Disaster 2.0 repository

Disaster 2.0 project repository

D2.0 is a 2-year project exploring how EU governments currently and can potentially use Web 2.0 applications and Semantic Technologies in disaster response.  Our project aims to establish the role of Web 2.0 platforms in mitigating damage to critical infrastructure (CI) and building resilience in the public. It will also establish the scope for semantic web (Web 3.0) technologies in emergency management.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Disaster 2.0 project repository

The repository is an online resource of materials, lessons and samples of good practice identified during the Disaster 2.0 project. The materials available on the repository focus on the current and potential use of Web 2.0 applications and Semantic Technologies in disaster response. Throughout the project, the repository will be updated with new materials both related to and as an output of the Disaster 2.0 project.

Disaster 2.0 Contact Details

Disaster 2.0 Project
Room 271,
Aston Business School,
Aston University,
Birmingham,
B4 7ET,
United Kingdom.

Tel: +44 (0) 121 204 3249
Fax: +44 (0) 121 204 5271

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