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