Multidisplay Environments for Crisis Management and Emergency Response: Enhancing Situational Awareness and Decision-Making

Authors

  • Dr. Fazal Wahab Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan

Keywords:

Multidisplay environments, crisis management, emergency response, situational awareness, decision-making, human-computer interaction, cognitive psychology, information visualization, interdisciplinary research

Abstract

Crisis management and emergency response necessitate efficient coordination, rapid information processing, and effective decision-making in dynamic and complex environments. Multidisplay environments (MDEs) have emerged as promising tools to enhance situational awareness and support decision-making processes during crises. This paper explores the role of MDEs in crisis management, discussing their potential benefits, challenges, and applications. Drawing from interdisciplinary research in human-computer interaction, cognitive psychology, and emergency management, this study provides insights into the design, implementation, and evaluation of MDEs for emergency response. Additionally, it highlights future directions for research and development in this domain, aiming to foster innovation and improve the effectiveness of crisis management strategies.

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Published

2023-12-31

How to Cite

Dr. Fazal Wahab. (2023). Multidisplay Environments for Crisis Management and Emergency Response: Enhancing Situational Awareness and Decision-Making. Asia Journal of Management and Social Science, 1(01), 23–34. Retrieved from http://ajmss.com/index.php/Journal/article/view/16