During emergency response a lot of dynamic information is created and needs to be studied and analysed in the decision-making process. However, this analysis of data is difficult and often not possible. A major reason for this is that a lot of information coming from the field operations is not archived in a structured way. This paper presents a data model for the management of dynamic data, which captures the situational information (incident and its effect) and the operational information (processes activated and people/departments involved). The model is derived from the emergency response procedure and structural organisation in the Netherlands.
|Name||Geomatics for Crisis Management|
|Conference||International Symposium on Geo-information for Disaster Management, Gi4DM|
|Period||2/02/10 → 4/02/10|
|Other||2-4 Feb 2010|
- Database schemas
- Spatio-temporal data