DIFFERENCES IN DISASTER RESPONSE DUE TO VARYING DATA AVAILABILITY A SERIOUS GAME FOR FLOODING DISASTER RESEARCH IN SURAKARTA, INDONESIA

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijg.2295

Muhammad Syukril(1*), M. Pramono Hadi(2), Menno W. Straatsma(3)

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Abstract


This research aims to propose a method to study the effect of data availability in
disaster-response study. This research focused on how to quantify the relation
between data availability and actions taken by decision maker. The more specific
topic is represented as disaster response due to varying data availability using
Serious Game method in the Public Works Unit Surakarta. The serious game
provide scenario to gather data about several issues. Digital elevation model,
flood alert stage decision making, and damage prediction information were
needed. This research also could promote as a complement the other method for
collecting data and decision-making training program for flood manager. The
result of analysis has shown that there are differences of responses based on the
data availability. Better responses can be achieved by the improvement of data
availability. It also proves that the number of correct decision was raised by the
improvement of data availability.


Keywords


disaster response, data availability, spatial information, serious game, flash.

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