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Interoperability of Solutions in a Crisis Management Environment Showcased in Trial-Austria

Abstract : Crisis Management (CM) is a challenging area when it comes to connecting solutions aiming to support the various tasks involved in handling of CM situations. DRIVER+ [1] an EU-funded project launched in 2014 was setting up a technical infrastructure (so called Test-bed) that allows to interconnect solutions, so they can interact and exchange all crisis relevant information that commanders need, to make their decisions and plan their actions related to a specific crisis.To verify the DRIVER+ Test-bed as well as the DRIVER+ Trial Guidance Methodology [3] and furthermore, to overcome identified CM gaps [2], a series of Trials was setup. Trial-Austria was the fourth one to be executed.This Trial was especially challenging as it was held as a field exercise in parallel to a huge European Civil Protection Exercise (called IRONORE2019). The scenario to be dealt with was an earthquake scenario.The developed methodology, Test-bed as well as various solutions taking part in DRIVER+ are a perfect base and platform to deal with whatever hazard (e.g. chemical, physical, etc.) is endangering our environment or wellbeing.
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Gerald Schimak, Dražen Ignjatović, Erik Vullings, Maurice Sammels. Interoperability of Solutions in a Crisis Management Environment Showcased in Trial-Austria. 13th International Symposium on Environmental Software Systems (ISESS), Feb 2020, Wageningen, Netherlands. pp.173-187, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-39815-6_17⟩. ⟨hal-03361888⟩



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