Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Development of Cross-Border Regions: Economic, Social and Security Challenges (ICSDCBR 2019)

Geo-information technologies to support management decisions in emergency situations

Authors
S Yu Katsko, P Yu Bugakov, E Yu Voronkin
Corresponding Author
S Yu Katsko
Available Online November 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icsdcbr-19.2019.128How to use a DOI?
Keywords
geo-information technologies, emergency situation, management decisions, maps
Abstract
Management process of an emergency situation is characterized by the involvement of a large number of organizations and specialists in various fields and by using a wide range of information technology tools, which allow substantially automate the work to prevent disasters and consequences response. In an emergency, one of the key issues is the quality of geoinformational support of management decisions, timely creation and updating of electronic and digital maps. This paper describes the instrumental reference analytical geoinformation system, which allows for the professional GIS processing, including by those users who do not know how to use GIS technology processing. The GIS processing occurs automatically, without user intervention through a special GIS application based on describing the user-desired result. Results of the GIS processing are formed as an outcome of the users’ selections of the most appropriate sample results and their answers to specific questions, automatically generated by the application of GIS in the process of dialogue with the user.
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AU  - E Yu Voronkin
PY  - 2019/11
DA  - 2019/11
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BT  - International Conference on Sustainable Development of Cross-Border Regions: Economic, Social and Security Challenges (ICSDCBR 2019)
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