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The slides provides a brief presentation of the Crisis Response Lab - a research collective located in Gothenburg. Its members represents University of Gothenburg, Viktoria Institute, Chalmers ...

The slides provides a brief presentation of the Crisis Response Lab - a research collective located in Gothenburg. Its members represents University of Gothenburg, Viktoria Institute, Chalmers University.

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  • CRISIS
RESPONSE
LAB
 Improving
IT‐use
for
crisis
response.
 viktoria institute Viktoria
Ins6tute.
Chalmers
University.
University
of
Gothenburg.
Lindholmen
Science
Park:
Security
Arena

  • Crisis
Response
Lab
 Improving
IT‐use
for
crisis
response
by:
 •  Developing
empirical
knowledge
 •  Based
on
proven
methodology
 •  From
in‐depth
field
studies
 •  Materialized
results
in
solid
prototypes
for
real‐world
deployment
 •  In
close
collaboraCon
with
crisis
response
organizaCons
and
soluCons
providers
 •  With
the
explicit
goal
of
ensuring
world‐class
products
for
a
global
market.


  • Overview
 CANDIDATE
PROJECT
CONCEPTS
 R&D
 DESIGN
 ASSESSMENT
 SERVICES
 SERVICES
 SERVICES
 RESEARCH
 NETWORK
OF
PEOPLE

  • RESEARCH
 The
Crisis
Response
Lab
conducts
high
quality
research
in
the
area
of
emergency
 •  and
crisis
response.
We
use
a
qualitaCve
research
approach
with
field‐studies,
 workshops,
interviews
and
document
analysis
as
primary
techniques.

 We
have
extensive
experience
in
studying,
designing
and
evalua6ng
a
range
of
 •  different
applicaCons:
Mobile
incident
support
systems,
Live
Video
BroadcasCng,
 Distributed
dispatch
systems,
Ephemeral
and
persistent
contact
management,
 InteracCve
eventlog
and
formal
documentaCon
systems,
Mashup‐based
map
 systems.
 Our
research
are
presented
and
published
in
peer‐reviewed
research
papers,
 •  reports
and
demos
at
InternaConal
Academic
Conferences
and
InternaConal
 Academic
Journals.
 Research
projects
are
funded
by
NaConal
Research
Funds
and
Government
 •  Agencies
and
EU‐framework
programs
 In
connecCon
to
every
research
project,
we
conduct
research
dissemina6on
 •  workshops
where
the
results
are
presented
and
discussed
with
policy‐makers
and
 pracCConers
in
public
organizaCons
and
industry.

  • R
&
D
SERVICES
 Crisis
Response
Lab
has
experCse
and
resources
to
support,
plan
and
execute
R&D‐ •  oriented
projects
in
close
collabortaion
with
industry
and
public
organizaCons.
 R&D
services
include
but
are
not
limited
to:
 •  Policy
development
 –  Framework
and
infrastructure
design
 –  Concept
development
 –  ApplicaCon
design
 –  Crisis
Response
Lab
offers
R&D
services,
such
as:
forming
project
consorCums,
 •  applying
for
funding,
providing
resources
and
experCse
on
domain
specific
topics.
 Combined
and
larger
R&D
acCvCCes
are
organized
as
projects
that
are
funded
by
 •  NaConal
innovaCon
programs,
EU‐framework
programs,
public‐private
 partnerships.

  • DESIGN
SERVICES
 The
Crisis
Response
Lab
has
extensive
experience
in
transforming
high
quality
 •  research
results
into
design
implicaCons
for
commercial
soluCons.
 We
offer
the
Design
Services
as
a
systemaCc
and
cost‐efficient
approach
for
 •  soluCon
providers
to
radically
improve
their
exisCng
and
future
applicaCons
and
 soluCons
to
target
the
real‐world
needs
in
the
emergency
and
crisis
response
 community.
 Design
services
include
but
are
not
limited
to:
 •  –  Knowledge
Transfer
Workshops
 –  Radical
Design
Workshops
 –  Technology‐specific
Design
Improvement
 The
Design
Services
consist
of
a
structured
process
where
researchers,
in
a
series
 •  of
workshops
work
in
close
collaboraCon
with
concept
designers,
product
 designers,
developers
and
professional
end‐users
to
bring
competeCve
advantage
 to
exisCng
or
future
products.

  • ASSESSMENT
SERVICES
 We
offer
assessment
services
of
new
or
exisCng
applicaCons
and
systems
in
 •  exercise
seZngs
or
as
part
of
everyday
response
work.

 System
assessment
or
evaluaCon
in
real‐world
seZngs
has
proven
to
result
in
 •  fundamental
and
criCcal
knowledge
about
the
strengths
and
weakness
of
an
 applicaCon
or
system.
 Clients
consists
of
public
organizaCons
that
need
expert
second‐opinions
as
part
of
 •  a
procurement
process
or
soluCons
providers
that
need
an
assessment
as
part
of

 pre‐sales
acCviCes.

  • COLLABORATION
 Organiza6ons
we
have
been
involved
with:
 Swedish
Police
 •  Ericsson
 •  Greater
Gothenburg
Fire
&
Rescue
Services
 •  SAAB
 •  Stockholm
Fire
and
Rescue
Services
 •  BAMBUSER
 •  City
of
Gothenburg
 •  Blue
Mobile
Systems
 •  Lilla
Edet
community
 •  Carmenta
 •  Lund
Fire
&
Rescue
Services
 •  PerformIT
 •  Regional
administraCve
Board
Västra
Götaland
 •  Paramedics
Services
Sahlgrenska
University
 •  SAFER
 •  Hospital
 Lindholmen
Science
Park:
Security
Arena
 •  Swedish
NaConal
Road
AuthoriCes
 •  Swedish
Railroad
AuthoriCes
 •  Swedish
Rescue
Agency
 •  Swedish
Emergency
Management
Agency
 •  MSB
Swedish
Civil
ConCngency
Agency
 •  The
Crisis
Reponse
Lab
is
conCnuously
looking
for
collaboraCon
with
other
academic
 research
groups,
industrial
design
groups
and
pracCConers.

  • CANDIDATE
PROJECT
CONCEPTS
 1.  HasCly
Formed
Networks
 15.  Mobile
Live
Video
Services
in
response
work
 2.  Common
OperaCng
picture
 16.  Digital
footprint
exploitaCon
 3.  Temporary
infrastructures
 17.  Social
analyCcs
services
 4.  Mashup‐based
applicaCons
 18.  Market‐based
dispatch
methodology
 5.  Social
socware
for
professional
crisis
response
 19.  InformaCon
appliances
in
sensor
network
 infrastructures
 6.  Quickly
deployable
services
for
bio‐decease
 20.  StandardizaCon
interfaces
for
VerCcal
COP‐ tracking
 applicaCons
 7.  Systems
for
Private
–
Professional
crisis
 21.  Extending
Super‐staConary
systems
with
consumer
 preparedness
collaboraCon
 technologies
 8.  Crisis
communicaCon
on
a
Mass‐scale
 22.  Open‐innovaCon
based
informaCon
systems
 9.  Augmented
reality
in
command
centre
seZngs
 23.  InnovaCon
models
for
public
crisis
response
 10.  Smart‐room
technology
for
command
centre
 infrastructures
 seZngs
 24.  Open
government
informaCon
infrastructures
 11.  Audio‐based
event
reporCng
 25.  Long‐tail
business
models
for
global
system
 12.  Wearable,
Mobile
and
Handheld
technology
for
 deployment
 first
responders
 26.  New
collaboraCve
models
for
research‐driven
 13.  Mobile
phone
based
services
for
crisis
managers
 product

 14.  Tiny
collaboraCve
systems
for
crisis
response
 27.  Service‐based
soluCons
in
crisis
response

  • NETWORK
OF
PEOPLE
 Urban
Nulden,
Associate
Professor,
University
of
Gothenburg.
Fang
Chen,
Assocociate
Professor,
Chalmers.

 Jonas
Landgren,
Assistant
Professor,
University
of
Gothenburg
&
Research
Manager,
Viktoria
InsCtute,
 Fredrik
Bergstrand,
Ph.D‐student,
University
of
Gothenburg,
Anna
Gryszkiewcz,
PhD‐student,
Chalmers.
 Henrik
Andersson,
Student,
University
of
Gothenburg.
Christoffer
Eliasson,
Student,
University
of
Gothenburg.

 viktoria institute
  • Interna6onal
Collabora6on
 The
Crisis
Response
Lab
is
looking
for
internaConal
partnerships
and
research
collaboraCon
 with
foreign
universiCes,
research
insCtutes,
industry
and
public
organizaCons.

 We
are
members
of
the
ISCRAM‐community
(www.iscram.org)
 Contact:
 Jonas
Landgren,

 Research
Manager,
Viktoria
InsCtute
 Assistant
Professor,
University
of
Gothenburg
 jonas.landgren@viktoria.se
:
jonaslandgren.blogspot.com
 viktoria institute