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  • 1. The world occurs because it is communicated Umberto GalimbertiOpen ResilienceUnderstanding Risks. Building a better world.
  • 2. It is about....
  • 3. EMERGENCY WEB 2.0Open Resilience 3
  • 4. Web changes communications http://www.flickr.com/photos/photodavid/
  • 5. TestoWeb changes emergency
  • 6. TestoRisks do not change
  • 7. Open Resilience
  • 8. Open Resilience isA research network sperimenting web 2.0/3.0 andmobile solutions to better manage risk prevention andemergency, in a collaborative and sharing perspective. Open Resilience 8
  • 9. web 2.0 / 3.0 risks prevention collaboration & mobile sharing emergency managementOpen Resilience 9
  • 10. ApproachOpen Resilience 10
  • 11. Approach | Risk & Emergency Subsidiarity Resilience Prevention Principles that positively «The aim is to shift from a The result is a flourishing value communities and largely local authority and non-market sector of what comes out in terms of emergency services agenda information, knowledge, and local response to citizens to involvement of the public cultural production, based in needs. and business community - the networked environment, The aim is to increase the so to increase the capacity and applied to anything that usercitizenslocal-bodies of citizens and businesses the many individuals responsibility and proactive to take more responsibility for connected to it can imagine. attitude. their own risk management.» Yochai Benkler UEPeopleUsersCitizensOperators ...in face of disastersPeople is the Key - We are the Key Abruzzo Emergency - Roio Piano Rescue CampOpen Resilience 11
  • 12. Approach | Web 2.0 OpenFreeCloud Social Collaboration Distributed technologies Web 2.0 Social network: a The result is a flourishing [web & mobile] built to social structure made up of nonmarket sector of integrate, that collectively individualsorganizations information, knowledge, and transform mass participation (nodes, which are connected cultural production, based in into valuable outcomes. by one or more specific the networked environment, types of interdependency: and applied to anything that Ross Dawson. friendship, common interest, the many individuals Future Exploration Network financial exchange... or connected to it can imagine. relationships of beliefs, Yochai Benkler knowledge or prestige. The Wealth of Networks WikipediaPeople is the Key - We are the KeyOpen Resilience 12
  • 13. «The Times They Are a-Changin»Open Resilience 13
  • 14. The Challenge is to convert... tric s ols cen vice y to rk- de nc are two » & use rge le se «ne rms ady me eop d to u e p tfo e alre me pla pl sto peo a ccuOpen Resilience 14
  • 15. The Challenge is to move... ess ven sin ch dri t bu roa ial en oc itm m a app as m fro en to om driv cOpen Resilience 15
  • 16. The Challenge is Sustainability... ake use te e-m re- ibu mr to tr fro on &c of software & web applicationsOpen Resilience 16
  • 17. The Challenge is distributed knowledge dge & ing wle erts no xp arn s & mk ye to le ork aring fro d b s etw ge sh ne élite n d ow wle knoOpen Resilience 17
  • 18. The Challenge is web standards... pdf x mlOpen Resilience 18
  • 19. The Challenge is to switch... al» ive n ion ion ot at act tio em cip « ti pro ora ar lab p colOpen Resilience 19
  • 20. FrameworkOpen Resilience 20
  • 21. The 2.0 Actors Institutions Communications Volunteers ss Ma ne na d are emg ep Risk en Pr t Relief Media CitizensOpen Resilience
  • 22. 2.0 Information Tips Communications geolocazion crowdsourcing ss Ma ne na d are emg ep Risk en Pr t Relief tag & taxonomy data formatOpen Resilience
  • 23. The 2.0 Tools
  • 24. What & HowOpen Resilience 24
  • 25. Actions Collecting Communicating Remote Decision information with the Talk monitoring making from the field populationSend two ways Share SMS to wide Geolocate Training information, Planning groups of information files, images people TrackingCollaboration operators, Update in real Broadcastingin Documents Informing volunteers time video - audio editing teams Open Resilience 25
  • 26. Open Web the web community develops and shares plenty of free and open solutions these solutions are used to work, to entertain, to create, to learn, ... and any solution could be used and useful also for emergency managementOpen Resilience 26
  • 27. Our vision civil protection as a web open network think-tank involving organisations, volunteers, operators, different institutional bodies, media representative training programmes including web and communications issues raising awareness on RSS feed - tagging - collaborative work spaces - geolocation tools - mobile applications... exchange and sharing of knowledge, information, best practices, ... social networking Abruzzo Emergency - EarthquakeOpen Resilience
  • 28. What we do emergency processes and actions analysis in risks scenarios review and analysis of data and information related to emergency, including the format used to distribute and publishing data web & mobile solutions selection and testing implementing pilot projects, defining procedures and guide lines publishing and sharing results, to allow anybody to implement and contribute for further developmentsOpen Resilience 28
  • 29. Are You Ready?
  • 30. Open ResilienceUnderstanding Risks. Building a better world. openresilience@gmail.com @OpenResilience