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ACE

Accounts for injured survivors
Warns the population and government
Collects real time damage data from key infrastructures
Detects incoming disaster
Structures data to provide emergency response intelligence
Speeds up damage assessment and informs long-term resilience

All through timely, reliable, meaningful data. Even if the communication infrastructure is damaged and offline. The very concept of intelligence applied to Disaster Management.


PROBLEM

A catastrophic event
impacts an infrastructure
Collect reliable damage
data from the infrastructure
Data is gathered by a Data
Collection Unit and sent
to servers for secure storage
Data is available through ACE
desktop and mobile apps
Users take informed decisions
based on real-time disaster
damage data

SOLUTION


TECHNOLOGY

D

D Box

Air sensors for chemical counterterrorism can be installed on drones to inspect dangerous or arduous locations without endangering human lives. Furthermore, drones can take aerial damage pictures following a disaster, complementing data collected by sensors on the ground.

Q

Q Box

Three-axis accelerometers for structural damage assessment of homes. Q boxes also serve as cheap and effective seismic early warning infrastructure. Can be deployed as stand-alone system or complement already existing networks.

Q

Q Box

Three-axis accelerometers for structural damage assessment of homes. Q boxes also serve as cheap and effective seismic early warning infrastructure. Can be deployed as stand-alone system or complement already existing networks.

W

W Box

Water sensor deployable in smart street lights, traffic lights, or dedicated junction boxes. Detects dangerous water build-up at the street level or in specific infrastructure, warning emergency management agencies about flash floods or dangerous heavy rainfall.

A

A Box

Air sensors quickly detect fires or dangerous conditions. Monitored parameters include levels of oxygen, temperature, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, humidity, smoke. If applied to a key infrastructure chemical agents sensors can be added to detect terrorist attacks.

Q

Q Box

Three-axis accelerometers for structural damage assessment infrastructure; it helps detecting and preventing repetitive stress failures. Q boxes also serve as cheap and effective seismic early warning infrastructure. Can be deployed as stand-alone system or complementary to already existing networks.

E

E Box

Monitors consumption of electricity in homes and infrastructure, enabling a/b testing between units that feature different building materials and designs in order to analyze sustainability and building performance.


MARKETS


EMERGENCY RESPONSE
INTELLIGENCE

  • Situational Response Awareness
  • Early Warning System Infrastructure
  • Emergency Alerts
  • Survivor Localization

CATASTROPHIC
INSURANCE

  • Automated Damage Assessment
  • Disaster Damage Database
  • Catastrophic Modeling
  • Case Management Support

RESILIENCY
& SUSTAINABILITY

  • IoT for Smart City
  • Resilience Analysis
  • Environmental Performance Analysis
  • Construction Materials A/B Testing

TEAM

Co-founder & CEO

MATTIA
CONTE

After obtaining two Bachelor degrees in Business Management and Firm Management in Perugia, Italy, Mattia moved to NYC to pursue a Maste's Degree in Emergency and Disaster Management (obtained in 2011) at MCNY. Mattia has experience as a consultant in emergency management and business management.

Co-Founder & CTO

EMANUELE
BIAGINI

Emanuele is a software developer based in Perugia, Italy. He's also experienced in hardware solutions and has worked for various companies and indviduals on specific projects to increase their production efficiency and decrease their costs. Emanuele is currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science at the University of Perugia.

Design Consultant

HEATHER
MCARTHUR

Heather McArthur is an architectural designer based in New York City, currently practicing at an architectural firm, with focus on urbanism, infrastructural, and institutional projects servicing a range of international clients. She has a Masters of Architecture from Washington University in St Louis, and a BA in Architecture from Lehigh University.

Developing Consultant

EMANUELE SCARABATTOLI

Emanuele Scarabattoli is a software developer with experience of working with PHP, C# and VB .NET, Java EE, .NET Entity Framework, HTML, CSS, JS and other programming and markup languages. After obtaining the "Enterprise Application Developer 2.0, Mobile and Cloud, with Java and .NET" qualification, Emanuele worked for Real Time Service.

Chief Design Officer

DANILO
CALDARARO

Danilo Caldararo is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Locorotondo, Italy. He recently graduated magna cum laude in Industrial Design at the Fine Arts Academy of Perugia. He worked with multiple companies as graphic designer during his studies, and he is currently doing freelance work for businesses and startups.

Management Consultant

CHUCK
FRANK

Chuck Frank is the Director of the Emergency Management and Business Continuity Bachelor Program at MCNY. He is also an Adjunct Professor teaching Continuity of Operations Planning, Private Sector Emergency Management, and Systematic Approaches to Management. Frank received his MPA in Emergency and Disaster Management from MCNY.

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