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Consideration on u-Gov's Role for Effective Reaction to Disaster
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 Title & Authors
Consideration on u-Gov's Role for Effective Reaction to Disaster
Choung, Young-chul; Bae, Yong-Guen;
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 Abstract
In reacting to disasters, rationality only relies on human experience leads to huge lose. Accordingly, in order to prepare for national emergency due to diverse and complicated disaster, the government needs to transfer into cooperation-based disaster management system using smart UT. Hence, this paper analyzes current disaster management systems' problems and considers resolution in fulfilling the requirement in safety. Then, it suggests service structure for technically effective UT utilization and considers u-Gov's role in preparing unpredictable disasters.
 Keywords
Disaster Response;Government3.0;Ubiquitous Government;Ubiquitous Technology;Ubiquitous Technology Sensor Network;
 Language
Korean
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