8 November 2022, 9.30am
Auckland University of Technology and online
When a crisis occurs, having access to up-to-date information is crucial for effective decision-making.
In the disaster risk reduction space, data can often come from multiple sources, formats and can be either inconsistent or incomplete.
How do you make sense of a diverse range of data in an environment where sound decision-making is vital? Knowledge graphs can may be the key.
As part of the ISCRAM conference alongside CODATA and World Fair, T+T Principal Natural Hazard and Climate Risk Consultant Jill Bolland is running a workshop on knowledge graphs and how they can be applied during a crisis.
The interactive workshop will involve a simulated crisis with participants forming a virtual knowledge graph to demonstrate how actors and data can all link together to manage a disaster event.