Results from the Survey on User Requirements in the domain of Crisis and Disaster Management
The following figures depict the results based on a survey done in the period of 2 months at the beginning of year 2016. A lot of different countries are presented, as can be seen in the first figure below. All figures can be traced back to the questions in the Survey.
There are two types of plots used: bar plot, in which the most significant answers are placed at the top and the least significant at the bottom, and radio chart (a.k.a. spider plot), where a scale of 1 to 5 is used, with 5 being the most important. Levels of importance are given as: Low (1-3), Medium (3.1-4) and High (4.1-5). Click on a figure for a better view.
Countries represented in the survey (46 participants)
Question 1 – Field of expertize of survey participants (there can be more than 1 field occupied by one participant)
Question 2 – Role of participants in crisis management (there can be more than 1 role occupied by one participant)
Question 3 – Issues occurring in a crisis
Question 4 – General statements on a crisis situation. Levels of importance: Low (1-3), Medium (3.1-4) and High (4.1-5)
Question 5 – Importance of alignment and coordination of procedures during a crisis
Question 6 – Importance of data related actions during a crisis event
Question 7 – The listed information is important for management during a crisis event
Question 8 – Importance of including social media into emergency operations regarding the listed functions
Question 9 – Importance of early warning mechanism
Question 10 – Importance of chosen technical features
Question 11 – Importance of security of the system used for collaboration
Question 12 – Importance of emergency management tools’ features during a crisis
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Results from the CDM Survey soon to be available
The C2-SENSE consortium performed a survey on user requirements by offering a questionnaire and by analysing the answers.
The questionnaire was available on the C2-SENSE web site, and offered in several languages: English, Franch, Italian and Turkish (see here). This allowed also users located outside of Europe to fill in the questionnaire and provide valueable information. The targeted group were people involved or somehow connected to the field of crisis and disaster management. There are 58 responses at the time of writing. Since the C2-SENSE’s goal is to provide a Framework dealing with decision making and data exchange and communicaton during crisis situations, the survey is of crucial importance for achieving this goal.
The results of this survey will be presented soon.
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C2-SENSE at Austrian Research Promotion Agency
The FP7 project C2-SENSE was presented at the Workshop in Vienna related to H2020: “Protecting Critical Infrastructures and addressing Disaster Resilience in H2020”.
It was presented by Refiz Duro (AIT) to an audience interested in the forthcomming calls. C2-SENSE was one of the three FP7 project presented, after, among others, a presenation by the European Comission’s representative Phillippe Quevauviller.
C2-SENSE focuses on profile-based interoperability among crisis responders (and their tools) in the emergency domain area, and as such is of much interest for crisis managers. Two main subject were presented, due to interest of the audience:
a) the technical background and technologies used in the project
b) the view on the consortium.
The presentation slides of the C2-SENSE talk, and also other participants’ slides are available on FFG’s website.
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C2-SENSE Presented at eChallenges e-2015 Conference
SRDC attended the eChallenges e-2015 Conference, which took place in Vilnius, Lithuania on 25-26th November, 2015. eChallanges is the twenty-fifth in a series of annual technology research conferences supported by the European Commission and hosted by national governments.
In the conference, Mert Gencturk from SRDC presented the paper entitled “Interoperability Profiles for Disaster Management and Maritime Surveillance”, which is written by SRDC and AIT. The paper and presentation were about the interoperability profiles identified in the C2-SENSE project and how they can be used in a real-life business case.
More on the paper can be found here.
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Lutech @ Forum Risk Management in Sanità 2015
Lutech participates in partnership with Check Point at the “Forum Risk Management in Sanità”, which will held on November, 24th- 27th 2015 at Fiere e Congressi in Arezzo (Via Lazzaro Spallanzani 23-52100 Arezzo).
The 10th edition of Forum, proposes a series of national and international events on technologies and best practices applied to security issue in healthcare field.
It will be a time of sharing and discussion on the most innovative solutions, as well as workshop and expo dedicated to healthcare world.
Lutech & Check Point will contribute to the event with a booth and speech.
See more here.
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C2-SENSE Poster presented in Vienna
C2-SENSE developments have been presented during the second day of the “1st ICA European Symposium on Cartography” symposium, held in Vienna between 10th and 12th November.
The main subject of the presentation was the work currently ongoing in the Work Package 3 – the theme of the Collaboration Environment & Knowledge Layer. In specific, Object of Interests (OOI) that actually are data representing real-life objects (e.g., sensors) were put in context with an emergency situation. The significance of its proper presentation on map was emphasized. This part of the C2-SENSE Framework is very important, since The Collaboration Environment allows emergency managers to do more precise and correct decisions.
The title of the poster is “Disasters, Maps & Data: C2-SENSE – Objects of Interest in Disaster Related Real-Time Situations”, and the poster can be downloaded from our C2-SENSE Publication page.
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Lutech and C2-SENSE @ IWEI 2015 6th edition
Lutech, C2-Sense project partner, attended to the 6th edition of IFIP Working Conference on Enterprise Interoperability (IWEI 2015), held on May, 27-29th 2015 in Nìmes (France).
The IWEI Conference belongs to conferences program organized by IFIP TC5 5.8 Working Group and aims to identify challenges and solutions in Enterprise Interoperability.
Lutech brought its contribution to the workshop:
• “New challenges for Enterprise Interoperability: the sensing enterprise” (http://iwei2015.mines-ales.fr/workshops)
with Raul Arisi’s speech (Strategic Alliances Business Developer at Lutech), entitled:
• “Profiling Approach for the Interoperability of Command and Control System with Sensing System in Emergency”
focused on creating awareness on C2-Sense project and IoT World, within the wider issues of Enterprise Interoperability and Enterprise Sensing. Download Lutech’s presentation slides here.
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INSPIRE – Geospatial World Forum exposed to C2-SENSE project
The five-day long coference connecting industries, government representatives, geospatial companies and academia was exposed to the C2-SENSE project.
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Consortium meeting in Ankara: Work Packages 3 and 4 – current status
On the 25th and 26th of March 2015, a consortium meeting was held at the city of Ankara, Turkey. The aim of the meeting was to provide updates of progress for work packages 3 and 4. Read More →
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C2-SENSE Presented at OGC TC in Barcelona
The OGC Technical Committee meetings were held in Barcelona in the period from 09. to 13. March, 2015. The C2-SENSE project was presented in the Emergency and Disaster Management session. Read More →
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