Two markets are considered in the project:
- Humanitarian: Disaster response (United Nations) and emergency management (civil protection).
- Financial: Damage documentation for cost claims in smaller (Insurance) and larger (World Bank) Scale.
A novel business element is the connection of the two, as if private financial users (insurance) get access to relevant crisis data early, they are able to consider if a rapid reaction from their side might fund a response that both saves lives and values.
The main objective of the GEO VISION project is to provide users with required situational awareness through the development of the interactive mission-critical visual communications software solution. This will be realized by seamlessly and reliably integrating geo-referenced visual and related sensor in-situ data with maps and geo-spatial space information in a timely, seamlessly integrated, secure and user-friendly way. This approach will be used for managing operational phases of situations like disasters and emergencies, as well as rapid damage assessments and a basis for insurance and cost estimate, while building on current initiatives, proven concepts and realistic user requirements from experienced field assessment officials.
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