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Why is interoperability important? A view from first responders

Crisis management can be defined as development of strategies to inform a response mechanism to deal with a sudden and sign…

Why is interoperability important? A view from technological developers

As the world becomes increasingly interconnected there are a growing number of cross-border crises, for example internation…

Why is interoperability important? A view from standardisation bodies

What is interoperability in the context of crisis management? Interoperability refers to the ability of diverse systems and…

Assessing the ethical and societal impact of new standards in the crisis management domain

The analysis of the ethical and societal issues of (pre)standardisation processes in the crisis management domain can help …

Improving disaster risk management: the role of Information Communication Technology (ICTs)

The Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) implementation workshop is an innovative international event, which brings together acad…

Mapping the crisis management standardisation landscape

Despite the abundance of expertise in disaster risk reduction across European organisations, there is no harmonized approac…

First Strategy Workshop – Working with first responders and domain experts to improve disaster response

On 2 Dec 2020, the STRATEGY consortium hosted its first virtual workshop, welcoming the projects’ End-User Advisory Board a…

Improving the interoperability of crisis management solutions across the EU

In order to ensure public safety and security in disasters, effective crisis management requires efficient communication an…