On February 22, 2022, ISCRAM presented a webinar titled Introducing ISCRAM: Bridging research and public safety for the European Emergency Number Association (EENA). The webinar introduced the ISCRAM Association to the public-safety practitioners of EENA and described current projects on emergency communications conducted by ISCRAM researchers. The webinar also highlighted opportunities for government and industry practitioners to collaborate with researchers on emerging public-safety challenges and opportunities. The full webinar can be viewed here.
The webinar was facilitated by Rob Grace, Caroline Rizza, and Anouck Adrot and featured presentations by the following ISCRAM researchers:
- Ophelie Morand, Paris Telecom, Workshop simulation to test a CPR demonstration video with bystanders.
- Marion Tan, Massey University, A design-science-led investigation on the feasibility of a low-cost earthquake early warning (EEW) system for Aotearoa New Zealand.
- Chris Zobel & Duygu Pamukcu, Virginia Tech University, 311 System’s Role in Disaster Management.