Towards a Mobile Augmented Reality System for Emergency Management: The Case of SAFE


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Angelo Croatti, Alessandro Ricci, Mirko Viroli

International Journal of Distributed Systems and Technologies 8(1), pages 46–58
2017

The impressive development of wearable computing and augmented/mixed reality technologies that has been occurring in recent years allows for devising ICT systems that can bring a disruptive innovation in how emergency medical operations take place. In this paper the authors describe first explorations in that direction, represented by a distributed collaborative system called SAFE (Smart Augmented Field for Emergency) for teams of rescuers and operators involved in a rescue mission. SAFE is based on the integration of wearable computing and augmented reality technologies with intelligent agents and multi-agent systems.

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2017

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International Journal of Distributed Systems and Technologies

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10.4018/IJDST.2017010104

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