Emergency Response and Disaster Management are different domains of activity with different information sharing requirements.
The OGC's geospatial standards enable interoperability among and between systems used by organizations operating in different jurisdictions, knowledge networks and domains of activity. OWS-9 scenarios involved aviation information systems, cross-community interoperability, security and services interoperability and OGC Web Services innovations of various kinds.  The OWS-10 marine oil spill and fire scenario advanced work in semantics, conflation, data provenance, linked data, field annotations the new GeoPackage "universal data format".

Systems that implement OGC standards reduce the time required to find, analyze and update crucial information. Speeding the flow of location information means more lives and property saved and less risk for first responders. The net result of open standards is that Emergency Response and Disaster Management stakeholders have more information available to them before, during and after an emergency or disaster occurs.

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