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Funded by DOD to support National Emergency TeleCritical Care Network. Integrated improvement system bringing together data science, performance science, and social science.

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Funded collaboration with U.S. EDA and Indiana Business Research Institute. Improves decision-making, finding relationships between disaster risk, resilience, and cost at the local level.

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Integrated data, AI and social science approach to understanding, measuring, and mitigating inequities in emergency preparation, mitigation, response, and recovery.

Funded by NIST, a major national competition with $5.6M prizes to solve one of the biggest technical challenges in emergency response (accurate 3D location tracking in buildings), with the aim of bringing an affordable solution to market within 2–3 years. Partnership with Muscatatuck Urban Training Center. Scalable, repeatable model.

Learn about the FRST Challenge

Enabling local communities, government, individuals and emergency management to use technology in a way that is digitally resilient—that is robust, redundant, secure, and private.

Explore MyDigitalResilience

Rapid process that engages teams of students to develop solutions to real-world problems using data science and human computer interaction design.

Undergraduate / graduate classes in application of technology, data science, and human computer interaction to disaster and emergency response.

VFCA helps those in need (organizations and individuals) gain rapid access to appropriate services and support during disaster response and recovery. Data collected via VFCA then supports preparedness and mitigation.

Improves the mechanics of the WebEOC process and breaks down silos, ensures connectivity and information sharing between all levels (local, regional, state, national), sets the stage for a wider integration across the four phases of disaster management.

CTIL CRSS adds scientific support to what are typically manual, one-off calculations. Used to assess vulnerability, capacity, and impact for any area (e.g., city, county) and across all areas.


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