Disaster prevention Reducing the impact of disasters and facilitating recovery through prediction and collaboration
Due to the recent occurrence of many largescale disasters around the world, many players including local governments and corporations are reconsidering disaster prevention strategies. What is required is faster and more accurate assessment and prediction as well as new systems for conveying and sharing information. It is critical to consider what kind of technology and ideas are needed to achieve this. Utilize this event to convey the appeal of your products and services and how they meet the needs of local governments and corporate disaster prevention coordinators seeking new disaster prevention strategies.
|Dates||October 29 (Wed.)-October 31 (Fri.), 2014 (three days)|
|Organizer||Nikkei Business Publications|
|Special cooperation||City of Yokohama|
|Supervision||Nikkei BP Cleantech Institute|
|Cooperation||Nikkei Business, Nikkei Ecology, Nikkei Electronics, Nikkei Computer, Nikkei Monozukuri, Nikkei Automotive Technology, Nikkei Architecture, Nikkei Business Online, Nikkei Technology Online, ITpro, KEN-Platz, Nikkei Business Publications Environmental Management Forum, Nikkei Digital Health, etc.|
Please note that while the above is anticipated, details are subject to change.
- Local government disaster prevention coordinators
- Provincial/prefectural and municipal officials and disaster prevention coordinators from overseas
- Corporate management and crisis management divisions, etc.
- Earthquake resistance solutions
- Disaster information networks
- Map information
- Location information
- Data centers
- Safety confirmation systems
- Disaster recovery
- BCP/SCM etc.