Emergency decision makers face a challenge taking rapid and high-risk decisions during an emergency situation, especially when the emergency is cross-border and requires multi-agency cooperation. The emergency decision makers use emergency management (EM) system and sometimes decision support systems (DSS) when responding to a crisis. To date the emergency decision makers have not had access to a system that supports them in all facets of the full EM cycle. This paper describes work in progress designing and building a comprehensive system of systems that intend to be that support for emergency decision makers. The system has successfully demonstrated its value from a technical and user perspective. Future tests will demonstrate if it will enhance decision management in reality-based emergency scenarios.
- University College Cork
- University of Vienna
|Research areas and keywords
- Information Systems, Social aspects
|Title of host publication||Information Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
|Name||IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology|