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DRM SERVICES

Bespoke Software

For Handling Critical Risks

Be prepared when disaster strikes. Our unique software tools cover all aspects of risk management, from early warning and targeting through to operational response management. Our tools are easy-to-use online software for decision-support at local, national and international levels.

SOFTWARE FOR DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT

Increase the speed and effectiveness of your disaster response. Through funding support from USAID FEWS NET, Population Explorer is a free web-based tool for estimating populations impacted by disaster or targeted for assistance. The software runs on cloud servers deployed globally to allow reliable and continuous access.  Population Explorer has been used in the estimation of populations in need of assistance for a range of disasters, from the Haiti Earthquake to the Ebola crisis in West Africa to flooding in Asia. 

Population Explorer answers basic questions about human demographics:

  • How many people live here?
  • What are there characteristics?
  • How many women live here?
  • How many children?
  • What is the age structure of the population?
  • How many people are likely to be living here in the future?
  • How many people are in the disaster impact area?

CUSTOM SOFTWARE FOR DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT

Kimetrica also develops custom applications that deliver specialised information products for disaster risk management. Our software developers and Disaster Risk Management (DRM) experts work with clients to ensure that early warning and monitoring data are captured, processed, analysed and delivered to decision-makers in a timely and meaningful way.

We have worked extensively on the development of systems for market monitoring, and with Geographic Information Systems for hotspot, needs and response mapping. We also help clients to identify the right technology options for DRM. DRM software includes mapping, including such as heat maps, risk maps, logistics facility and networks, and cost surface maps.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

 WFP
DFID
USAID
unicef
The World Bank