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Common information space for collaborative emergency management

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Interoperability and lacks in communication and information sharing are amongst the most common flaws in nowadays emergency management. The socio-Technical concept of a Common Information Space (CIS) enhances interoperability and communication even within an organization. In addition, cloud-based implementations of a CIS offer flexibility and adaptability to existing systems and processes. Even more, this allows the efficient integration of a CIS to existing systems and infrastructures. This paper presents a framework concept for cloud-based Common Information Space for emergency management with special regard to cross country use cases. We will present the SecInCoRe concept of a CIS, that somehow can be called a European version and extension of the Unified Incident Command and Decision Support (UICDS, now XChangeCore).