Feasibility Study to Establish a Comprehensive "Sensor Based end to end Early Warning System" for Hydro-Meteorology Induced Disasters in Sri Lanka NerveNet lab installation at the Faculty of Engineering at University of Peradeniya

A delegation comprising Dr. Masugi Inoue/ Director of International Research Advancement Office, Global Alliance Department, NICT (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology), Dr.Yasunori Owada/ Senior Researcher, Resilient ICT Research Centre,  Dr.Goshi Sato/  Researcher, Resilient ICT Research Cente, Mr.Toru Sanefuji/ Chief Technical Officer, Nassua Solutions, and Mr. Yoshimasa Gunji/ Counsellor, BHN Association visited the office of the Vice-Chancellor on 23rd January 2019 and discussed about the Feasibility Study to Establish a Comprehensive "Sensor Based end to end Early Warning System" for Hydro-Meteorology Induced Disasters in Sri Lanka.

From the UoP, Professor Upul B. Dissanayake/ Vice-Chancellor, Professor Gemunu Herath/ Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Dr. Dhammika Elkaduwa/ Head, Department of Computer Engineering & Project Coordinator, Professor Susiji Wickramasinghe, Faculty of Medicine, representing Sri Lanka Japan Study Centre and Dr. Shameen Jinadasa, Acting Director, International Affairs Office participated at the above event.