The Information and Communication Technology Disaster Response Conference (ICT DRC) is a 2-day conference and workshop that aims to raise awareness in reducing the effects of disasters through a showcase of different Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions to serve as instruments in improving communication and response in the community. We invited international speakers from Japan, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, USA as well as local prime movers, to discuss the available ICT solutions and applications, best practices and future mitigation trends.
Hon. Hilario P. Davide, III
Fortunato T. de la Peña, Ph. D.
Hiroshi Kumagai, Ph. D.
Philippine ICT Initiatives During Disasters
Denis F. Villorente
Value of Partnership in Tech for Disprep Innovations
Ramon R. Isberto
Philippine Hazard Program
(Disaster Prevention and Mitigation)
Renato U. Solidum, Jr., Ph. D.
Movable and Deployable ICT Resource Unit (MDRU) for Emergency Telecommunications in Disaster
SAHANA Disaster Management System
Decision Support System for
Disaster Risk Reduction in Ilo-Ilo City
Joel T. De Castro, Ph. D.
Lady Julie Grace L. Baronda
ICT Collaboration with network operators and preparedness
Maria Regina E. Estuar, Ph. D.
ICT to make Lastmile Communications First
Dann T. Diez
Advanced Ad Hoc and Mesh Networks Technologies to Facilitate Specialized Disaster-resilient Networks
Nei Kato, Ph. D.
RIM: Resilient Information Management System in Network-Isolated Environment After Disasters
Toshiaki Miyazaki, Ph.D.
ICT Security During Disaster
RxBox TeleHealth Device
Alexander R. Madrigal, Ph. D.
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
LiDAR Disaster Application
Roland Emerito S. Otadoy, Ph. D.
Trends in Digital Technology Innovations for Resilience in Asia
Hydrologic Applications for Disaster
Danilo T. Jaque, Ph. D.
A Report on the JICA Funded DRRM Project of Pangasinan
Maria C. Mendoza-Akol
UCares – Secure IP Based Communication
Francis L. Dy, Ph. D.
Movable and Deployable ICT Resource Unit (MDRU)
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT)
The University of Aizu