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Alternative Data Sources for Impact-Based Forecasts and Warnings and Impact Modelling Risk Communication
Introduction Impact modelling and early warning systems play a key role in community resilience. Identifying the specific impacts of a hazard allows communities to adjust their behaviours and better prepare. Availability ...
Usability of Disaster Apps: Insight from the App Markets
Background The general public has access to a plethora of ‘disaster apps’ through App Markets like iTunes and Google Play. However, limited research has studied these ‘disaster apps’ and how the public perceives their ...
Identifying Research Gap and Opportunities in the use of Multimodal Deep Learning for Emergency Management
With the proliferation of smart mobile devices, people are now increasingly using social media applications during disasters to share updates, check on loved ones, or inform officials. Additionally, there are many other ...
Disaster Apps: Usability Factors Affecting Continued Intention to Use
Smartphone applications (apps) have the potential to improve disaster resilience by providing an avenue to communicate relevant and time-critical information to the public. Multiple disaster apps already exist; however, ...
Smart Resilient Cities
Emerging technology and data processing tools are transforming the cities we live in, and the way we live in them. Understanding the confluence of trends and evolving relationship between people, systems and data is key ...
Conceptualising a disaster app: consolidating public alerting authorities’ social media and broadcast messages
Multiple agencies in New Zealand are mandated to warn the public of risks, hazards, or emergencies. The agencies have a plethora of public alerting options; including the capability to deliver alerts to the public through ...