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Disaster Tech Helps Facilitate the Complexity Weekend

May 26, 2020 12:00:59 PM / by Disaster Tech


Disaster Tech helped facilitate Complexity Weekend 2020.  Complexity Weekend was established to help address the unprecedented, interconnected problems created and exposed by this pandemic. Complexity Science is an interdisciplinary and inclusive framework for studying, designing, and controlling Complex systems.

Recording of livestream here!

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Fox News Interview with CEO Sean Griffin

May 21, 2020 4:39:35 PM / by Disaster Tech


Disaster Tech CEO Sean Griffin interviewed on air with Fox News affiliate KTVU 2 about the release of the real-time crisis management platform, the Data science Integrated Collaboration Environment (DICE) that goes live to the public for free and paid subscription on June 1.

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Disaster Tech President Inducted into the Barron’s Hall of Fame

May 11, 2020 10:59:47 AM / by Disaster Tech


This article was originally showcased on Roger Coleman New York 

Committed philanthropist Roger V. Coleman has provided support to a wide range of charities through his New York based family foundation since its inception in the mid-2000s. A resident of New York, Roger Coleman currently serves as an impact investor and as the president of Disaster Technologies Incorporated in Washington, D.C. Over the course of his career, he has received professional accolades that include induction into the Barron’s Hall of Fame.

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Bloomberg: Disaster Tech Launches Crisis Management Platform with Kinetica

May 5, 2020 12:18:52 PM / by Disaster Tech


Disaster Tech and Kinetica arm emergency response teams with a comprehensive data platform powered by NVIDIA, combining more than 30 government, public health, and private sector sources to deliver up-to-date intel such as hospital capacity and testing kit and equipment availability

SAN FRANCISCO --()-- Kinetica and Disaster Tech announced the release of the COVID-19 Real-time Crisis Management Platform to aggregate and track data relevant to COVID-19 emergency response today. The platform is able to combine current data, such as hospital capacity and diversion status, locations of alternative medical sites, state-wide declarations, testing kit quantities, and protective equipment availability at a local level, for example. The platform functionality is the direct result of a survey of emergency managers and emergency responders across disciplines, and blends data from 30 different government, public health, and private sector sources.

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