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Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
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Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection
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Torino, 07/05/2012, seminar: Disaster 2.0: Are we ready?

Torino, 07/05/2012, seminar: Disaster 2.0: Are we ready?

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  • 1. Disaster 2.0: Are we ready?Torino, 07/05/2012 Civil Defence 2.0 = human protection Massimo Lanfranco University of Torino Strategic Sciences Doctoral School OpenResilience
  • 2. In peace, wise man prepares war Quintus Horatius Flaccus
  • 3. AGENDA WARWORLD ISCHANGING CIVIL DEFENCE WEB 2.0 HUMAN SECURITY
  • 4. WAR HAS CHANGEDNATO spectrum of operations
  • 5. CIVIL DEFENCE HAS CHANGED London after bombing, 1941 (Encyclopedia Britannica)
  • 6. ICT is the trigger rma vgiweb 2.0 is the Goodchild (2007) Citizens as sensors: the world of volunteered geography present
  • 7. human securityThe traditional goal of ‘national security’ has been the defence of the state from external threats. The focus of human security, by contrast, is the protection of individuals Human Security Report 2005: war and peace in 21st Century. Human Security Centre (University of British Columbia) http://www.iidh.ed.cr/multic/DefaultIIDHSeguridadEN.aspx
  • 8. A wider approach CIVIL DEFENCEModificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 9. A wider approach CIVIL disasters disasters DEFENCEModificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 10. A wider approach CIVIL CIV disast disasters disas disasters DEFENCE DEFE Homeland securityModificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 11. A wider approach Civilcontingenciesmanagement CIVIL CIV disas disast disasters disas disasters DEFENCE DEFE Homeland securityModificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 12. A wider approach Civilcontingenciesmanagement CIVIL VIL CIV disas disast disasters sters disas disasters sters DEFENCE DEFE ENCE Business Homeland continuity securityModificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 13. A wider approach Civil Criticalcontingencies infrastructuresmanagement CIVIL VIL CIV disasters disast disasters sters disas disasters sters DEFENCE DEFENCE ENCE Business Homeland continuity securityModificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 14. A wider approach Civil Criticalcontingencies infrastructuresmanagement CIVIL VIL CIV disasters disast disasters sters disas disasters sters DEFENCE DEFENCE ENCE Business Homeland continuity security Complex emergenciesModificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 15. A wider approach Civil protection Civil Criticalcontingencies infrastructuresmanagement CIVIL VIL CIV disasters disast disasters sters disas disasters sters DEFENCE DEFENCE ENCE Business Homeland continuity security Complex emergenciesModificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 16. disasters Civil Emergency Humanitarian Protection Cooperation Assistance cross–cutting strategy Firefighters Volunteers Armed ForcesModificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 17. continuum of operationsweb 2.0 / 3.0 humanitarian relief CIMIC natural disasters GPS mobile Civil protection terrorism complex emergenciesCivil defence resilience radio
  • 18. a new paradigm REAL TIMEINFORMATION the CNN effect
  • 19. who / what / where /when• Organizations • local / global Civil Protection Department backdoor Prefectures Piemonte / Liguria Regions Sicily / Val d’Aosta Provinces Germany Municipalities Armenia NATO Libia European Union Japan United Nations Somalia• Activities • 24/7/365 Weather forecast ASAP Meteo advice all-around-the-clock Events early warning Always on Sunday! Relief coordination Assistance calls Damage assess Geomorphic processes survey
  • 20. burning!
  • 21. disasters cycle vs conflicts helix
  • 22. Wars in 1946 - 2011http://www.systemicpeace.org/conflict.htm
  • 23. Humanitarian crisis in 2010
  • 24. Natural disaster vs terrorist attacks Iraqi war RAND Database of Worldwide Terrorism IncidentsEEA (2010) Mapping the impacts of naturalhazards and technical accidents in Europe
  • 25. citizens sensorspractitioners and scholars
  • 26. VOLUNTEERS Civil protection volunteers, mudshovels (except for web 2.0 addicted), but well known…Technical volunteers,prepared,but still unknown …
  • 27. crisis room TODAY Varazze, 06/10/2010TOMORROW Torino, 29/10/2011
  • 28. THE END STATE CERTIFIED MOBILE DEVICES LINKED IN REAL TIME TO CRISIS ROOMALICE EU JRC CRISIS ROOM
  • 29. Alexander (2011) Modificato da Alexander (2011)
  • 30. from C2 to C4ICommand and control (C2)The exercise of authority and direction by a properlydesignated commander over assigned and attached forces inthe accomplishment of the mission.Command and control functions are performed through anarrangement of personnel, equipment, communications,facilities, and procedures employed by a commander inplanning, directing, coordinating, and controlling forces andoperations in the accomplishment of the mission.NATO SOP C4I stands for "Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence"
  • 31. ISTARISTAR stands for Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition,and Reconnaissance.ISTAR links several battlefield functions together to assist a combat force inemploying its sensors and managing the information they gatherInformation is collected on the battlefield through soldiers and a variety ofelectronic sensors. Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissanceare methods of obtaining this information. The information is then passed tointelligence personnel for analysis, and then to the commander and his staff forthe formulation of battle plans. Intelligence is processed information.ISTAR is the process of integrating the intelligence process with surveillance,target acquisition and reconnaissance tasks in order to improve situationalawareness and consequently decision making.
  • 32. civil defence goes social …and become human protectionDiscussion?

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