Rapid Flood Damage Mapping and Information Dissemination During Emergency Event: An Experiment in OGC Disaster Resilience Pilot
posterposted on 30.01.2020 by Li Lin, Liping Di, Chen Zhang, Eugene Genong Yu, Juozas Gaigalas
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Flooding is one of the most common disasters in the
world. Among various types of flooding, flash flood
and coastal flood during (and after) hurricanes causes
devastating damages to economy and human life in
the world. Flooding in hurricane are usually hard to
predict due to few reasons. This research utilized the
scientific models, Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
standards and the Geospatial Platform (GeoPlatform)
(https://www.geoplatform.gov/) to test the feasibility
on resolving above difficulties in OGC Disaster
Resilience Pilot (DRP-2019).
This poster was presented at the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Winter Meeting held in Bethesda, MD in January 2020.
Open Geospatial Consortium
USDA NASS 58-3AEU-2-0033