Geo-information for Disaster Management

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Plenary Contributions.- Orchestra: Developing a Unified Open Architecture for Risk Management Applications.- Laser Scanning Applications on Disaster Management.- Big Brother or Eye in the Sky? Legal Aspects of Space-Based Geo-Information for Disaster Management.- ICT for Environmental Risk Management in the EU Research Context.- Airborne Passive Microwave Radiometry for Emergency Response.- Flood Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping in Vietnam.- Oral Contributions.- Geo Information Breaks through Sector Think.- Accurate On-Time Geo-Information for Disaster Management and Disaster Prevention by Precise Airborne Lidar Scanning.- Methodology for Making Geographic Information Relevant to Crisis Management.- The Value of Gi4DM for Transport & Water Management.- A Case Study in Multiagency GIS for Managing a Large-Scale Natural Disaster.- User-Oriented Provision of Geo-Information in Disaster Management: Potentials of Spatial Data Infrastructures considering Brandenburg/Germany as an Example.- PEGASUS: A Future Tool for Providing Near Real-Time High Resolution Data for Disaster Management.- Disaster Management: The Challenges for a National Geographic Information Provider.- CNES Research and Development and Available Software in the Framework of Space-Images Based Risk and Disaster Management.- A Decision Support System for Preventive Evacuation of People.- Poster contributions.- Considering Elevation Uncertainty for Managing Probable Disasters.- Emergency Preparedness System for the Lower Mekong River Basin: A Conceptual Approach Using Earth Observation and Geomatics.- Framing Spatial Decision-Making and Disaster Management in Time.- Disaster Monitoring Based on Portable Terminal for Real-Time RADARSAT-1 Data Acquisition.- User Requirements for a Mobile Disaster Documentation System.- Plenary Contributions.- Use of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Technologies in Disaster Management, especially Earthquakes.- The 26 December 2004 Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami Seen by Satellite Altimeters and GPS.- Near-Real Time Post-Disaster Damage Assessment with Airborne Oblique Video Data.- Abilities of Airborne and Space-Borne Sensors for Managing Natural Disasters.- The Use of GIS Technologies within the NOAA Climate Prediction Center’s FEWS-NET Program.- Geo-Information for Urban Risk Assessment in Developing Countries: The SLARIM project.- Oral Contributions.- Mass Movement Monitoring Using Terrestrial Laser Scanner for Rock Fall Management.- Findings of the European Platform of New Technologies for Civil Protection: Current Practice and Challenges.- Geo-Information at the Belgian Federal Crisis Centre.- Real Time 3D Environment Simulation Applied to the Disaster Management Field: Our Experience.- Geo-Information for Disaster Management: Lessons from 9/11.- Soft Real-Time GIS for Disaster Monitoring.- Step-Wise Improvement of Precursor Services to an Integrated Crisis Information Center for Mountainous Areas.- Alsat-1: First Member of the DMC.- Experience and Perspective of Providing Satellite Based Crisis Information, Emergency Mapping & Disaster Monitoring Information to Decision Makers and Relief Workers.- Poster contributions.- Survey Methodologies for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage Sites.- A New Geo-Information Architecture for Risk Management.- Software to Support a Specialized Bank of Electronic Maps.- Project OCTAGON: Special UAVs - Autonomous Airborne Platforms.- Disaster Prevention for Alpine Routes.- Step by Step Constitution of an Emergency Management Based Object Model and Database System on Linux for the I.T.U. Campus D.I.S..- Development of a Web-Based GIS Using SDI for Disaster Management.- Visual System for Metric 3D Data Gathering and Processing in Real Time.- Plenary Contributions.- Risk Assessment Using Spatial Prediction Model for Natural Disaster Preparedness.- Automatically Extracting Manmade Objects from Pan-Sharpened High-Resolution Satellite Imagery Using a Fuzzy Segmentation Method.- Oral Contributions.- Extension of NASA’s Science and Technology Results, Earth Observations for Decision Support.- A Concept of an Intelligent Decision Support for Crisis Management in the OASIS project.- Mapping World Events.- Allocation of Functional Behavior to Geo-Information for Improved Disaster Planning and Management.- Towards an Integrated Concept for Geographical Information Systems in Disaster Management.- A Distributed Spatial Data Library for Emergency Management.- On Quality-Aware Composition of Geographic Information Services for Disaster Management.- Web-Based Assessment and Decision Support Technology.- Evaluating the Relevance of Spatial Data in Time Critical Situations.- Dealing with Uncertainty in the Real-Time Knowledge Discovery Process.- Poster Contributions.- Experience in Applying Information Technologies to Ensure Safe Operation of Russian Nuclear Industry Facilities.- Building Disaster Anticipation Information into the Ghana Development and Poverty Mapping and Monitoring System.- Vulnerability Assessment for Food Crisis Management in the Sahel Region.- Using Remote Sensing Data for Earthquake Damage Assessment in Afghanistan: The Role of the International Charter.- 3D Buffering: A Visualization Tool for Disaster Management.- Plenary Contributions.- A GIS-Based Spatial Decision Support System for Emergency Services: London’s King’s Cross St. Pancras Underground Station.- CityGML: Interoperable Access to 3D City Models.- Population Density Estimations for Disaster Management: Case Study Rural Zimbabwe.- The Fourth Column in Action: Dutch Municipalities Organizing Geo-Information for Disaster Management.- Oral Contributions.- GRIFINOR: Integrated Object-Oriented Solution for Navigating Real-Time 3D Virtual Environments.- An Intelligent Hybrid Agent for Medical Emergency Vehicles Navigation in Urban Spaces.- GIS Solutions in Public Safety: A Case Study of the Broward County Sheriff.- Information Management Boosts Command & Control.- Task-Centred Adaptation of Geographic Information to Support Disaster Management.- The Adoption of Geo-information and Geographic Information Systems for Natural Disaster Risk Management by Local Authorities.- Web-Based 3D Visual User Interface to a Flood Forecasting System.- A Web Application for Landslide Inventory Using Data-Driven SVG.- High-Resolution Satellite Image Sources for Disaster Management in Urban Areas.- Geo-Information as an Integral Component of the National Disaster Hazard and Vulnerability “ATLAS”.- Poster Contributions.- Seismic Emergency Management: Technologies at Work.- Plenary Contributions.- Pedestrian Navigation in Difficult Environments: Results of the ESA Project SHADE.- Location Interoperability Services for Medical Emergency Operations during Disasters.- Oral Contributions.- Evacuation Route Calculation of Inner Buildings.- Poster Contributions.- Geo Embedded Navigation.- LoBI-X: Location-Based, Bi-Directional, Information Exchange, over Wireless Networks.- Plenary Contributions.- Integrated Distributed GIS Approach for Earthquake Disaster Modeling and Visualization.- M3Flood: An Integrated System for Flood Forecasting and Emergency Management.- Oral Contributions.- Mobile Hardware and Software Complex to Support Work of Radiation Safety Experts in Field Conditions.- The New Zoning Approach for Earthquake Risk Assessment.- Application of Remote Sensing and GIS Technology in Forest Fire Risk Modeling and Management of Forest Fires: A Case Study in the Garhwal Himalayan Region.- A Web GIS for Managing Post-Earthquake Emergencies.- Web Based Information System for Natural Hazard Analysis in an Alpine Valley.- Using Explorative Spatial Analysis to Improve Fire and Rescue Services.- The Global Terrestrial Network for River Discharge (GTN-R): Near Real-Time Data Acquisition and Dissemination Tool for Online River Discharge and Water Level Information.- Contribution of Earth Observation Data Supplied by the New Satellite Sensors to Flood Disaster Assessment and Hazard Reduction.- The Relationship between Settlement Density and Informal Settlement Fires: Case Study of Imizamo Yethu, Hout Bay and Joe Slovo, Cape Town Metropolis.- Poster Contributions.- AVHRR Data for Real-Time Operational Flood Forecasting in Malaysia.- Supporting Flood Disaster Response by Freeware Spatial Data in Hungary.- The Use of GIS as Tool to Support Risk Assessment.- Ignored Devastating Disasters and Hazards: The Case of the Horn of Africa.- Tight Coupling of SFlood and ArcView GIS 3.2 for Flood Risk Analysis.- Public Participation Geographic Information Sharing Systems for Community Based Urban Disaster Mitigation.

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Geo-information technology can be of considerable use in disaster management, but with considerable challenge in integrating systems, interoperability and reliability. This book provides a broad overview of geo-information technology, software, systems needed, currently used and to be developed for disaster management. The text invites discussion on systems and requirements for use of geo-information under time and stress constraints and unfamiliar situations, environments and circumstances.

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"This book provides a welcome addition to the literature on geo-information for disaster management. ... previous literature on this topic has been scattered ... . It is therefore exceedingly useful to have a consolidated range of papers in one publication. ... students, researchers, developers and users of geo-information in the disaster-management field will find this book an excellent resource. It clearly demonstrates how varied this field is ... . the book covers a large range of both natural and man-made disaster-management issues." (Catherine Lowe, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol. 33, 2006)

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  • Plenary Contributions.- Orchestra: Developing a Unified Open Architecture for Risk Management Applications.- Laser Scanning Applications on Disaster Management.- Big Brother or Eye in the Sky? Legal Aspects of Space-Based Geo-Information for Disaster Management.- ICT for Environmental Risk Management in the EU Research Context.- Airborne Passive Microwave Radiometry for Emergency Response.- Flood Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping in Vietnam.- Oral Contributions.- Geo Information Breaks through Sector Think.- Accurate On-Time Geo-Information for Disaster Management and Disaster Prevention by Precise Airborne Lidar Scanning.- Methodology for Making Geographic Information Relevant to Crisis Management.- The Value of Gi4DM for Transport & Water Management.- A Case Study in Multiagency GIS for Managing a Large-Scale Natural Disaster.- User-Oriented Provision of Geo-Information in Disaster Management: Potentials of Spatial Data Infrastructures considering Brandenburg/Germany as an Example.- PEGASUS: A Future Tool for Providing Near Real-Time High Resolution Data for Disaster Management.- Disaster Management: The Challenges for a National Geographic Information Provider.- CNES Research and Development and Available Software in the Framework of Space-Images Based Risk and Disaster Management.- A Decision Support System for Preventive Evacuation of People.- Poster contributions.- Considering Elevation Uncertainty for Managing Probable Disasters.- Emergency Preparedness System for the Lower Mekong River Basin: A Conceptual Approach Using Earth Observation and Geomatics.- Framing Spatial Decision-Making and Disaster Management in Time.- Disaster Monitoring Based on Portable Terminal for Real-Time RADARSAT-1 Data Acquisition.- User Requirements for a Mobile Disaster Documentation System.- Plenary Contributions.- Use of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Technologies in Disaster Management, especially Earthquakes.- The 26 December 2004 Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami Seen by Satellite Altimeters and GPS.- Near-Real Time Post-Disaster Damage Assessment with Airborne Oblique Video Data.- Abilities of Airborne and Space-Borne Sensors for Managing Natural Disasters.- The Use of GIS Technologies within the NOAA Climate Prediction Center’s FEWS-NET Program.- Geo-Information for Urban Risk Assessment in Developing Countries: The SLARIM project.- Oral Contributions.- Mass Movement Monitoring Using Terrestrial Laser Scanner for Rock Fall Management.- Findings of the European Platform of New Technologies for Civil Protection: Current Practice and Challenges.- Geo-Information at the Belgian Federal Crisis Centre.- Real Time 3D Environment Simulation Applied to the Disaster Management Field: Our Experience.- Geo-Information for Disaster Management: Lessons from 9/11.- Soft Real-Time GIS for Disaster Monitoring.- Step-Wise Improvement of Precursor Services to an Integrated Crisis Information Center for Mountainous Areas.- Alsat-1: First Member of the DMC.- Experience and Perspective of Providing Satellite Based Crisis Information, Emergency Mapping & Disaster Monitoring Information to Decision Makers and Relief Workers.- Poster contributions.- Survey Methodologies for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage Sites.- A New Geo-Information Architecture for Risk Management.- Software to Support a Specialized Bank of Electronic Maps.- Project OCTAGON: Special UAVs - Autonomous Airborne Platforms.- Disaster Prevention for Alpine Routes.- Step by Step Constitution of an Emergency Management Based Object Model and Database System on Linux for the I.T.U. Campus D.I.S..- Development of a Web-Based GIS Using SDI for Disaster Management.- Visual System for Metric 3D Data Gathering and Processing in Real Time.- Plenary Contributions.- Risk Assessment Using Spatial Prediction Model for Natural Disaster Preparedness.- Automatically Extracting Manmade Objects from Pan-Sharpened High-Resolution Satellite Imagery Using a Fuzzy Segmentation Method.- Oral Contributions.- Extension of NASA’s Science and Technology Results, Earth Observations for Decision Support.- A Concept of an Intelligent Decision Support for Crisis Management in the OASIS project.- Mapping World Events.- Allocation of Functional Behavior to Geo-Information for Improved Disaster Planning and Management.- Towards an Integrated Concept for Geographical Information Systems in Disaster Management.- A Distributed Spatial Data Library for Emergency Management.- On Quality-Aware Composition of Geographic Information Services for Disaster Management.- Web-Based Assessment and Decision Support Technology.- Evaluating the Relevance of Spatial Data in Time Critical Situations.- Dealing with Uncertainty in the Real-Time Knowledge Discovery Process.- Poster Contributions.- Experience in Applying Information Technologies to Ensure Safe Operation of Russian Nuclear Industry Facilities.- Building Disaster Anticipation Information into the Ghana Development and Poverty Mapping and Monitoring System.- Vulnerability Assessment for Food Crisis Management in the Sahel Region.- Using Remote Sensing Data for Earthquake Damage Assessment in Afghanistan: The Role of the International Charter.- 3D Buffering: A Visualization Tool for Disaster Management.- Plenary Contributions.- A GIS-Based Spatial Decision Support System for Emergency Services: London’s King’s Cross St. Pancras Underground Station.- CityGML: Interoperable Access to 3D City Models.- Population Density Estimations for Disaster Management: Case Study Rural Zimbabwe.- The Fourth Column in Action: Dutch Municipalities Organizing Geo-Information for Disaster Management.- Oral Contributions.- GRIFINOR: Integrated Object-Oriented Solution for Navigating Real-Time 3D Virtual Environments.- An Intelligent Hybrid Agent for Medical Emergency Vehicles Navigation in Urban Spaces.- GIS Solutions in Public Safety: A Case Study of the Broward County Sheriff.- Information Management Boosts Command & Control.- Task-Centred Adaptation of Geographic Information to Support Disaster Management.- The Adoption of Geo-information and Geographic Information Systems for Natural Disaster Risk Management by Local Authorities.- Web-Based 3D Visual User Interface to a Flood Forecasting System.- A Web Application for Landslide Inventory Using Data-Driven SVG.- High-Resolution Satellite Image Sources for Disaster Management in Urban Areas.- Geo-Information as an Integral Component of the National Disaster Hazard and Vulnerability “ATLAS”.- Poster Contributions.- Seismic Emergency Management: Technologies at Work.- Plenary Contributions.- Pedestrian Navigation in Difficult Environments: Results of the ESA Project SHADE.- Location Interoperability Services for Medical Emergency Operations during Disasters.- Oral Contributions.- Evacuation Route Calculation of Inner Buildings.- Poster Contributions.- Geo Embedded Navigation.- LoBI-X: Location-Based, Bi-Directional, Information Exchange, over Wireless Networks.- Plenary Contributions.- Integrated Distributed GIS Approach for Earthquake Disaster Modeling and Visualization.- M3Flood: An Integrated System for Flood Forecasting and Emergency Management.- Oral Contributions.- Mobile Hardware and Software Complex to Support Work of Radiation Safety Experts in Field Conditions.- The New Zoning Approach for Earthquake Risk Assessment.- Application of Remote Sensing and GIS Technology in Forest Fire Risk Modeling and Management of Forest Fires: A Case Study in the Garhwal Himalayan Region.- A Web GIS for Managing Post-Earthquake Emergencies.- Web Based Information System for Natural Hazard Analysis in an Alpine Valley.- Using Explorative Spatial Analysis to Improve Fire and Rescue Services.- The Global Terrestrial Network for River Discharge (GTN-R): Near Real-Time Data Acquisition and Dissemination Tool for Online River Discharge and Water Level Information.- Contribution of Earth Observation Data Supplied by the New Satellite Sensors to Flood Disaster Assessment and Hazard Reduction.- The Relationship between Settlement Density and Informal Settlement Fires: Case Study of Imizamo Yethu, Hout Bay and Joe Slovo, Cape Town Metropolis.- Poster Contributions.- AVHRR Data for Real-Time Operational Flood Forecasting in Malaysia.- Supporting Flood Disaster Response by Freeware Spatial Data in Hungary.- The Use of GIS as Tool to Support Risk Assessment.- Ignored Devastating Disasters and Hazards: The Case of the Horn of Africa.- Tight Coupling of SFlood and ArcView GIS 3.2 for Flood Risk Analysis.- Public Participation Geographic Information Sharing Systems for Community Based Urban Disaster Mitigation.