A subset of my presentations focusing on various aspects of IS/IT for Emergency and Crisis Response.
Social media seems great, but how do we get started?
This presentation outlines the challenges for government agencies to approach and embraze social media. In addition, concrete advice is provided in making
non-social organisations use social media. The presentation was first given at the AnibioThreat workshop organized by the Svenska Veterinärmedicinska anstalten.
Documentation practice in crisis response work.
This presentation outline the findings from a post-doc project funded by MSB. How are documentation produced and used in emergency and crisis response work? The presentation elaborates on the challenges of producing documentation as part of response work. [Presentation on Slideshare: Only available in Swedish]
Bildöverföring från skadeplats till bakre stab.
This presentation outlines some of the ongoing work on broadcasting video from the incident site to command centres and higher command. The presentation was first given at the Fire Commander Meeting in Helsingborg, november 2010. [Presentation on Slideshare : Only available in Swedish]
The (mis)conception of the useful common operating picture.
This presentation discusses the concept of common operating picture and elaborates on the complexities of designing information technology for such purposes. The presentation origins from a workshop talk I did 2010 at the MSB-agency in Sweden.
Human-Centered-Design (HCD) for crisis response design work
This presentation builds upon the HCD-toolkit developed by IDEO. By applying the HCD-toolkit, designers of crisis response technology can quickly gain insights and elaborate on a range of possible design ideas in just a very short time frame. The presentation is used when we run Crisis Response Design Camps. A design camp last between 4 hours to 12 hours. [Presentation on Slideshare]
Why is it so difficult to design IT for emergency responders?
This presentation is a synthesis of the findings from my PhD-thesis, giving many examples how many problems can be avoided when designing and introducing IT in the domain of operative emergency response. This presentation has been highly appreciated by technology/solution providers.
Social Media and Crisis Management.
In this presentation the phenomena of Social media is presented from the perspective of crisis management. How do people use social media in times of crises and disasters? How can professional response organisations benefit of social media? This presentation origins from discussions and workshops with crisis preparedness professionals at county councils in Sweden. [Presentation on Slideshare : Only available in Swedish]
Societal Security 2.0 : Using mobile consumer terminals and Social Media applications on secure and robust mobile broadband networks on a mass scale. Presented at the Euro-Atlantic Stakeholder Conference (EASC09) in Stockholm. Organized by MSB & DHS.