Within the patient and transport we to minimize the spread of diseases as best as possible to reduce the of our patients and staff. A complete disinfection of the ambulance cars after each transport is not possible, therfore we have to be aware of the of contamination.
The ability to detect, monitor and analyze Passive and active threats and hazards at scenes in real time
Efficient and secure sharing of the data necessary for decision making has proven to be challenging in the recent COVID-19 .
In extreme weather conditions, a fire start can rapidly develop into a large and intense wildfire with catastrophic effects. Timely and accurate detection requires the integration of fire behaviour and forest knowledge at strategic and tactical levels.
Forest fire is a natural hazard that becomes semi-natural as far as most fire incidences are caused by human activities, in Europe and elsewhere. Forest fires are complex phenomena involving land use and related policies such as the EU CAP, urban planning in the vicinity of forests, climate and weather conditions, and human activities, cultural traditions. Therefore, the problem has multiple interacting drivers and aspects, beyond just considering ignitions and firefighting issues.
Mis- and disinformation can have adverse effects on management and even cause cascading (e.g. civil disobedience and even insurrections)
Wildland–urban and rural–urban interfaces are the spatial manifestation of the coupling of fire and people, and the most proximate scale of exposure and The abandonment of rural lands and the expansion of urban areas led to the creation of important interfaces between built infrastructures and vegetation with high fuel load that, when burning, create very significant threats to people and make firefighting and other civil protection operations much more difficult to coordinate.
the individuals and organisations and testing their level increases the and exposes the shortcomings that to be handled.
Shortcomings in the use of virtual reality to enhance of first responders in case of large scale evacuation, as a support for and .
Danger rating index is an important real time indicator for the fire fighters. It sums up constant (fuels, topography) and variable (weather) factors that affect the initiation, spread and difficulty of control, and subsequent fire damage of wildfires on an area in a single number that can be easily visualised and used for early alerting.
management in the recent COVID-19 pandemics has been impeded by lack of coherence between decision making in different agencies and at different levels.
Management actions and deployment of resources to deter fires are based on where and how fires occur. Understanding what makes an area to be particularly prone to burn or not is not only important for conserving its values and resources but also for preventing that future management actions, particularly in areas were fires accumulate, do not result in increased vulnerability to wildfires.
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