Less is more - Some cautions regarding mindless use of ICT in emergency management

@inproceedings{Borell2015LessIM,
  title={Less is more - Some cautions regarding mindless use of ICT in emergency management},
  author={Jonas Borell and Emilie Stroh},
  year={2015}
}
Emergency management practice can be supported by ICT in many ways, and numerous ICT-based systems are available that offer support in the different phases of emergency management. Yet, many such systems do not provide as much support to emergency management as expected or wished for. In some situations they may even compromise emergency management performance, due to suboptimal adaptation to the people who use them. This paper describes aspects of human functioning that should be considered in… CONTINUE READING

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