Resilience and Disaster Management : The Role of Technology
In an increasingly complex world, where regulatory pressures, reliability demands, and the risks of natural and man-made disasters are rising, the infrastructure sector is under pressure to optimize where to invest resources and de-risk. Leveraging smart technology solutions and turning data into actionable intelligence in a digitally connected world will allow project owners to quantify and better manage the risks they face, prioritize repair/replacement decisions, and more efficiently apply limited resources to optimize. Through an interactive guided workshop lead by PrecisionHawk and joined by Autodesk and Booz Allen Hamilton, learn how proven technologies can help manage existing assets, improve operational efficiencies, create connected and smarter cities, installations and campuses that can stand ready in a disaster-prone era. Understand how generative design can optimize new infrastructure by building to new code and standards while reducing vulnerabilities to ensure buildings and infrastructure can punch back quickly from future storm events.
Sponsored by: PrecisionHawk
Moderator: Glady Singh, Vice President of Government Solutions, PrecisionHawk
• Diana Marina Cooper, Senior Vice President of Policy & Strategy, PrecisionHawk
• Will Rowe, Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton
• Eric DesRoche, Manager Infrastructure, Business Strategy & Marketing, Autodesk