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A Common Operational Picture in Support of Situational Awareness for Efficient Emergency Response Operations

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  • Panayiotis Sophronides
  • Chrysaida-Aliki Papadopoulou
  • Maria Giaoutzi
  • Henk J Scholten

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Efficient emergency response needs a multi-disciplinary approach which in turn calls for a high level of collaboration and coordination among the involved safety agencies. Furthermore, in order to cope with the complexity, uncertainty and dynamic nature of an emergency, flexible information and communication systems are required. Based on experiences from the military domain, strategic concepts which can improve information sharing and collaboration can be derived and adapted towards enhancing emergency response information systems and operational effectiveness. This study purports to review the state of the art in this field providing recommendations for emergency response policy makers, professionals and researchers.

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  • Panayiotis Sophronides & Chrysaida-Aliki Papadopoulou & Maria Giaoutzi & Henk J Scholten, 2017. "A Common Operational Picture in Support of Situational Awareness for Efficient Emergency Response Operations," Journal of Future Internet, Conscientia Beam, vol. 2(1), pages 10-35.
  • Handle: RePEc:pkp:jofint:v:2:y:2017:i:1:p:10-35:id:2501
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    1. Yuko Murayama & Hans Jochen Scholl & Dimiter Velev, 2021. "Information Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction," Information Systems Frontiers, Springer, vol. 23(5), pages 1077-1081, September.

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