Create your own scenarios with customized agent-based models for wildfire, flood, evacuation, storms, airborne particulates, as well as biological and ecological behaviors, each based on your community’s data.
Simtables are deployed in over 60 city, state and federal agencies and in colleges and universities. They are being used in certified curriculum training exercises for mitigation planning in wildland fire and other emergency management scenarios. Government entities purchasing Simtables include the USDA, USFS, BLM, DOE along with State, County and City municipalities.
LANL, Los Alamos, NM – Fire readiness activities include training with the latest in simulation technology, the Simtable, and a year-round program of fire fuel mitigation. We can start a fire and we can simulate the response to a fire, how we would mitigate it. We have many different options, whether we cut hand lines [...]
Simtable featured as one of 5 cool inventions in Time’s Techland 50 Best Inventions issue. Click image to read Time’s article, How a Common Sandbox Is Battling Arizona’s Wallow Fire.
During the second event … Stephen Guerin, chief technology officer at SimTable, won the mash-up for his integration work on the common operational picture piece.
“Simtable tells what-if?” by Pat Hill for the Pikes Peak Courier. It looks like a large board game. Players move according to the colors on a surface of crushed walnut shells that feel like sand. Actually, it’s a Simtable, a computer-based analytic tool that can highlight the direction, elevation, speed and intensity of fire in wilderness [...]
Simtable and LANL will present their recent collaborative research on spread behaviors of historical wildfires at the 13th International Wildland Fire Safety Summit and 4th Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire: Managing Fire, Understanding Ourselves: Human Dimensions in Safety and Wildland Fire at the Boise Centre, Boise, Idaho, April 20-24, 2015 Their paper will be presented at 11:20 on [...]
Simtable attends the annual WUI Conference in Reno, NV where representatives from all parts of the wildland community including firefighters, federal and state-agency personnel, land-use community planners and many others connect, offering in-depth education sessions on a variety of topics and showcasing the latest products and services. Local NBC News 4 interviews Simtable’s Founder, Stephen Guerin, during [...]
Simtable presents at Powerhouse Science Center’s Pub Science evening in Durango, Colorado, showcasing models of avalanche pattern simulations and changing local watersheds.
Simtable provides digital sandtables to the wildfire, emergency management, defense and urban security communities. Based in Santa Fe, NM Simtable is a world leader in agent-based modeling, data visualization and human computer interaction.
The Simtable was used to brief attendees at AFCEA West 2015 during Plugfest, where three teams competed in a “Plugfest” to rapidly integrate simulations and geospatial tools into an actionable tool to address the physical, electronic and cyber components of a cyber attack. Team members were drawn from the Marine’s MCTSSA, academic challengers from George [...]
Simtable participated in the After Action Review (AAR) for the 2014 Assayii Lake Fire on the Navajo Nation – a team discussion incorporating operational and technical information allowing assessment and strategies for mitigation of organizational issues on future events.
San Diego Channel 10 News Coverage of Simtable’s use in San Diego State University’s visualization research lab (SDSU VizCenter). Previewing upcoming Simtable Version 2.0 which will be a free upgrade to existing partners. Inside the San Diego State Visualization Center, Justin Freiler is playing with fire, not literally but in the virtual sense.
Simtable presenting for TechNet Augusta 2014, “Achieving Force 2025 Through Signals and Cyber”. TechNet 2014 will focus on government, industry, and academia solutions, highlighting the importance of security issues and training to modernize and prepare operational forces for future challenges.