Experiences developing a virtual environment to support disaster relief with the United States Navy's commander third fleet

Mark Adkins, John Kruse, Terry McKenna, Arthur Cuyugan, Jay F Nunamaker, Scot Miller, Eric Rasmussen, Robert Younger

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Abstract

The Center for the Management of Information (CMI) at the University of Arizona worked with the US Navy Commander, Third Fleet (Third Fleet) to overcome limitations of performing closely coordinated staff work on board a US Navy ship. Third Fleet is required to collaborate with hundreds of people internally and with military and civilian organizations both nationally and internationally. Third Fleet has staff officers and enlisted personnel embarked from Canada, Chile, Japan, Australia, Peru, and Britain. In addition, Third Fleet regularly works with representatives from South Korea and Mexico. This physical separation raises significant barriers to collaboration and cooperation. This research presented in this paper details the efforts of CMI, SPAWAR Systems Center and Third Fleet to introduce a virtual workspace on board the Third Fleet Command Ship USS CORONADO (AGF-11), a seagoing command and control platform berthed in San Diego, California. The virtual environment was developed and implemented to afford the staff unfettered collaboration between two different spaces aboard the ship.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
PublisherIEEE
Pages18
Number of pages1
ISBN (Print)0769504930
StatePublished - 2000
EventThe 33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Siences (HICSS-33) - Maui, USA
Duration: Jan 4 2000Jan 7 2000

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OtherThe 33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Siences (HICSS-33)
CityMaui, USA
Period1/4/001/7/00

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Disasters
Virtual reality
Ships
Information systems
Personnel

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  • Software
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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Adkins, M., Kruse, J., McKenna, T., Cuyugan, A., Nunamaker, J. F., Miller, S., ... Younger, R. (2000). Experiences developing a virtual environment to support disaster relief with the United States Navy's commander third fleet. In Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (pp. 18). IEEE.

Experiences developing a virtual environment to support disaster relief with the United States Navy's commander third fleet. / Adkins, Mark; Kruse, John; McKenna, Terry; Cuyugan, Arthur; Nunamaker, Jay F; Miller, Scot; Rasmussen, Eric; Younger, Robert.

Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. IEEE, 2000. p. 18.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Adkins, M, Kruse, J, McKenna, T, Cuyugan, A, Nunamaker, JF, Miller, S, Rasmussen, E & Younger, R 2000, Experiences developing a virtual environment to support disaster relief with the United States Navy's commander third fleet. in Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. IEEE, pp. 18, The 33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Siences (HICSS-33), Maui, USA, 1/4/00.
Adkins M, Kruse J, McKenna T, Cuyugan A, Nunamaker JF, Miller S et al. Experiences developing a virtual environment to support disaster relief with the United States Navy's commander third fleet. In Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. IEEE. 2000. p. 18
Adkins, Mark ; Kruse, John ; McKenna, Terry ; Cuyugan, Arthur ; Nunamaker, Jay F ; Miller, Scot ; Rasmussen, Eric ; Younger, Robert. / Experiences developing a virtual environment to support disaster relief with the United States Navy's commander third fleet. Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. IEEE, 2000. pp. 18
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