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A recent report by a British NGO lists the ten most financially impactful natural disasters of 2021. The floods in Europe are in second place. Reason enough to look at what information was available online at the time of the disaster and how to make it accessible quickly for emergency planning and response purposes.
Information management during disruptive events brings many challenges. There are technological innovations that lead to better-informed decision-making and help emergency teams respond more quickly. Download our whitepaper below to learn more.
As a municipality, province or security region, you want to know early on when something threatens to get out of hand and you want to know exactly what is going on. How do you make use of the billions of messages on Twitter, YouTube, Telegram and (weather/news) websites? Read the 6 tips in the blog below.
We had a look behind the scenes at one of our customers: the Traffic Control Centre of the Municipality of The Hague. They have been using social media monitoring for years. Read below how PublicSonar is used for their traffic management.
Intelligence-led policing is proving invaluable for police authorities in preventing and mitigating (potential) risks and threats. Incorporating open data is of great importance, but not without challenges. Read more in this article.
Press release: PublicSonar participates in the EU Horizon 2020 project RiskPACC to increase disaster resilience by closing the Risk Perception Action Gap (RPAG).
During incidents: are citizens angry or confused? Valuable information is needed to enhance public safety and security. Read more about how public sentiment can inform your decision-making.
In the November issue of the Fire and Risk Management Journal, Peter Davies argues that social media could be of benefit to both emergency response and public compliance in the current pandemic
Our CEO talks about the added value of publicly available data and how to benefit from it during a pandemic. Check out the full interview below.