordinary relief is uneffective on the ground of road blocks GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 64. FLOOD TIMING DURING THE PROJECT • DIVERSITY SYSTEM • INTEGRATION (symbols) SURGE WATER AREA RISK AREANO RISK AREA NO RISK AREA FLOOD FLOOD WATER TRUCKING W.A.E.R. WAR Landslides X X X Yes X No X GS RADJOU Hurricanerain HOWTOREADTHEINTERVENTION CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 65. EXTREME EVENTS IN CITIES  CASE OF HUMBOLD (USA CITY)  THE CRISIS- LESSON LEARNED FROM KATARINA (2005) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 66. A lesson learnt from Katarina • Impact of flood on economic revenues Flood Predicted period Time (t)t° R2 t²t¹ Loss of revenues R1 (R) ∆R Disaster Recovery period Post-disaster Recovery period ∆t²¹ GS RADJOU There is a loss of economic revenues during the period outside the flood because of the disorganization of social and economic Activities The initial revnue will Normally catch-up after A certain period of time (T2-T1) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 67. LAWS PROJECT (2005-2014) USE OF DRONES IN HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS  RULE 1- RECOGNIZE WATER IS THE RULE OF THUMB OF SURVIVAL  SOLUTION AGAINST VULNERABILITY- AIR WATER SUPPLY CHAIN. A DRONE IN NONE STOP FLY OVER THE FLOOD ZONE / RISK ZONE) TO DROP WATER PURIFIERS AND OTHER URGENT HEALTH PLANS CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 68. A deliverable as a process • Deliverable Deliverable Delivery Process Labours Those who make The work of processing The deliverable Inputs: -Facts, figures, -knowledge, -know-how, -meeting, -electoral process -….... Outputs -executive order -memorandum -leaflets -licence -autorisation -……..Feed-back (ε) In experiencing a disaster management system how do you had a time value to the organistion ? Making a deliverable has a cost ? Also, it is a communication act that convey meaning and understanding We are typically in the builder paradox: quality, time and speed. Which factors do you favour at detriment of the others? GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 69. Fig. 13 Water Aero Emergency Relief Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) WAER WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE (WBS) FIND A BASE ASSEMBLE THE AIRCRAFT WITH THE POCKET WATER PURIFIER DROP THE WATER PURIFIER OVER THE POND GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 70. • WAER Drones OTHERS* WATER PUMPING REGIONAL Humanitarian offices: (Platform and bases) PARTNERS (EAST) Headquarters Hyogo/California Pocket Water Purifier Traditional Humanitarian actions PARTNERS (WEST) International community DIVERSIFICATION AND MULTILATERALISM DOWNSTREAM INTEGRATION GS RADJOU Benefits for WAER Technology falls Economy of scales WAER proceeds through outsourcing, networking, Capacity building and partnering (*)Others: -aircrafts -helicopters -ULM -Scaffolders -barges -canals -reservoirs MIS+ TECHs ERST RFID Tagging Mobile phone Websites Google search A Drone With pocket Water purifiers Resolution Mandate CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 71. PROJECT GROUPING  DRONE SERVICE INTEGRATION IN THE RISK EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OF HUMBOLD CITY CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 72. OES NEWS TV Stations Local Radio Cable TV WMO Web DIRECTOR OFFICE Humboldt Resident Foreigners Visitors Transmitted Activated EAS Message Emergency 9-1-1 NOAA Weather Radio stations NWS TSUNAMI CODE OR LIVE -start time :10AM15 -48 contiguous states TEST STARTSACTIVATION And TEST analysis USER VIEWPOINT TEST TRANSMISSION retransmissiontransmission Standard Alert tone (before Message) Humboldt deaf residents TV text crawl (test is not Written) NOAA EASACTIVATEEASSTANDBY OPENCAPTIONPUBLICSERVICE NWSTSUNAMIACTIVATIONTESTBOX OES Coordination Maintanance Emergency Plan Test Test GEOSS Disaster Test line tsunami Activation sequence CRAWLER GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 73. PILOT TEST CITY OF HUMBOLDT • Emergency Alert System PUBLIC EDUCATION OUTREACH CAMPAIGN DISASTER 48 NEIGHBOURING STATES HUMBOLDT EAS http://www.weather.gov/tsunamitest.php. GS RADJOU Source: Internet Disasbled people Non English Speaking People CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 74. DRONE PROJECT COST APPRAISAL BUSINESS FINANCING  2- OPTIONS AND A WEIGHTED SOLUTION  SHORT TERM FINANCING-BENEFIT COST ANALYSIS (BCA) CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 75. RISK ASSESSMENT • TREE SCHEME CHOICE EVENT (Cost , Grade, weight)(A) (Cost , Prob, weight)(B) A B GS RADJOU CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 76. 30,08%Net Return % 30 078Net Gain (Loss) 130 0785-Year Closing Balance 130 0786 6645,40%123 4135 123 4136 3235,40%117 0914 117 0915 9995,40%111 0923 111 0925 6925,40%105 4002 105 4005 4005,40%100 0001 Closing BalanceGrossReturnOpening BalanceY/C Investment Model for 5 years (one country or 5 countries (for one year) GS RADJOU Hurdle rate:5.40% Basic interst rate Earned on a saving account CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 77. Georges RADJOU CEO MBA DUPEBH http://fr.slideshare.net/gsradjou BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014
  • 78. THANK YOU ‘’YES’’ TO DRONE PROJECT AS AUTONOMOUS NOT LETHAL WEAPO IF NOT, IT IS A ‘’NO’’ CCW CONFERENCE GENEVA MAY 13- MAY 16, 2014