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|Title:||Orchestra: Developing a Unified Open Architecture for Risk Management Applications|
|Authors:||ANNONI ALESSANDRO; BERNARD Lars; DOUGLAS John; GREENWOOD Joseph; LAIZ Irene; LLOYD Michael; SABEUR Zoheir; SASSEN Anne-Marie; SERRANO Jean-Jacques; USLAENDER Thomas|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Due to organizational and technological barriers, actors involved in the management of natural or man-made risks cannot cooperate efficiently. In an attempt to solve some of these problems, the European Commission has made "Improving risk management" one of its strategic objectives of the IST programme. The integrated project Orchestra is one of the projects that recently started in this area. The main goal of Orchestra is to design and implement an open service oriented software architecture that will improve the interoperability among actors involved in multi-risk management. In this paper we will describe the goals of Orchestra and explain some of the key characteristics of the project. The paper ends with two examples demonstrating the benefits of the Orchestra Architecture. One is in the area of coastal zone management, and the other is related with managing earthquake risks.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Environment and Sustainability|
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