Simtable Developing Evacuation Model for City of Santa Fe

Wildfire evacuation is one of the most serious challenges facing the City of Santa Fe. In order to more effectively develop an evacuation plan the Office of Emergency Management will conduct a geospatial agent-based model for analysis using the Simtable. The study will enable the OEM to understand the volume and flow of traffic from […]

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Simtable Training at the 2023 AZ Wildfire Academy

Simtable volunteered as instructors for the seventh year to support wildfire crew classes at the Arizona Wildfire and Incident Management Academy.

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Simtable invited to participate in the USDA Postfire Workshop in Denver

The workshop was hosted by the Wildfire Resilience Inter Agency Working Group in partnership with American Forests and the Wildland Fire Leadership Council, bringing together federal agency leadership with partners – including state agencies, tribes, NGOs and communities – who are recovering from recent fires in Colorado and New Mexico to identify strategies to better […]

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Pima County, Arizona installs Simtable in their Emergency Operations Center

Pima County Office of Emergency Management installs Simtable and Realtime.Earth in their Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in Tucson, Arizona. EM Traininer Eddie Lopez and Operations Manager Sandra Espinoza are pushing the envelope of real-time coordination during emergencies for citizens of Tucson and Pima County, Arizona.

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Simtable presents at FOSS4G in Florence, Italy

Simtable’s Cody Smith and Kasra Manavi presented our agent-based modeling framework, Agentscript, on August 25th at the Free and Opensource Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) in Florence. Italy

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NBC Channel 4 in Austin features Simtable's collaboration with the Institute for Disaster Resilience

NBC Channel 4 in Austin features Simtable’s collaboration with the Institute for Disaster Resilience

Channel 4 NBC Austin features Simtable’s collaboration with the Institute for Disaster Resilience Texas, on flood modeling and visualization at the Texas Emergency Management Conference in San Antonio. Read the story here: New Texas flood simulation system could save lives when natural disasters strike Suzanne Pierce works at the Texas Advanced Computing Center and is […]

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Tucson Interagency Fire Dispatch Center Training with Simtable

Tucson Interagency Fire Dispatch Center Training with Simtable

Great day with USFS Region 3 at Tucson Interagency Fire Dispatch Center training with the Simtable to get ready for the fire season.

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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 View of 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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Kuringgai Council

Video from NSW, Australia shows the Simtable 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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