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Incident Surveillance System Sujitmohanty
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Incident Surveillance System Sujitmohanty

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This is a presentation on Incident Surveillance System proposed for Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. The slides show the conceptual framework of a system to capture, analyze and …

This is a presentation on Incident Surveillance System proposed for Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. The slides show the conceptual framework of a system to capture, analyze and disseminate information on disaster events.

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  1. Presentation on Proposed Incident Surveillance System (for Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India Sujit Mohanty Date: 20/07/2004
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  4. Preliminary Data Collection Format Incident Server Research and analysis 3 rd Party Analysis Tool Maps Graphs Research and analysis of time series disaster data through 3 rd party analysis tools for trends, patterns of disasters and risk identification using graphs, maps etc. Archived > Situation Reports > Alerts > Damage Assessment > Need Assessment > Immediate Relief Requirements > Intervention Gap Analysis > Long term recovery and rehabilitation planning > Disaster Trends and patterns report > Risk identification Reports and Utility of the System

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