Project deliverable Open Access
Iosif Sklavidis; Christos Angelidis; Giorgos Mimoglou; Kalliopi Angelaki; Giorgos Vafeiadis; Iosif Angelidis; Katerina Margariti; Spyros Boletis; Christodoulos Santorinaios
This deliverable is produced in the scope of WP3’s D3.7 “Requirements to Situation Awareness and SA Model v.2”. D3.7 describes methods for finding the necessary knowledge for first responders in order to achieve a level of situation awareness and to develop disaster emergencies. Situation Awareness (SA) is the accuracy with which people perceive, recognize and anticipate modifications in their environment that are relevant to achieving operational goals. Initially, in order to capture, develop, share and use organizational knowledge to finally enable SA, a Knowledge Management System is required. The Knowledge Management System requires components, both human and hardware, that must follow a variety of operational goals (time of response, time of deployment, rescue victims etc.).
The goal of the deliverable, is the further extension of requirements to D3.1, the definition of the requirements of the Knowledge Management functionality in order to enable the situation awareness, a more efficient context-aware data sharing and presentation to the emergency responding actors, and subsequently more efficient decision-making support. The requirements to be collected should address different aspects of the S&R system functionality such as:
These needs will support the risk awareness in decision-making, related to both victims as well as staff on the field.
SnR_D3.7 - Requirements to knowledge management and SA Model, v2_v1.00.pdf