4c-challenge

Interoperability - A key requirement for emergency and disaster management

English

Athina Trakas, Director, European Services, Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)

 

Earthquake emergency preparedness in Central-Hungary - Preparing rapid response measurements using Remote Sensing and GIS-methods

English

Barbara Theilen-Willige, TU Berlin, Institute of Applied Geosciences, Department of Hydrogeology, Germany

Helmut Wenzel, VCE Holding GmbH, Vienna, Austria

latitude: 

47

longitude: 

19

A prototype design for a Web-GIS disaster support system: The Bolivia Amazon case study

English

Vicente García García, Humberto L. Perotto-Baldivieso, Stephen Hallett
Natural Resources Department, Cranfield University, United Kingdom

Support of remote sensing for natural disaster risk maps in Leyte, Philippines

English

Olaf Neussner, Chief Advisor for

latitude: 

11

longitude: 

125

Monitoring and prediction of natural disasters in Kyrgyzstan

English

Teshebaeva Kanayim and Bolot Moldobekov

Central Asian Institute for Applied Geosciences (CAIAG)

latitude: 

43

longitude: 

75

Flood hazard assessment with the help of satellite imagery

English

Matthias Zink, Dresden University of Technology

Free tagging: 

latitude: 

10

longitude: 

-84

Earth observation and geospatial information in support of risk and disaster management

English

The third session saw presentations of relevant space-based solutions for risk and

PLATON - Trusted Unified Communication & Collaboration (UCC) in health or disaster projects

English

Ingo Liedtke, T-Systems International GmbH, PDC Engineering, Germany

Emergency.lu Solution

English

Marianne Donven, Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Benjamin Hourte, HITEC Luxembourg S.A.
Alan Kuresevic, SES Astra TechCom
Sven Mertes, Luxembourg Air Rescue

latitude: 

50

longitude: 

6

IT-supported management of mass casualty incidents: the e-Triage project

English

Anton Donner and Javier Mulero Chaves

DLR, Institute of Communications and Navigation, Weßling/Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

Introduction

The World Health Organization (WHO) gives the following definitions of disasters and emergencies:

latitude: 

48

longitude: 

11

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