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Anytown
16 May 2013
Matthew Hogan
London Resilience Team
www.londonprepared.gov.uk | @London_Preapred
London = Complex
Simplification aids understanding
Existing Models = Too complex for whole
system understanding
Further si...
Data Processing
Data Gathering
Workshops
Visualisation
Shared
Understanding
Analysis
Research
Emergency Services
& Military
Health
Telecommunications
Environment
Local Authorities &
Business
Transport
Energy
Water
Health
Sector
Local
Authorities
and
Businesses
Climate and
Environment Sector
Transport
Sector
Emergency
Services
Sector
U...
Next Steps & Further Information
Contact Matthew.Hogan@london.gov.uk
Engage with London Resilience Team
www.londonprepared...
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Anytown - Infrastructure Interdependencies and Resilience

A project looking at developing awareness and cognisance of the effect of infrastructure interdependencies on resilience and climate change adaptation

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Anytown - Infrastructure Interdependencies and Resilience

  1. 1. Anytown 16 May 2013 Matthew Hogan London Resilience Team www.londonprepared.gov.uk | @London_Preapred
  2. 2. London = Complex Simplification aids understanding Existing Models = Too complex for whole system understanding Further simplification needed Anytown
  3. 3. Data Processing Data Gathering Workshops Visualisation Shared Understanding Analysis Research
  4. 4. Emergency Services & Military Health Telecommunications Environment Local Authorities & Business Transport Energy Water
  5. 5. Health Sector Local Authorities and Businesses Climate and Environment Sector Transport Sector Emergency Services Sector Utilities Sector Trains Stop (5 mins) Loss of Passenger Info Systems Emergency Generator Systems kick in Likely changes in demand profile Emergency Generator Systems kick in Acute Primary & Community Impact on Community Water Electricity TelecomsHealth and Safety issues Revert manual systems Safety issues for nursing and residential care Comms difficulties with fleet Variability in mortuary business continuity plans Monitoring equipment affected Loss of electronic transactions and ability to obtain cash from ATMs Distress for MH patients H&S issues for schools Failure of automatic flood protection systems Continuity of cold chain drug storage Potential rise in admissions (vulnerable) Retail fuel stops Rise in food safety incidents Impact to water pumping (mains) Potential water pumping issues in buildings Potential water quality issues Security barriers and theft prevention systems fail Staff H&S issues Challenges communicating with oncoming staff Cessation of elective and non- emergency cases Challenges to some diagnostic services VOIP, DECT and Internet likely to fail Mobile base stations fail (hours) Increased fixed line demand Implementation of demand management Unable to recharge mobile phones and Airwave terminalsElectricity Failure Relocation to alternative sites Additional problems may be caused by limitations of working during natural light Unable to send Flood Alert notifications Trapped passengers Reduced ability to heat/cool home Dependencies on equipment at home Impacts on national transport Airport diversion possible Likely changes in demand profile Limited train service resumes Potential for public disorder incidents Possibly unable to retrieve electronic data Impacts to manufacturing, banking and leisure Difficulties in communicating between schools and parents Large scale evacuation or shelter may be required Mutual aid to provide alternative supply Challenges in communicating with residents and businesses
  6. 6. Next Steps & Further Information Contact Matthew.Hogan@london.gov.uk Engage with London Resilience Team www.londonprepared.gov.uk Twitter: @London_Prepared Facebook: LondonPrepared Further high level mapping for other sectors Community impact mapping Enhanced data analysis Development of advanced visualisations Implement responder and community applications

A project looking at developing awareness and cognisance of the effect of infrastructure interdependencies on resilience and climate change adaptation

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