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JDR Vol.9 No.2 pp. 206-215
doi: 10.20965/jdr.2014.p0206
(2014)

Survey Report:

A Fundamental Study of Efficiency of Information Processing in Emergency Operations Center

Fumiaki Ichinose*1, Yuji Maeda*1, Naoko Kosaka*1,
Mitsuhiro Higashida*2, Masahiro Sugiyama*3, Hideki Takeda*3,
Tomomi Yamamoto*4, and Haruo Hayashi*5

*1NTT Secure Platform Laboratories, 3-9-11 Midori-Cho, Musashino-Shi, Tokyo 180-8585, Japan

*2Nippon Telegraph and Telephone West Corporation, Osaka, Japan

*3NTT Learning Systems Corporation, Tokyo, Japan

*4Kashihara City in Nara Prefecture, Nara, Japan

*5Kyoto University, Gokasho, Uji-shi, Kyoto, Japan

Received:
November 28, 2013
Accepted:
February 10, 2014
Published:
March 1, 2014
Keywords:
emergency operations center, information processing, WebEOC®, ISO22320
Abstract

Many of the emergency operations centers that take the initiative in commanding and controlling on disaster response still rely on inefficient manual information processing even though they have ICT systems at hand. This paper reports on 3-year functional exercises in a local government using ICT to improve information processing.

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