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Foundations for system implementation for a centralised intelligence fusion framework for emergency services

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3 Author(s)
Daniel Vincen ; Innovation Works, EADS UK, Newport, Wales, UK ; Dafni Stampouli ; Gavin Powell

There is an identified need for software to provide centralised command and control, information sharing, and support intelligence analysis tasks. In this paper we report on ongoing development of a centralised intelligence fusion framework to provide data and information fusion for interoperability of emergency services. In particular, the design, and specification of such a complex system is particular challenging, so this paper is focusing on the issues relating to system implementation, such as requirements and system architecture concepts. This paper aims to discuss technological foundations, and review some of available technologies which are currently combined as an initial implementation attempt. By using the described technologies for definition of hard and soft data through probabilistic enhanced ontologies and enriching service interfaces with semantic attributes in a service oriented architecture the situation and thread assessment are addressed for emergency services.

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Information Fusion, 2009. FUSION '09. 12th International Conference on

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6-9 July 2009