Deloitte x SCAD Pro
Designing innovation for situational awareness with the foundation of Human-centered design to meet decision-maker needs, along with data management and analytics frameworks.
Research | UX Design | Data Visualization
11 Interdisciplinary students
Jan’22 - March’22
Deloitte x SCADPro collaboration
We referred to Endsley’s 3-level model of Situational awareness (1995).
Decision making model
According to the needs of stakeholders, we made a decision-making process that can help us be more intentional and take thought through decisions by organizing relevant information along with the alternatives
OUR PROPOSED SYSTEM
Having an eagle's eye view of the entire scenario is one of the important aspects of the process. Aided by visual cues on the most critical information helps the decision-maker to make decisions in a limited amount of time.
Data Retrieval is where the decision-maker can pull in information from a huge pile of data that could be stored in the cloud, internal servers, or desktop itself. The features on the screen help the user get the data with much ease.
We harness the power of technology to help us make more informed decisions. And test our hypothesis in real time. So we do not only make the most optimum decision, but we take them with much confidence.
COVID Scenario Mapping
We considered our case study topic and started putting down a timeline of scenarios that emerged during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We considered it essential to cover the high-level events to understand how the Pandemic unfolded and pinpoint the most significant areas we could aid through situational awareness tools.
Deloitte’s government & public service
Any government agency that depends on current, accurate information for timely management of governmental functions, including delivery of resources to residents, monitoring and responding to emergency situations (local/ state/ national), managing resources and logistics, commanding military resources, and monitoring international actions.
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