Crowdsourcing and Collaborative Tools in Virtual Online Disaster Relief Scenarios | Armed with Science
by Dr. Linton Wells II and Khalil Ali, Armed with Science, April 20, 2011
Last month, TIDES (Transformative Innovation for Development and Emergency Support) participated in Exercise 24 Europe (X24EUR), a virtual online disaster relief scenario that leveraged social media, crowdsourcing, and collaborative tools in an innovative cloud computing environment. The event took place from March 29th-March 31st and was co-lead by San Diego State University’s Immersive Visualization Center and the United States European Command, and supported by an array of public/private organizations.
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