The 14th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM 2017) took place at Albi, Occitanie Pyrénées-Méditerranée, France 21-24 of May 2017. The conference aims at exploring all dimensions of Information System domains to improve and contribute to Crisis and Disaster Management. Each article presented during the ISCRAM conference must cover both “Information Systems” and “Crisis and Disaster Management” research.
3 research papers submitted by the iTRACK consortium partners were accepted by ISCRAM
iTRACK project has been represented at the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) 28th Annual Conference which took place at Hyatt Regency Bellevue Seattle, Washington, USA between 5th -8th of May 2017.
The latest project meeting has been mentioned in a Press Release publihed by the Hanken School of Economics (one of the project partners) The prsee release is written by Gyöngyi Kovács
The full text is available here
iTRACK project invites you to attend the CNRS THEMATIC SCHOOL ON "SOCIAL NETWORKS & CRISIS MANAGEMENT", which will take place at Telecom ParisTech's main location: 46 Rue Barrault 75013 Paris between 15th to 19th of May 2017
The Spring School involves both technical (information related) and social fields It targets a mixed public and aim at mobilizing the mixed competences & backgrounds from Spring School attendants & contributors in order to promote collaborative aspects. The thematic school is supported by the CNRS and the ISCRAM association.
The new project achievement is here! Architecture and Design Specifications deliverable, has been successfully submitted to the EC.
Project presentation has been given to different organizations in Japan in the frame of visit by Norwegian Minister of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, Ms. Monica Mæland to Japan (23-26 January 2017) and within the delegation accompanying it.
Hanken & WFP attended the Helsinki Conference on Supporting Syrians and the Region, which took place in Helsinki, finland on the 24th of January 2017. iTRACK was referred to in the public discussions only
Kenny Meesters, Yan Wang (TUD) gave an oral presentation about the project to around 30 representatives from the scientific community. The event took place on the 6th of January 2017 at the Institute of Disaster Prevention, Beijing, China.
Project presentation has been given by Teknova AS in the frame of international networking activities: IEEE embedded Vision steering committee in USA, and euRobotics
Project presentation has been given by Teknova AS in the frame of networking activities in Norway: representatives from East Agder and West Agder Counties, SINTEF and different industries in Norway.
iTRACK partner Gerardo Glorioso (TREE) gave a presentation at the IDI Week in Treelogic central office, which took place during the IDI Week 2016, in Asturias, Spain on the 21st of November 2016.
iTrack project has been presented by Kenny Meesters and Yan Wang (TUD) at the national institute for earth physics at Bucharest, Romania.
The presentation reached around 40 representatives from scientific community.
After several months of discussing and updating our application for approval of the iTRACK research by TUDelft’s ethical committee, we finally got the approval. As informed earlier, all research activities of all partners had been included in the last version of the proposal and the project’s risk analysis/self assessment.
iTRACK project has been announced in the Trilateral Research Crisis Team newsletter.
Julia Muraszkiewicz from Trilateral Research Ltd published a project related press release at the organisation website
On 4 October 2016, as part of the GDPR Workshop series, the Brussels Privacy Hub hosted a workshop on implementation of the EU GDPR and Privacy Impact Assessment. Trilateral delivered a presentation which explored the methodology for an Ethics and Privacy Impact Assessment used in iTRACK. The event was attended by a wide range of stakeholders (around 25) from the humanitarian community, academia, private sector and the technology industry.
iTRACK will have their next meeting in The Hague on November 10-11, the project will initiate Ethical and privacy issues workshop let by Trilateral Research Ltd
The European research project iTRACK was successfully launched in May 2016. The project brings together academics, innovators and end users to build the next generation intelligent tracking platform to provide better protection for civilian humanitarian missions. The iTRACK approach combines technology development with process and policy innovation to address real-world practices of humanitarian aid workers.
The ISCRAM conference aims at exploring all dimensions of Information System domain to improve and contribute to Crisis and Disaster Management. The scope is by far incredibly wide, which makes one of the main attractive features of ISCRAM conference: “Information System” includes social, psychological, organizational, technological (and many others) aspects, while “Crisis and Disaster Management” refers to all kind of events that affects significantly human kind, from natural disasters to terrorist attacks via all types of accidents. Each and every article presented during ISCRAM conference must have one “Information System” component and one “Crisis and Disaster Management” component.
The 48th ISAGA Conference on Simulation Games for Sustainable Cities and Smart Infrastructures will take place in Delft, The Netherlands, close to The Hague, Rotterdam, and Amsterdam on the July 10 - July 14, 2017
The even arranged in cooperation with Saganet – Simulation and Gaming Association The Netherlands
For updates and further information visit www.isaga2017.com