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Using a Sensor Source Intelligence Cell to Connect and Distribute Visual Information from a Commercial Game Engine in a Disaster Management Exercise

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2 Author(s)
Persson, M. ; Saab Syst., Orebro ; Wide, P.

This paper presents a system where different scenarios can be played in a synthetic natural environment in form of a modified commercial game used for scenario simulation. This environment is connected to a command and control system that can visualize, process, store, and distribute sensor data and their interpretations within several command levels. It is specifically intended for mobile sensors used in remote sensing tasks. The system has been used in a disaster management exercise and there distributed information from a virtual accident to different command levels in the crisis management. The information consisted of live and recorded video, reports and map objects.

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Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference Proceedings, 2007. IMTC 2007. IEEE

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1-3 May 2007