Crowdsourcing-based Technique for the Development of Sociotechnical System with Application to the Monitoring of Natural and Technological Objects

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Recent natural disasters and major technological accidents, as well as intensification of human activities prove the strategic necessity for the effective use of results of natural and technological object monitoring and its integration within the national economic processes. This paper discusses the possibility of combining modern social technologies and the process of ground-space monitoring of natural and technological objects, as well as improving the efficiency and social importance of this process, by involving public representatives to the dissemination and use of the monitoring data.

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