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  • Vahed, A; Engelbrecht, F; Simonis, I; Naidoo, M; Sibolla, B; Van Zyl, T; McFerren, G (IIMC (International Information Management Corporation), 2012-05)
    Climate change poses a major threat to environmental sustainability. Africa in particular, is vulnerable with projected worsening food security, increased threats to public health, increased stress on surface water resources ...
  • Simonis, I; Vahed, A; Moodley, D (Information Society Technologies, 2009)
    Despite many international and local initiatives on disaster risk management and advances in scientific knowledge, the social and economic impact of natural disasters in emerging and developing countries is still increasing. ...
  • Moodley, D; Simonis, I (2006-11)
    Sensor Web is a revolutionary concept towards achieving a collaborative, coherent, consistent, and consolidated sensor data collection, fusion and distribution system. Sensor Webs can perform as an extensive monitoring and ...
  • Terhorst, AL; Simonis, I; Moodley, D (2006-03)
    Understanding the behaviour of ecosystems requires persistent and multi-modal observation. Advances in sensor technology and distributed computing, coupled with the development of open standards that facilitate sensor/sensor ...
  • Moodley, D; Terhorst, AL; Simonis, I; Mcferren, GA; Van den Bergh, F (2006-09)
    Key concepts in disaster response are level of preparedness, response times, sustaining the response and coordinating the response. Effective disaster response requires a well-developed command and control framework that ...
  • Sibolla, B; Vahed, A; Engelbrecht, F; Naidoo, M; Mtsetfwa, M; Simonis, I (EE Publishers, 2012-10)
    Climate change poses a major threat to environmental sustainability. In Africa, sectors which face projected vulnerability include, food security, public health and water resources. A general increase in extreme weather ...