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Interior as firefighters, like Graham Cameron in this CBC photo from 2015, work to douse hot spots. (Chris Corday/CBC) Emergency apps don't provide 'what people really want' in a disaster, U of C researchers say A Calgary company has developed a technology to better organize people and volunteers during large scale disasters. RallyEngine is a communications network that can be connected to mobile apps and help organizers bypass time-consuming tasks, such as digging through contact lists, using expensive radio equipment or sending out emails, founder Aaron Salus told the Calgary Eyeopener on Wednesday. "You can imagine the inefficiencies of doing something like that," he said. Just this week, British Columbia is managing evacuations in the face of more than 200 forest fires in the interior of the province. Confusion over B.C. Emergency Services website as thousands search for info amid evacuations In such a case, organizations could message specific staff or volunteers by filtering a list by skill type and then location, Salus said. If a community government is looking for cooks to volunteer at emergency situations, for example, the emergency network could be used to find them. "A lot of organizations and authorities that are in charge of keeping communities informed and safe tend to jam that sort of mass-alerting paradigm into the mobile app," Salus said. "The question is, what comes after calgary|ditch digging that alert?" University of Calgary researchers recently analysed nearly 70,000 tweets sent during the Fort McMurray wildfire evacuation and found "substantial mismatches between what was offered [via emergency notifications] and what was needed," computer engineering professor Guenther Ruhe told the Calgary Eyeopener earlier this week.
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