Map-based interfaces for common operational picture
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Original versionOpach, T., Rød, J. K., Munkvold, B. E., Radianti, J., Steen-Tveit, K. & Grottenberg, L. O. (2020). Map-based interfaces for common operational picture. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 506-516. Retrieved from http://idl.iscram.org/files/tomaszopach/2020/2249_TomaszOpach_etal2020.pdf
Common operationalpicture (COP) map-based interfacesdisplay operational information to support integrationofemergency responders. Such interfacesintegrate different subsystems and present the resulting information into an overview for enabling situation awareness. Literature shows that they are often developed from non-user-centric perspectives and are defined in technological terms that arenot adequately capturing the users’ needs. Therefore,theaim of this particular work in progressis to get insight into the features and the role of COP map-based interfaces currently being used in Norway to (1) examine theircontent, functionality, and design;and(2) to understand how such displays are incorporated into the servicecontext.This studystructuresthe knowledge on map displays that constitute part of the COP services.Using workshopand interviews with the developers and usersof existing COP map services, we identify requirements for a common operational symbology and common operational functionality to improvesuch map services andmake them interoperable.