Disaster Response Technologies (TechVision)

Addressing Basic Human Needs in the Face of Disaster

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This research service aims to report on disaster response technologies for addressing basic human needs in the face of any disaster. The research scope focused on disaster response where the timeline is the first 1 to 2 weeks after the disaster strikes.
Briefly, the research service provides the following:
•     An overview of disaster response globally
•     Snapshots of disaster response technologies related to basic human needs
•     Opportunity analysis in key application markets
Analysis on an Opportunity Strategy Evaluation (OSE) and emerging technologies roadmaps are given in the last chapter.
Appended at the end of the research service are some key patents pertaining to the research topic. A list of contacts in the domain, with names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail IDs, and website URLs is also given.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Objectives and Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3 Developing Cost-effective Technologies That Can Be Supplied Quickly to Affected Countries Represents Growth Opportunities2.0 Disaster Response Overview2.1 Disaster Response: An Introduction2.2 Disaster-prone Areas: Philippines, China, Japan, and Bangladesh Are Most Vulnerable to Natural Disasters2.3 Worldwide Adoption for Disaster Relief Technologies, Including Some Still in Development2.4 Major Stakeholders: Disaster Response Requires the Involvement, Cooperation, and Coordination of All Communities and Industries2.5 Projected Revenue Forecast, Global, 2016–20202.6 Access to Clean Water and Sanitation, Uncertainties in Catastrophic Occurrences, and Delivering Aid to Disaster Areas Are the Main Challenges3.0 Innovations in Basic Human Needs for Disaster Response3.1 Technologies for Basic Human Needs: Address Six Categories of Basic Human Needs 3.2 Technologies for Basic Human Needs: Water3.3 Technologies for Basic Human Needs: Food3.4 Technologies for Basic Human Needs: Shelter3.5 Technologies for Basic Human Needs: Sanitation3.6 Technologies for Basic Human Needs: Basic First Aid3.7 Technologies for Basic Human Needs: Energy3.8 Global Innovation Footprint: Disaster Response Technologies Are Non-region-specific3.9 Availability of Resources, Funds, and Investment and Disaster/War Probability Determines Technology Adoption Level3.10 The Middle East, Being the Least Disaster-prone Area in the World, Shows the Lowest Technology Development Intensity4.0 Technologies for Delivering Basic Human Needs During Disasters4.1 Technologies for Delivering Basic Human Needs: Acquisition and Dissemination of Information Are the Most Important Enablers4.2 Technologies for Delivering Basic Human Needs: Communication4.3 Technologies for Delivering Basic Human Needs: Mapping4.4 Technologies for Delivering Basic Human Needs: Information Technologies4.5 Technologies for Delivering Basic Human Needs: Transportation4.6 Global Innovation Footprint: Worldwide Development for International Use4.7 Technologies Are Mainly Adopted in Resource-rich North America4.8 Asia-Pacific Has Highest Market Demand as Most of Its Countries Are in High Disaster-prone Areas 5.0 Opportunity Evaluation and Roadmapping5.1 Scenario Modelling and Emerging Opportunities5.2 Potential Application Areas, Global, 2016–2026: Eight Industry Verticals to Potentially Benefit from Disaster Response Technologies5.3 Opportunity Strategy Evaluation (OSE): OSE Grid5.3.1 Ratings for OSE5.3.2 The Aerospace & Defense Industry Vertical Displays the Highest Level of Attractiveness and Probability of Success5.3.3 OSE Grid, Global, 2016–20265.4 Assessment and Prioritization of Opportunities: Active Research and Wide Application across Verticals Are Driving Growth Opportunities5.5 Assessment and Prioritization of Opportunities: Highest Probability of Success in Aerospace and Defense, but Most Attractive to Building and Construction Industry5.6 Assessment and Prioritization of Opportunities: Technologies for Transportation and Logistics Are Least Developed5.7 Basic Human Needs Technology Roadmap, Global, 2016–2026: Ongoing R&D Even for Mature Technologies Such as Water Purification and Basic First Aid5.8 Emerging Technologies Roadmap Explained: Critical Requirements in Disaster Response Drive Continuous Innovation 5.9 Roadmap for Technologies Delivering Basic Human Needs, Global, 2016–2026: Ongoing R&D for Most Transportation Technologies and Communication and Information Technologies5.10 Emerging Technologies Roadmap Explained: Disaster Response Benefits from Technologies Employed for Other Purposes5.11 Analyst Insights: Disaster Response Technologies Benefit Various Industries and Are AdvancingLegal Disclaimer6.0 Appendix6.1 Key Patents: Innovations in Basic Human Needs6.1 Key Patents: Innovations in Basic Human Needs (continued)6.2 Key Patents: Disaster Response Deployment Technologies6.2 Key Patents: Disaster Response Deployment Technologies (continued)6.3 Key Contacts6.3 Key Contacts (continued)7.0 The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Journey to Visionary Innovation7.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story7.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career7.3 Global Perspective7.4 Industry Convergence7.5 360º Research Perspective7.6 Implementation Excellence7.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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