Preparedness is key to fast disaster response

22.2.2017 By Dr. Nathan Kunz, assistant professor of operations management, University of North Florida   Each hour counts when responding to a natural disaster, such as Hurricane Matthew which hit Haiti in October 2016. Affected populations are in desperate need for food, medicines or shelters. It took international relief organization based in the U.S. or […]

How could three emerging technological changes (3DP, RPAS and HCAs) impact the practice of humanitarian logistics ?

6.2.2017 Some thoughts about my current work, by Peter Tatham – Professor of Humanitarian Logistics, Griffith University (Queensland, Australia)   May I begin by using this Blog to wish all the readers and peaceful and successful 2017.  For those engaged in research, I hope that your endeavours bear fruit, and those who are undertaking the […]