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Virtual Reality to Train for Crisis Management

Abstract : The EGCERSIS project aims at using virtual reality to improve the efficiency of the crisis management preparation phase. The idea is to tackle the drawbacks of regular crisis management exercises thanks to fully configurable scenarios taking place in digital twins of real critical sites. Virtual exercises will improve, among other things, the frequency, efficiency, and modularity of crisis management preparation, while reducing its costs. In this article, we demonstrate the idea of the project through a simple use-case taking place in a metro station and involving three crisis responders. By linking virtual exercises to our crisis management platform, we also want to demonstrate the usefulness of decision-support systems during a crisis.
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Aurélie Conges, Alexis Evain, Olivier Chabiron, Col Jacob Graham, Frederick Benaben. Virtual Reality to Train for Crisis Management. ISCRAM 2020 - 17th International conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, May 2020, Balcksburg, United States. p.1100-1112. ⟨hal-02892551⟩



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