Objective 1:

Faster and better damage assessment for planning and monitoring of progress of recovery; Improve damage assessment by integrating satellite data, aerial photos and data from the field (e.g. from mobile devices) into a coherent information management tool. The tool will offer remote sensing functionalities to create a first and fast territorial picture of the scope of the damage, establishing at the same time the fundament for a GIS based visual interface  and enable continued monitoring during the recovery process.

Objective 2:

Facilitate fast and intuitive access for distributed users to visualise the dynamic “common operational picture”, during the planning and reconstruction period. Integrate state of the art visualisation techniques based on I-NAV (Integrated NAVigation Services) developed in the FP6 LIMES project (FP6 Programme – Aeronautics&Space/GMES Security). The LIMES and the other GMES projects foreground will be integrated to present PDNA and RRP information in a multilayer GIS type user interface, using satellite damage assessment and monitoring maps as a basis. Tagging of geographical areas (e.g. on contamination) and damaged buildings (e.g. on state of reconstruction) on satellite images will enable distributed users in control rooms or on the field to drill down to different layers of damage reports, pictures, remote control data, needs assessment and priority reports as well as progress information on-going the recovery phase.

Objective 3:

Better collaborative decision making during the planning and reconstruction phase Support standardisation of assessment data, interoperability between different information systems from stakeholders and capabilities to compare damage and recovery requirements towards prioritisation and joint decision making. DESTRIERO tool will offer standard damage assessment templates, built on internationally agreed procedures and standards (e.g. DaLa), to collect data in homogeneous formats. A novel decision support tool, based on a recently developed methodology and a prototype to support multi-criteria consensus building to determine priorities in the crisis reconstruction phase and strategic decision-making, will be one of the building blocks of DESTRIERO.

Objective 4:

Improve management information in relation to PDNA and RRP DESTRIERO will provide a single access point and on-line library with PDNA and RRP Frameworks, high level overviews of planned and running recovery projects including multi-donor funding information and the possibility to trace related surveillance data for progress monitoring. As such DESTRIERO will overcome insufficient accountability among humanitarian agencies and inconsistencies in donor policies by enhancing humanitarian response capacity, predictability, accountability and partnership.