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Theme 04 - Emergency Management Information Systems

04.01 Architecture of Emergency Management Information Systems

Full Research Papers

ID: 115
The Seven Main Challenges of an Early Warning System Architecture
Moßgraber, Jürgen (1); Chaves, Fernando (1); Middleton, Stuart E. (2); Zlatev, Zlatko (2); Tao, Ran (3)
1: Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany; 2: University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre, UK; 3: Queen Mary University of London, UK

Research-in-Progress Papers

ID: 184
Framework Design for Operational Scenario-based Emergency Response System
Ma, Yefeng; Yuan, Shengcheng; Zhang, Hui; Liu, Yi
Institute of Public Safety Research, Tsinghua University, China

ID: 204
A Novel Architecture for Disaster Response Workflow Management Systems
Hofmann, Marlen; Betke, Hans; Sackmann, Stefan
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle Wittenberg, Germany

ID: 248
Towards a flexible network of sensors
Barthe-Delanoë, Anne-Marie (1); Bénaben, Frédérick (1); Truptil, Sébastien (1); Pingaud, Hervé (2)
1: Ecole des Mines d'Albi-Carmaux, France; 2: Université Jean-François Champollion, France

04.02 Open Standards and Interoperability in Early Warning and Crisis Management Systems

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ID: 170
Ontologies for Crisis Management: A Review of State of the Art in Ontology Design and Usability
Liu, Shuangyan (1); Brewster, Christopher (1); Shaw, Duncan (2)
1: Aston University, UK; 2: University of Warwick, UK

Research-in-Progress Papers

ID: 198
Subdivision Codes
Law, Reed Gwillim (1); Hammitzsch, Martin (2)
1: Statoids, USA; 2: GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany

ID: 210
Harmonization of Data Formats for Tsunami Simulation Products
Lendholt, Matthias; Hammitzsch, Martin; Löwe, Peter
GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany

ID: 238
Solving Interoperability Issues in Cross Border Emergency Operations
Schütte, Frederik (1); Casado, Rubén (2); Rubiera, Emilio (3)
1: antwortING Ingenieurbüro PartG, Germany; 2: Treelogic, Spain; 3: Fundación CTIC, Spain

ID: 271
Sensor Web and Web Processing Standards for Crisis Management
Jirka, Simon; Nüst, Daniel; Benjamin, Proß
52°North Initiative for Geospatial Open Source Software GmbH, Germany

ID: 284
Location Information Interoperability of CAP and PIDF-LO for Early Warning Systems
Wolf, Karl
Vienna University of Technology, Austria

ID: 307
Evaluating the Integrability of the Quake-Catcher Network
Chung, Angela I.; Lawrence, Jesse F.; Christensen, Carl
Stanford University

04.03 ELSI: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues of IT Supported Emergency Response

Full Research Papers

ID: 167
Accelerating emergency response through IT? Technological effects on the management of mass casualty incidents in Germany
Ellebrecht, Nils; Feldmeier, Konrad; Kaufmann, Stefan
University of Freiburg, Germany

ID: 196
Privacy, Security, Liberty: Informing the Design of EMIS
Buscher, Monika; Wood, Lisa; Perng, Sung-Yueh
Lancaster University, UK

Research-in-Progress Papers

ID: 116
Do-it-yourself justice: considerations of social media use in a crisis situation: the case of the 2011 Vancouver riots
Rizza, Caroline (1); Guimarães Pereira, Ângela (2); Chiaramello, Michel (3); Curvelo, Paula (4)
1: European Commission - Joint Research Centre, Italy, TELECOM ParisTech, France; 2: European Commission - Joint Research Centre, Italy; 3: European Commission - Joint Research Centre, Italy; 4: European Commission - Joint Research Centre, Italy

ID: 241
Privacy and ethical implications of the use of social media during a volcanic eruption: some initial thoughts
Watson, Hayley (1); Finn, Rachel (2)
1: Trilateral Research and Consulting, UK; 2: Trilateral Research and Consulting, UK

ID: 251
Ethical Challenges of participatory sensing for crisis information management
Tarquini, Massimiliano; Morgano, Maurizio
S3Log, Italy

ID: 269
A new Manhattan Project? Ethics and Interoperability in Emergency Response Systems of Systems
Büscher, Monika (1); Bylund, Markus (2); Sanches, Pedro (2); Ramirez, Leonardo (3); Wood, Lisa (1)
1: Lancaster University, UK; 2: Swedish Institute of Computer Science / Royal Institute of Technology; 3: Fraunhofer FIT, Germany

04.04 Geographic Information Science & Technology for Crisis Response and Management

Full Research Papers

ID: 118
Locating Emergency Responders using Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks
Benkhelifa, Imane (1,2); Moussaoui, Samira (2); Nouali, Nadia (1)
1: CERIST Research Center, Algeria; 2: USTHB University, Algeria

ID: 137
Supporting situation awareness on the move - the role of technology for spatial orientation in the field
Johansson, Björn Johan Erik; Hellgren, Charlotte; Oskarsson, Per-Anders; Svensson, Jonathan
FOI, Sweden

Research-in-Progress Papers

ID: 157
Search and Surveillance in Emergency situations – A GIS based approach to construct near-optimal visibility graphs
Morin, Michael (1); Abi-Zeid, Irène (1); Nguyen, Thanh Tung (1); Lamontagne, Luc (1); Maupin, Patrick (2)
1: Université Laval, Canada; 2: DRDC-Valcartier

ID: 165
Using Wireless Sensor Networks in the Sensor Web for Flood Monitoring in Brazil: Lessons Learned
Degrossi, Lívia Castro; Amaral, Guilherme Gentil do; Vasconcelos, Eduardo Santos Medeiros de; Albuquerque, João Porto de; Ueyama, Jó
University of São Paulo, Brazil

ID: 205
Geospatial Site Suitability Modeling for US Department of Defense Humanitarian Assistance Projects
Clark, Timothy (1); Curran, Richard (2)
1: US Army Geospatial Center, USA; 2: US Army Engineer Research and Development Center

04.05 Human Experiences in the Design and Evaluation of Services and Systems for Crisis Response and Management

Full Research Papers

ID: 106
The Effect of Age on Technology Acceptance among Field Police Officers
Kurkinen, Erkki L
University of Jyvaskyla, Finland

ID: 128
Design of a Process Model for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in Emergencies
Thamm, Hans-Peter (1); Ludwig, Thomas (2); Reuter, Christian (2)
1: BT Geoconsulting and Mapping, Germany; 2: University of Siegen, Germany

ID: 155
An Interaction Approach to Enhance Situational Awareness and the Production of Anticipatory Actions in Emergency Operation Centers
Arias-Hernandez, Richard (1); Fisher, Brian (2)
1: Simon Fraser University, Canada; 2: Simon Fraser University, Canada

Research-in-Progress Papers

ID: 147
Scenarios + Touchpoints = a Tool for Analyzing Crisis Situations and Designing Management and Rescue Services
Touloum, Karim (1); Idoughi, Djilali (1); Seffah, Ahmed (2); Sabroux, Camille-Rosenthal (2)
1: Applied Mathematics Laboratory - University A. Mira of Bejaia, Algeria; 2: Laboratoire d'Analyse et Modélisation de Systèmes pour l'Aide à la DEcision - Université Paris-Dauphine

ID: 214
Applying ISO 9241-110 Dialogue Principles to Tablet Applications in Emergency Medical Services
Mentler, Tilo; Herczeg, Michael
University of Luebeck, Germany

ID: 258
Design of an Enhanced Interface for Composition of Alert Messages: Methodology and Results
Mulero Chaves, Javier; Parraga Niebla, Cristina
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany

ID: 281
Using SYnRGY to Support Design and Validation Studies of Emergency Management Solutions
Gagnon, Jean-François (1); Couderc, François (2); Rivest, Martin (2); Banbury, Simon (3); Tremblay, Sébastien (1)
1: Co-DOT laboratory, Université Laval, Canada; 2: Thales Research and Technology Canada; 3: C3 Human Factors Consulting

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