Rescue Related Grand Challenge for Computer Science
The creation and use of task-centric virtual organisations involving
people, government and non-governmental organisations, automated
systems, grid and web services working alongside intelligent robotic,
vehicle, building and environmental systems to respond to very dynamic
events on scales from local to global.
Material related to work on a Grand Challenge for Computer Science
Research that for help, recsue and disaster relief.
- UK Grand Challenges Web Site
- DARPA IPTO
Grand Challenges for Cognitive Systems, Study 2004-5
- Austin Tate, e-Response: Pervasive assistance and emergency
response on all levels: personal, family, organization, local,
regional, national and international,
Disasters - can we save more lives?
Seminar and Discussion on The Indian Ocean Tsunami: causes, effects
and responses at the Royal Museum of Scotland, 3rd February 2005
- The Helpful Environment - geographically dispersed intelligent
agents that collaborate.
Inaugural session speaker for
Observatory (EEO) Seminar Series in GIS, Remote Sensing and
GeoInformatics on 3rd February 2006.
Edinburgh I-Rescue Work
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