Twitcident is a new social media platform that puts the millions of 140 character inputs that are being tweeted every day into use for emergency humanitarian use.
It analyzes credible tweets and filters information regarding the accident. Some of the information that can be gathered and shared though this new Twitter platform are the risks involved in a specific region, photos from the accident as well as the number of causalities reported.
The platform has been created with emergency service workers in mind, but can also easily be used by civilians. The theory of the platform is well-intended. If it's used diligently and on a wide enough scale, Twitcident could be an amazing invention that can not only prevent accidents, but perhaps save lives and do so in a way that it reflects our society's advancement profoundly.
Twitcident is Used to Help People Respond to Emergency Situations
1. Emergency-social Media Integration - Utilizing social media platforms to gather and filter real-time information during emergency situations.
2. Crisis Response Analytics - Using advanced analytics to analyze social media data and provide valuable insights for emergency service workers and civilians.
3. Crowdsourced Emergency Reporting - Enabling the general public to contribute to emergency response efforts by sharing real-time information through social media platforms.
1. Emergency Services - The emergency services industry can benefit from Twitcident's real-time information gathering and analysis capabilities to improve response times and save lives.
2. Social Media - The social media industry can capitalize on Twitcident's innovation by providing platforms and tools specifically designed for emergency response situations.
3. Data Analytics - The data analytics industry can leverage the vast amount of real-time data gathered from social media platforms like Twitcident to provide valuable insights for emergency management and response.