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A Study on The Controllability Function and Sevice Design for Disaster Damage Reduction in the IoT Environment
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 Title & Authors
A Study on The Controllability Function and Sevice Design for Disaster Damage Reduction in the IoT Environment
Yang, Jung-Mo; Kim, Jeong-Ho;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose the controllability function and service design to efficiently implement the control of the disaster communication network, using Internet of Things(IoT) Technology. In accordance with the spread of Information Communication Technology(ICT), the era for building a disaster communications system without exclusion over the entire areas has emerged. National wireless mesh networks for public safety and disaster relief have been evolving to strengthen the pre-disaster response system using the latest technologies through the convergence of various technologies and services from the viewpoint of the command and control between disaster response agencies. In line with such a technological paradigm shift, the controllability of the objects in the IoT has been emerging as a key quality requirement of a disaster communications system. In this study, the objects are classified by the subject of control according to the IoT component, such as data, network resources and services in order to effectively implement their controllability. In addition, based on the destination of this controllability, technologies and services have been designed that can reduce the damage caused by disasters. Technologies and services that were derived from this study must be implemented in the current disaster safety network systems together with the establishment of an infrastructure for the networks in order that all persons are able to effectively utilize the disaster communications system for their safety.
 Keywords
Emergency Communication;Disaster Communication;Public Safety-LTE;Disaster Safety Network;Victim Communication;Disaster On-Site Communication;
 Language
Korean
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