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Benjamin Barth, Monika Friedemann, Martin Mühlbauer, Jordi Vendrell, Torsten Riedlinger, Tomaso de Cola, Mani Swaminathan
2019 Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik  
Our goal is to design and develop a system for improving response planning strategies and scenario building and facilitating organizational coordination among many actors.  ...  An effective coordinated response requires a cohesive situation and risk assessment based on reliable information and a reasonable strategy and plan formulation.  ...  and plan formulation, scenario building, and intra and inter-organisation communication and cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.18420/inf2019_ws59 dblp:conf/gi/BarthFMVRCS19 fatcat:6cc6s354wzdtjn5z7u2qafkj6m

Toward Human-Centered Simulation Modeling for Critical Infrastructure Disaster Recovery Planning [article]

Abbas Ganji, Scott Miles
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Critical infrastructure is vulnerable to a broad range of hazards. Timely and effective recovery of critical infrastructure after extreme events is crucial.  ...  Conversely, human-centered design places end-users at the center of design.  ...  This included collaboratively estimating target recovery timeframes and expected recovery timeframes of infrastructure systems subjected to potential hazard scenarios.  ... 
arXiv:1811.05083v1 fatcat:xhcor4r3unaxhbse5nyp3wvjvy

A Systematic Literature Review on Safety Research Related to Chemical Industrial Parks

Tao Zeng, Guohua Chen, Yunfeng Yang, Genserik Reniers, Yixin Zhao, Xia Liu
2020 Sustainability  
In this paper, a keyword co-occurrence analysis of 116 scientific articles was conducted to support the classification of research topics in this field, then an overview of those research topics was presented  ...  Based on the classification and analysis of studies on management, assessment, and technology related to CIP safety, the research trends and future directions and challenges are discussed and outlined.  ...  (1) Explore the CIP vulnerability theory 11 Chen et al. (2019) [77] CIP vulnerability (multi-hazard) Quantitatively assess the CIP vulnerability in a multi-hazard scenario using cellular automata for  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12145753 fatcat:vdburcqepjft7j63siyoi5fiha

Collaborative Multi-Robot Systems for Search and Rescue: Coordination and Perception [article]

Jorge Peña Queralta, Jussi Taipalmaa, Bilge Can Pullinen, Victor Kathan Sarker, Tuan Nguyen Gia, Hannu Tenhunen, Moncef Gabbouj, Jenni Raitoharju, Tomi Westerlund
2020 arXiv   pre-print
SAR operations encompass a wide variety of environments and situations, and therefore heterogeneous and collaborative multi-robot systems can provide the most advantages.  ...  multi-robot SAR systems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research work is supported by the Academy of Finland's AutoSOS project (Grant No. 328755).  ... 
arXiv:2008.12610v1 fatcat:hq5lqtnsoreapjm4dpgg4z5xki

Product Allocation Planning with Safety Compatibility Constraints in IoT-based Warehouse

Sourour Trab, Eddy Bajic, Ahmed Zouinkhi, Mohamed Naceur Abdelkrim, Hassen Chekir, Radhouane Hadj Ltaief
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
This work proposes a multi-agent architecture for product allocation planning with compatibility constraints (PAP/CC), which uses a decision mechanism for product's placement, based on negotiations between  ...  Industrial deployment of IoT platform represents an ideal solution for decentralized management and to support collaboration between products and shelves.  ...  approach based multi-agent system for collaborative warehouse management.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.12.033 fatcat:hig4hmcfhnb6zkauzws6xehury

Multi-Agent Crisis Response systems - Design Requirements and Analysis of Current Systems [article]

Khaled M. Khalil, M. Abdel-Aziz, Taymour T. Nazmy, Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem
2009 arXiv   pre-print
Analysis of systems includes systems architecture and methodology. In addition, we identified features and limitations of systems based on crisis response domain requirements.  ...  Crisis response is a critical area of research, with encouraging progress in the past view yeas.  ...  Simulation and modeling systems for crisis response consist of a set of integrated tools which will differ based on the application they are designed for ( Figure 1 ).  ... 
arXiv:0903.2543v1 fatcat:or7zs32vdvetnmqqoydmuv77ca

A Framework of Multi-user Voice-driven BIM-based Navigation System for Fire Emergency Response

Hui Zhou, Mun On Wong, Huaquan Ying, Sanghoon Lee
2018 Intelligent Computing in Engineering and Architecture  
This paper presents a framework of a multi-user voice-driven building information model (BIM)-based navigation system for fire emergency response.  ...  With the semantic information of the location in the navigation query, the spatial geometric information of the location is extracted from the BIM model and visibility graph-based route plans for multiple  ...  Acknowledgments The work described in this paper was supported by a grant from Graduate Collaborative Research Awards funded by Universitas 21.  ... 
dblp:conf/egice/ZhouWYL18 fatcat:zibloivb6ra2bhnhkannmxdj2i

Mainstreaming Multi-Risk Approaches into Policy

Anna Scolobig, Nadejda Komendantova, Arnaud Mignan
2017 Geosciences  
We report only one example of publication per each author/group of authors/institutions even if we are completely aware that each one of them has many other publications on the topic of risk governance  ...  It also strongly encourages the development of multi-hazard warning systems as well as multi-hazard, inclusive, science-based and risk informed decision-making.  ...  Agenda 21 emphasised the need of a "complete multi-hazard research" as a part of human settlement planning and disaster risk.  ... 
doi:10.3390/geosciences7040129 fatcat:f6wfzgs2pfb4tdobtbkh6o6oru

Collaborative Multi-Robot Search and Rescue: Planning, Coordination, Perception and Active Vision

Jorge Pena Queralta, Jussi Taipalmaa, Bilge Can Pullinen, Victor Kathan Sarker, Tuan Nguyen Gia, Hannu Tenhunen, Moncef Gabbouj, Jenni Raitoharju, Tomi Westerlund
2020 IEEE Access  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research work is supported by the Academy of Finland's AutoSOS project (Grant No. 328755).  ...  For local path planning, a key aspect to consider when designing control systems is the holonomic nature of the robot.  ...  In particular, multi-robot systems have the potential to significantly improve the efficiency of SAR personnel with faster response time [1] , [2] , support in hazardous environ-ments [3] - [5] , or  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3030190 fatcat:exigopjplzgfzlghxvr7s3l3di

Multi-Agent Framework for Hazardous Goods Transport Risk Management

M. Najib, H. Boukachour, J. Boukachour, A. E. Fazziki
2012 International journal of information science and management  
The proposed DSS is based on a multi-agent system "MAS" used for the reproduction of collective and multi-actor decision-making scenarios.  ...  It is difficult to prevent accidents in the transport of hazardous goods, so the development of strategies for managing crisis situations and the optimization of action plans are important.  ...  as a firefighter officer responsible for collecting hazardous materials.  ... 
doaj:f7b98a35c1ed45a2871730e560115112 fatcat:swkgdlkoj5edlcvwxivbhshocu

Decision support for critical infrastructure disruptions: An integrated approach to secure food supply

Thomas Münzberg, Ulrich Berbner, Tina Comes, Hanno Friedrich, Wendelin Groß, Hans-Christian Pfohl, Frank Schultmann
2013 International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management  
To support decision-makers facing these problems, this paper introduces a scenario-based approach that integrates simulation of disruptions in food supply chains, and qualitative expert assessment to develop  ...  consistent scenarios that show the consequences of different strategies.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for financial support of this work within the project SEAK.  ... 
dblp:conf/iscram/MunzbergBCFGPS13 fatcat:2vtfilwelvf7vpqlm7iu6fugte

Geoinformation Technologies to Support Collaborative Emergency Management [chapter]

Sven Fuhrmann, Alan MacEachren, Guoray Cai
2008 Digital Government  
Multimodal Interface Platform for Geographic Information Systems (GeoMIP), the GeoCollaborative Crisis Management platform for mobile collaboration and a web-portal for humanitarian relief logistics.  ...  Key decision makers usually do not have direct access to Geographic Information Systems and if they receive access, complex user interfaces often hinder performance for high pressure tasks.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This material is based upon work supported by the National Science  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-71611-4_20 fatcat:i4bkn6h5engmtay4zb35d2lt2y

Enhancing scientific response in a crisis: evidence-based approaches from emergency management in New Zealand

Emma E H Doyle, Douglas Paton, David M Johnston
2015 Journal of Applied Volcanology  
Contemporary approaches to multi-organisational response planning for the management of complex volcanic crises assume that identifying the types of expertise needed provides the foundation for effective  ...  We argue that team development training is essential and review the different types of training and exercising techniques (including cross training, positional rotation, scenario planning, collaborative  ...  agencies for providing approximate costs of exercise participation.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13617-014-0020-8 fatcat:ovjud3ehznf5tgnux5lgm6kmfu

Practising an explosive eruption in Iceland: outcomes from a European exercise

Claire Witham, Sara Barsotti, Stéphanie Dumont, Björn Oddsson, Freysteinn Sigmundsson
2020 Journal of Applied Volcanology  
Lessons and suggestions for how to run a large-scale volcanic exercise are given and could be adopted by those planning to rehearse their own response procedures.  ...  The scenario was designed to test the expertise and procedures of the local institutions in charge of warning and responding to volcanic hazards, namely the volcano observatory, national civil protection  ...  The Katla exercise would not have been possible without the involvement of the scientists who defined the scenario and acted as end-users and we specifically thank Bryndis Brandisdóttir, Sigrun Hreinsdóttir  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13617-019-0091-7 fatcat:te5qe2sexrcgfl2g4grbmxzbza

ePlan Multi-Surface

Apoorve Chokshi, Teddy Seyed, Francisco Marinho Rodrigues, Frank Maurer
2014 Proceedings of the Ninth ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces - ITS '14  
In collaboration with a military and emergency response simulation software company in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, we developed ePlan Multi-Surface, a multi-surface environment for communication and collaboration  ...  planning scenario.  ...  Many thanks to our colleagues from the Agile Surface Engineering (ASE) Lab at the University of Calgary in building the ePlan Multi-Surface environment.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2669485.2669520 dblp:conf/tabletop/ChokshiSRM14 fatcat:lcgsqv4sozeuzalnndylh4ip5m
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