Think Through Disaster Response Before You Need To with STAR-TIDES

The annual STAR-TIDES event is running 20-21 October, this time online.

I’m participating in a panel focused on improving resiliency across the many stovepipes of response in crisis.

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STAR-TIDES is a global knowledge-sharing network that focuses on building sustainable resilience, promoting human security (freedom from want and freedom from fear), and creating life-changing social and economic activities.

STAR-TIDES is a community. The name stands for Sharing To Accelerate Research – Transformative Innovation for Development and Emergency Support. In the past STAR-TIDES has been instrumental in working with numerous real-world events, from Cyclones Sidr in Bangladesh (2007), Nargis in Myanmar (2008), and Pam in Vanuatu (2015), to the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the 2011 great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, and Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda in the Philippines (2013), the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, and Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico in 2017.

Details of the coming event are at: https://star-tides.net/events-projects-teams.  The event aims to be valuable to members of the national defense, security, emergency response, and sustainable resilience communities.

I am moderating an event at STAR TIDES that focuses on resilience. Panelists at this event include:

  • Michael Tanji of the Global Cyber Alliance
  • Declan Kirrane of Intelligence in Science
  • Clare Lockhart of the Institute for State Effectiveness

Please join us and learn how you can contribute to disaster response before the next one hits.

For more and to register see: The STAR-TIDES Event

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Artificial Intelligence Companies – A fast overview of Artificial Intelligence companies we believe are poised to cause the most positive disruption in the enterprise.

Big Data Companies – Reference to the greatest, most disruptive Big Data companies in the tech ecosystem.

Business Intelligence Companies – We assess these to be the Business Intelligence Companies most impactful for delivering real decision advantage.

Cybersecurity Companies – We apply our deep expertise in cybersecurity to assessing the best across multiple categories including:

Cloud Computing Companies – We include both platform and software as a service providers, capturing only the most innovative and disruptive.

Collaborative Tool Companies – These are the firms that help humans connect to humans to create, manage and lead.

Infrastructure Companies – Critical enterprise foundations for business agility.

IoT Companies – Internet of Things and Industrial Internet of Things are here. How do you manage them?

Mobile Companies – Help manage, configure, secure and optimize these very powerful capabilities.

Robotics Companies – Including innovations in Robotic Process Automation, Drones, and industrial robotics.

Services Companies – We only track a few, the ones we really know well.

Tech Titans – These are the big players. We track the tech titans closely since their capabilities change continuously.

VC, PE and Finance Companies – Keeping an eye on the investors can give indications of coming developments.

You can also use our topical pages to get up to speed quickly on the current status of the major megatrends. See our pages on Cloud ComputingArtificial IntelligenceMobilityBig DataRoboticsInternet of ThingsCybersecurity and Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies.

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