Emergency management is an intricate practice which can save considerable losses during times of calamity if applied efficiently. In the wake of large-scale disasters that we have seen lately, it is obvious that complex and coordinated emergency management systems are needed for efficient and effective relief efforts. Such management systems can only be created by involving various scientists and practitioners from different areas. This book caters to several issues like the impact of human nature, advancement of hardware and software architectures, cyber security concerns, dynamic methods of guiding evacuees and routing vehicles, supply allocation, vehicle routing difficulties in preparing for and responding to large scale emergencies. Researchers, engineers and students of all academic fields would find this book useful. It specially caters to those in the areas of operations of research, human factor and computers. It is also a useful reference for practitioners of emergency management strategies.