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A schematic representation of the structure of the RISICO system
The conceptual scheme depicted in Fig. 2 is quite general and
may constitute the basis for the development of different schemes
for the assessment of potential fire danger index.
The information that feeds the various modules represented in
Fig. 2 is partly static and partly dynamic.
Mazzetti, Paolo; Nativi, Stefano; Angelini, Valerio; Verlato, Marco; Fiorucci, PaoloJournal: Earth Science Informatics
Issue 1DOI: 10.1007/s12145-009-0025-8Published: 2009-06-26Institution(s):
Italian National Research Council, National Institute of Nuclear Physics, CIMA Foundation
During the full cycle of the emergency management, Civil Protection operative procedures involve many actors belonging to several institutions playing different roles. In this context the sharing of information is a vital requirement to make correct and effective decisions. Therefore a European-wide technological infrastructure providing a distributed and coordinated access to different kinds of resources (data, information, services, expertise, etc.) could enhance existing Civil Protection applications and even enable new ones. In the recent years Grid technologies have reached a mature state providing a platform for secure and coordinated resource sharing between the participants in the so-called Virtual Organizations. Moreover the Earth and Space Sciences Informatics provide the conceptual tools for modelling the geospatial information shared in Civil Protection applications during its entire life cycle. Therefore a European Civil Protection e-infrastructure could be based on a Grid platform enhanced with Earth Sciences specific services. However Civil Protection applications stress the requirements of Earth Sciences research applications, for example in terms of real-time support. Therefore a set of high-level services specifically tailored for such applications must be built on top of the Grid platform. As a result of a requirement analysis, the FP6 project CYCLOPS has proposed an architectural framework for the future European Civil Protection e-Infrastructure. In this architecture a layer of high-level services tailored to Civil Protection applications is built on top of the EGEE Grid middleware. This architectural approach has been tested implementing a prototype of a grid-enabled RISICO, the application for wild fire risk assessment used by the Italian Civil Protection.
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