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Title: MICE : Mobility in Case of Emergency
Authors: Abela, Jonathan
Montebello, Matthew
Camilleri, Vanessa
Keywords: Wireless communication systems
Wireless LANs
Wireless localization
Location-based services
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: IAmLearn
Citation: Abela, J., Montebello, M., & Camilleri, V. (2010). MICE : Mobility in Case of Emergency. 9th International Conference on Contextual and Mobile Learning, mLearn2010, Valletta. 391-392.
Abstract: Many people lose their lives because of inefficient or lack of effective communication in case of emergencies, thus creating panic and chaos which generally result in confusion and disorganisation. This project aims at targeting the problem of ineffective communication in case of emergencies during open air mass events by exploiting internet, mapping, GPS and mobile application technologies. MICE (Mobility In Case of Emergency) is a mass notification and monitoring system which will observe and provide civilians with useful information about the event area depending on their location when there is no imminent threat as well as direct civilians to safety during emergencies, thus ensuring the safety general public safety.
ISBN: 9789993209379
Appears in Collections:Scholarly Works - FacICTAI

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