We are delighted that our MOBILSIE project and stakeholder collaboration has featured in a recent Ordnance Survey article which discusses building resilience to respond to extreme weather events.
Dr Kaushal Keraminiyage attends the ‘Sixth Global Summit of Research Institutes for Disaster Risk Reduction’
THINKlab Associate, Dr. Keraminiyage, invited to the ‘Sixth Global Summit of Research Institutes for Disaster Risk Reduction’ in Kyoto, Japan.
Novel Digital Toolset for Supporting Community engagement to strengthen disaster resilience in Salford
The University of Salford's THINKlab is delighted to be working with the Greater Manchester Resilience Forum (GMRF) to explore new ways of using technology to engage practitioners and the public in understanding climate-induced disaster risks in Greater Manchester.
THINKlab to pilot advanced digital solutions as part of Program for Asia Resilience to Climate Change
The University of Salford's THINKlab is working in the Kalutara District, Sri Lanka to pilot the MOBILISE digital platform and help to build climate resilience and community-based early warnings systems.
As part of the COP26 programme of events, the Director of THINKlab, Professor Terrence Fernando, talks about some of the current projects which support Monday 8 November and the theme: Adaptation, Loss and Damage.
The University of Salford’s THINKlab has developed a digital platform which allows a range of heterogenous sensor networks to be integrated so project partners can effectively monitor rising rivers and rainfall which can lead to floods and landslides. The digital platform will be used in Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Pakistan, three low-middle income countries whose
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has announced 141 new international development research projects that is aimed at tackling global challenges such as environmental disasters, education for children living through conflict and malnutrition. These awards aim to bring together a wide range of researchers and experts from across the UK and developing countries to generate innovative
The University of Salford THINKlab has been awarded almost £1 million from the UK Research and Innovation Collective Fund to develop an advanced digital platform.
The University of Salford’s THINKlab is pleased to announce the launch of the MOBILISE digital platform version 2.0 with a range of new features for supporting disaster risk reduction and response for natural disasters.
THINKlab were asked to exhibit at the launching of the Greater Manchester Digital Blueprint, a citywide initiative organised by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) which aims to help the city region’s residents lead healthier and happier lives.