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Proceedings of the 17th IAARC/CIB/IEEE/IFAC/IFR International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction
In recent years it has become a trend to use the Geographical Information System (GIS) for disaster mitigation and hazard prevention. The GIS can quickly and efficiently process large amount of spatial data and their attributes. When deployed, it is a valuable tool for decision supports and in-disaster responses, and it can facilitate the operations of disaster mitigation and emergency rescues. When a major disaster strikes, successful rescues depend on the quick arrival at disaster sites anddoi:10.22260/isarc2000/0128 fatcat:p3fdrbhqlrd6fj75ve26louwhu