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  • 1. New Technologies and Methods for Sustaining Key Communications During and Post Disaster A Case Study from Typhoon Haiyan
  • 2. Andrew Schroeder Director of Research and Analysis Direct Relief (www.directrelief.org) Brian Fishman Disaster Relief | Humanitarian Response | Resilience Palantir Technologies (www.palantir.com)
  • 3. Implementing Partnerships: Local National International Coordination and Analytics Technology Development
  • 4. Who needs help? What kind? How much? Where? Have needs been met? Have needs changed?
  • 5. Four Smaller Parts of the Big Problem: 1. Damaged networks impede real- time digital data collection. 2. Coordination and data sharing either fails to occur or occurs intermittently in face-to-face meetings. 3. Field data collection is not linked directly to open public data. 4. Evaluation occurs after the fact, not continuously.
  • 6. 1. Remote Data Collection
  • 7. Typhoon Haiyan Deployment: inReachSE by Delorme • Delorme InReach • Satellite-connected SMS using the Iridium network • Drop-down data forms populate 160- character messages • Palantir parses messages into objects • Common data framework • Integrated with mobile and web- based data collection • Open APIs allow for rapid and flexible deployment at scale
  • 8. 2. Real-Time Coordination
  • 9. 3. Open Data Integration
  • 10. 4. Continuous Evaluation
  • 11. Bantayan Island, PH
  • 12. Lessons Learned
  • 13. THE GOOD • Technology works off the shelf • Three Dimensional Collaboration • Horizontal: across organizations • Vertical: operations and strategy • Temporal: Planning, response, and recovery • Lack of connectivity does not need to limit real-time coordination THE HARD • Crisis coalition-building is difficult • Need to establish programmatic mechanisms to utilize data • Clear vision for data-sharing • Ontology design • Collaboration between international and host-nation NGOs and the private sector
  • 14. Thank you. Andrew Schroeder (aschroeder@directrelief.org) Brian Fishman (bfishman@palantir.com)

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