How Social Media Can Help With Cyclones In Disaster Monitoring

Pulse Lab Jakarta
Sep 28, 2017 · 4 min read
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  • Once a warning is issued, the platform evolves to an emergency mode (as seen in Figure 2), which presents not only detail information on a particular cyclone, such as its trajectory and essential meteorological information, but also a close monitoring on social media signals from potentially affected countries.
  • The platform allows for the exploration of rich, country-specific information mined from various sources of social media, such as text-, image-, and video-based contents, as presented in Figure 3. By the way, this is exactly how Haze Gazer functions.
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Pulse Lab Jakarta

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