User-tailored visualization of simulation and sensor data for efficient crisis management

Authors

  • Nils Winter Fraunhofer SIRIOS | Fraunhofer IOSB Author
  • Michael Monteforte Fraunhofer SIRIOS | Fraunhofer IVI Author
  • Fabian Müller Fraunhofer SIRIOS | Fraunhofer EMI Author
  • Ines Rohrbach Fraunhofer SIRIOS | Fraunhofer IVI Author
  • Philipp Hertweck Fraunhofer SIRIOS | Fraunhofer IOSB Author
  • Till Martini Fraunhofer SIRIOS | Fraunhofer EMI Author

Keywords:

data aggregation, user-tailored data visualization, simulation data, sensor data, crisis management

Abstract

The availability of all relevant data in a situation report is key for efficient crisis management. The digital twin concept allows for comprehensive data accumulation, both from real-world sensors as well as augmented by simulations. However, the excessive amount and detail of data can hinder usability and discourage users or impede efficient decision making. To still benefit from such emerging technologies, user-tailored data visualization with appropriate filtering and processing is recommended. This work promotes the use of a standardized data aggregation in order to optimize customized data processing through implementation into existing platforms for crisis management. The concept is showcased for three well-established platforms with data accumulated from a standardized digital twin representation of urban critical infrastructure and emergency units. Each of the examples focuses on different facets of visualization as typically demanded by the respective target user group.

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Published

2024-05-15

How to Cite

Winter, N., Monteforte, M., Müller, F., Rohrbach, I., Hertweck, P., & Martini, T. (2024). User-tailored visualization of simulation and sensor data for efficient crisis management. ISCRAM Proceedings, 21. http://ojs.iscram.org/index.php/Proceedings/article/view/43

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