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Spatial Decision Support System for Home Land Security

Submitted by sanganabasayya (@ganachari) on Friday, 31 August 2012

Section: Applications Technical level: Intermediate Session type: Lecture

Abstract

This provides effective and efficient approach for Emergency Management System.This paper provides the Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS) for govt. and concerned bodies for effective planning, damage assessment, taking decisions based on real time monitoring within short span of time.

Outline

Disaster causes serious disruption in the society resulting in wide spread human, material, economic and environmental losses within a nick of time. GIS provides a platform for Consequence assessment and develop emergency response plan by integrating data on key Critical infrastructures & other facilities.

This paper provides the Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS) for govt. and concerned bodies for effective planning, damage assessment, taking decisions based on real time monitoring within short span of time. During multiple emergencies, RS & GIS helps in hazard zoning, incident mapping, natural resources and critical infrastructures at risk, installing base camps and medical camps to conduct rescue and relief operations by analyzing affected, non-affected areas and extent of disaster. The GIS data can also be integrated and displayed on top of Google Map and Bing Map for visualization, planning and decision making process.

Requirements

Knowledge of Remote Sensing & GIS

Speaker bio

Sanganabasayya has about 9+ years of extensive experience in implementing Enterprise & Web based GIS Solutions. He holds Masters Degree in Remote Sensing and GIS and Graduate Degree in Civil Engineering. He is a dynamic, multi-skilled GIS Professional, articulates with good understanding of technology and successfully delivered effective, high-end solutions. He has provided innovative GIS consulting to various GIS Projects and also participated in various Geospatial forums.

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