Development of Mobile Training Systems for Disaster Evacuation Plans
Tuesday, June 24 5:55 PM-6:15 PM
Presider:Shaoyu Ye, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan
We scrutinized previous studies for training system requirements to effectively teach disaster evacuation. The acquisition of knowledge using a learning area and cases of gaining experience to make judgments while reading about a scenario have been reported in previous studies. In this paper, we considered combining basic knowledge learning with experience learning into an effective teaching method to train proactive decision-making during disasters. Therefore, we have designed two learning support systems: the FaLAS system to summarize disaster assumptions based on basic knowledge learning, and the ES3 system for evacuation training using scenarios created from the collected assumption information. We think that it is possible to train one’s response during a disaster while teaching basic regional knowledge and disaster prevention measures to establish a disaster prevention curriculum using these systems.