Facebook explains how real-time map data generated by users is helping disaster relief operations in Australia.
機能 There are several known functions available in the event of a Facebook disaster, such as the ability to report that you are “safe” when a disaster occurs. It is interesting to see how information generated by Facebook users is being used by local victims in Australia, where the worst forest fires ever occurred.
FacebookDisaster Maps"Is a collection of real-time data points generated by the location information of users who have enabled location and location history on Facebook. According to Facebook, these maps will be generated within 24 hours of the disaster being reported, helping disaster responders to "quickly and efficiently save lives."
地 図 There are four maps shared with the authorities. South Coast in New South Wales, East Gippsland in Victoria, Green Wart Creek Fire in New South Wales, and Kad Creek Creek Fire in South Australia.
More than 100Data for GoodPartners now have access to these maps.
Facebook says: "These maps show how people are evacuating and have access to mobile communications networks, helping responding agencies and organizations to make optimal support efforts."
This article is from overseas CBS InteractivearticleWas edited by Asahi Interactive for Japan.