Journal Article Disaster Warning System in the Philippines Through Enterprise Engineering Perspective: A Study on the 2013 Super Typhoon Haiyan

リーラワット, ナット  ,  LEELAWAT, NATT  ,  サッパシー, アナワット  ,  Suppasri, Anawat  ,  呉, 修一  ,  Kure, Shuichi  ,  イ, ケリーン チョンヨン  ,  Yi, Carine J.  ,  マテオ, チェリー メイ ロセッテ  ,  Mateo, Cherry May R.  ,  今村, 文彦  ,  Imamura, Fumihiko

10 ( No. 6 )  , pp.1041 - 1050 , 2015-12 , Fuji Technology Press
In this research on disaster warning systems, thePhilippines was selected to be a case study. The Philippines was hit by a particularly bad storm in 2013 Super Typhoon Haiyan. Here we focused on warning system process management from an enterprise engineering perspective. In understanding warning systems, it is necessary to know the essence of overall processes. The objective of this qualitative study is to determine the system’s essential components by using the Design and Engineering Methodology for Organizations (DEMO). This involves both assigning responsibilitylevels and utilizing both traditional means such as broadcast vehicles with speakers and radios and newer means such as Internet channels to disseminatewarning information. The findings provide a simplemodel explaining the disaster-related organizationand communication structure. They also contribute apractical aspect in the form of suggestions to plannersand decision makers that may assist them in preparingmitigation plans for projected natural disasters.

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