Communication in Emergency Management through Data Integration and Trust: an introduction to the CEM-DIT system

Fiona McNeill, Diana Bental, Paolo Missier, Jannetta Steyn, Tom Kumar, Jeremy Bryans

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This paper discusses the development of the CEM-DIT (Communication in Emergency Management through Data Integration and Trust) system, which allows decision makers in crises to send out automated data requests to multiple heterogeneous and potentially unknown sources and interactively determine how reliable, relevant and trustworthy the responses are. We describe the underlying technology, which is based partially on data integration and matching, and partly on utilisation of provenance data. We describe our cooperation with the Urban Observatory (UO), which allows us to develop the system in collaboration with developers of the kind of crisis-relevant data which the system is designed for. The system is currently in development, and we describe which parts are fully implemented and which are currently being developed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of International Conference on Informations Systems for Crises Response and Management
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 25 Mar 2019
Event16th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management: ISCRAM 2019 - Valencia, Spain
Duration: 19 May 201922 May 2019

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Conference16th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management
CountrySpain
CityValencia
Period19/05/1922/05/19

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McNeill, F., Bental, D., Missier, P., Steyn, J., Kumar, T., & Bryans, J. (Accepted/In press). Communication in Emergency Management through Data Integration and Trust: an introduction to the CEM-DIT system. In Proceedings of International Conference on Informations Systems for Crises Response and Management

Communication in Emergency Management through Data Integration and Trust : an introduction to the CEM-DIT system. / McNeill, Fiona; Bental, Diana; Missier, Paolo; Steyn, Jannetta; Kumar, Tom; Bryans, Jeremy.

Proceedings of International Conference on Informations Systems for Crises Response and Management. 2019.

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McNeill, F, Bental, D, Missier, P, Steyn, J, Kumar, T & Bryans, J 2019, Communication in Emergency Management through Data Integration and Trust: an introduction to the CEM-DIT system. in Proceedings of International Conference on Informations Systems for Crises Response and Management. 16th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, Valencia, Spain, 19/05/19.
McNeill F, Bental D, Missier P, Steyn J, Kumar T, Bryans J. Communication in Emergency Management through Data Integration and Trust: an introduction to the CEM-DIT system. In Proceedings of International Conference on Informations Systems for Crises Response and Management. 2019
McNeill, Fiona ; Bental, Diana ; Missier, Paolo ; Steyn, Jannetta ; Kumar, Tom ; Bryans, Jeremy. / Communication in Emergency Management through Data Integration and Trust : an introduction to the CEM-DIT system. Proceedings of International Conference on Informations Systems for Crises Response and Management. 2019.
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