Disaster Mitigation & Risk Reduction for Cartography in Big Data Era
While providing data support for disaster mitigation and risk reduction, cartography using Big Data has brought new challenges. How to correctly and effectively collect, organize, store, process and analyze disaster big data in disaster management? How can the adaptive mapping technology of disaster emergency response achieve a clear theme, comprehensive content, rapid response and dynamic evolution to meet the multi-level needs in rescue? How to cope with complexity issues and abstraction levels that are adequate to actors, decision-makers and civil society organizations in support of affected people?
To find responses to these questions, we would like to comment and discuss the following topics in the workshop:
- Risk databases, risk information cross-organizational interoperability, standards development, testbeds
- Disaster Geospatial Analysis and Data Mining
- Disaster Big Data Processing and Sharing
- Disaster management and emergency preparedness, prevention, alerting, response and mitigation
- Risk and multi-risk cartographic issues
- Cartography supporting Humanitarian Missions
- Intelligent and self-adaptive Disaster Cartography
- Mobile Disaster Cartography
- Disaster Risk Analyses and Mapping based on Social Big Data
Organizers: International Cartographic Association (ICA) – Commission on Cartography in Early Warning and Crises Management (CEW&CM), Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping (CASM) and Laboratory on Geoinformatics and Cartography, Department of Geography, Masaryk University, Brno, CZ
Date & Time: Sunday 18.09.2022, 2:30-5:00 pm
Venue: Jupiter, 2nd floor, Wiedner Hauptstraße 8-10, 1040 Wien
Fee: no charges for this workshop
Registration: by direct mail contact (email@example.com).
If you cannot participate, please cancel your registration via e-mail.
Max number of participants: 20
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