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USFS – Carson National Forest using Simtable for fire resources briefings

Division supervisors are utilizing modern technology to enhance briefings. Here we have fire resources briefing around the Sim Table which is an augmented reality “sand box” system which allows the use of three dimensional maps with the ability to simulate fire on the landscape.

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Simtable offers a peek at fire’s possible path in Payson, AZ

The Payson Fire Department has a tool to help show the danger — the Simtable. The fire simulator helps responders prepare for wildfires, floods, evacuations, storms and other emergencies as well as educate the public. Moreover, the Simtable can help Staub and McCully pinpoint the most dangerous large overgrown plots of land sandwiched between housing […]

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Video from NSW, Australia shows how the Simtable is being used for bushfire preparedness

The bushfire preparedness video introduced by Local Government New Sout Wales President Linda Scott highlights the unique features of the Simtable and how it is being used as part of the Council’s Climate Wise Communities program to build resilience to climate change. Ku-ring-gai Council was funded through the Increasing Resilience to Climate Change program to […]

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Simtable Team serving on the Governor’s New Mexico COVID-19 Emergency Response Team

The Simtable Team is serving on the Governor’s New Mexico COVID-19 Emergency Response Team in the Epidemic Intelligence Unit. Our focus is on privacy-preserving contact tracing via a mobile app, agent-based modeling of COVID-19, active testing strategies and privacy-preserving methods of contagion estimation.

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Community Outreach with Greater Santa Fe Fireshed Coalition

Community Outreach with Greater Santa Fe Fireshed Coalition

A Community Outreach event hosted by the Greater Santa Fe Fireshed and held at the City of Santa Fe Office of Emergency Management uses Simtable to model the spread of wildfire in local communities.

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Simtable System installed for the US Forest Service at McClellan Airbase

Simtable installed for the US Forest Service at the Wildland Fire Training and Conference Center in McClellan Airbase in Sacramento. The WFTC was created to implement National Fire Plan direction for the accelerated development and training of wildland firefighters. This is in the main training academy for USFS and includes a 15′ Simtable.

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Simtable flies with Orange County Fire and Coulson Helitack

Simtable spent the weekend at Fullerton Airport in California working with Orange County Fire and Coulson Helitack testing our Realtime.Earth software onboard aircraft for fire operations.

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Simtable presents to the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

Wednesday, June 5, 2019, the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources hosted a Technology Expo showcasing recently available tools to help in combating wildfires. Senators and staff heard from companies and agencies that have made advances in the wildland fire space. Simtable was honored to be among the select companies demonstrating these capabilities.

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Simtable provides training for Arizona Wildfire and Incident Management Academy

2019 Arizona Wildfire and Incident Management Academy The firefighters that attend the academy represent over four hundred twenty fire departments and eight agencies throughout the state of Arizona, plus a wide range of agencies throughout the country. Simtable is happy to be part of the team helping to provide training to all the city, rural […]

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Watch Victoria, Australia’s Bushfire scenario demonstration using Simtable

Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning for the state of Victoria in Australia demonstrates a Simtable bushfire scenario, an engaging way to visually display the passage of fire through a landscape in 3D.

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