HAMOC has been built with defence and humanitarian experts as a tool to analyse the stability of any human environment.
It integrates and analyses data from multiple sources, surfacing otherwise hard to find actionable insights that can be used to supporting your agile, evidence-based decision-making processes.
You can use HAMOC to:
Criminal activity and infringements to human rights can take many forms, each of which are extremely complicated to fully understand and uncover.
We have had the privilege of collaborating with a number of organisations across the UK to help them overcome significant problems within their communities, which are common across the world.
Our team works with your experts to identify the data required to support you, we offer research services, which you can use to fill any gaps in the information you hold.
Using the latest ethical AI techniques, HAMOC interprets this data, surfacing previously hidden trends and insights, which can inform your decisions.
HAMOC can be used in any situation where you need to understand the interplay between various influences on a human population and its stability. These include, but are not limited to environmental, climate, health, resource, socio-economic and political threats, and physical violence and extremism.
HAMOC can be used for a wide variety of purposes in military organisations, including:
HAMOC can support the swift deployment of help during times of crisis and threat, such as natural disasters and aid in war torn areas.
This is possible due to the tool’s capabilities in the real time analysis of unfolding situations, which in turn improves situational awareness, understanding, prioritisation and the monitoring and evaluation of issues and resources.
HAMOC can be used to conduct horizon-scanning, allowing you to understand changes in an environment and gain early-warning of potential flashpoints, such as civil unrest, food shortages and increases in crime rates.
Having such insights at your fingertips mean you will be able to operate proactively against upstream threats while responding more effectively to current issues.
Episode 1 – Dr Julia Muraszkiewicz and Toby Fenton: Humans of security.
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