A RISK EXPRESSION SYSTEM DESIGN PLAN TO CONSTRUCT AN INTEGRATED ASSISTANCE PROCESS FOR DISASTER RESPONSE

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Year:
2016
Type of Publication:
In Proceedings
Keywords:
3D GIS, Risk Map, Floods, Disaster prevention, Decision Support System
Authors:
Ryu, Dong-Ha; Kim, Woo-Hyeon; Gang, Su-Myung; Kim, Tae-Su; Park, In-Kyou; Park, Jae-Hee; Choung, Yun-Jae
Abstract:
Several recent occurrences of natural disasters are linked to global climate change. These natural disasters lead to various human and facility damages. The major cause for concern on natural disasters in this country is the direct and indirect damages that have been produced by the non-existence of a control tower that can handle these disasters. In order to immediately prevent and respond to natural disasters, various data spread out in each department and local government need to be managed in an efficient manner, and a GIS integration plan is required to provide an integrated view of such data. The introduction of the 3D engine under active research worldwide and the creation of a platform that can intuitively display this 3D engine can construct an organic cooperation system between onsite personnel and government officials in charge. In addition, a plan is required to design such system that can endure the hardware loads accompanied by a large-scale system. In this study, a system design plan for an efficient and immediate disaster prevention and response has been suggested. The study results can be used as base materials for data management, data linkage, GIS-based display, and construction of the module integration system for information transfer in the future.
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