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DRH

  1. 1. What is DRH?
  2. 2. DRH is ….. Database for DRR “Implementation Technology” Consisting of 3 elements: Products + Process + Wisdom = IOT PT TIK Implementation Transferable Process Technology Oriented Technology Indigenous Knowledge
  3. 3. What can I do in DRH?
  4. 4. You can see contents! You can submit contents! You can discuss You can introduce your contents! website! and You can access conceptual & scientific basis of DRH
  5. 5. How can I access DRH?
  6. 6. disaster reduction hyperbase Click
  7. 7. Click
  8. 8. http://drh.edm.bosai.go.jp/
  9. 9. Let me have a look at some DRH contents !
  10. 10. IOT (Implementation Oriented Technology) Products from modern R&D that are practiced under clear implementation strategies
  11. 11. (IOT) / DRH 41: Seismic Retrofitting for School Buildings in Japan- Publication of a Reference Book -
  12. 12. PT (Process Technology) Know-how for implementation and practice, capacity building and social development for knowledge ownership
  13. 13. (PT) / DRH 22: Process for community acceptance of earthquake technology --- UNCRD Experiences applying NSET Approach of Shaking-table Demonstration ---
  14. 14. TIK (Transferable Indigenous Knowledge) Traditional art of disaster reduction that is indigenous to specific region (s) but having potential to be applied to other regions and having time-tested reliability
  15. 15. (TIK) / DRH 44: Dujiangyan Project (Chinese traditional art of preventing flood disaster)
  16. 16. Message to the users
  17. 17. * Expected users of DRH (info users) (T&K users) (Scientific basis) * direct users of the technologies/knowledge * users of information in DRH We welcome your active participation !
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