AFAC Logo Deutsche Messe IFE Logo     AIDR         
Loading
  • AFAC21 Virtual Conference and Exhibition concluded with more than 2,534 registered delegates in attendance over four days, with presentations that shared insights and tackled the tough issues and affe ...
  • DISCOVER DAY 3 HIGHLIGHTS   The 2019-20 bushfire season - learning and preparing to fight it again Peter McKechnie - NSW Rural Fire Service “When 19/20 happens again, we’re going to be able to deal wi ...
  • The speakers shared real studies and stories involving catastrophic events, unusual circumstances and issues to address.   The vast highlights of Day 2 included:    Individual and agency: maximising t ...
  • AFAC21 – Virtual is, in itself, an act of resilience delivered on the back of one of the most catastrophic bushfire seasons in living memory during what is hoped to be the closing stages of a global p ...
  • Australians know all too well that bushfires are devastatingly dynamic. Often, the systems that support our firefighting efforts can’t move as quickly, and are encumbered by manual processes, includin ...
  • As a result of the ongoing challenges of COVID-19, we have made the decision to make AFAC21 powered by INTERSCHUTZ a virtual event, to be hosted on 5-8 October 2021. Safety will always be our top prio ...
  • Under a theme of Balancing impact and expectations; research, resilience, preparedness and new services are just some of the subjects to be explored at what promises to be the largest AFAC event yet. ...