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Integrating ArcGIS Server Apps Into Wildland Fire Management Agencies

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Presentation by David Buckley, Joaquín Ramírez and Curt Stripling from DTS Wildfire - Tecnosylva on Esri European User Conference 2011

Presentation by David Buckley, Joaquín Ramírez and Curt Stripling from DTS Wildfire - Tecnosylva on Esri European User Conference 2011

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  • 1. Dallas / Fort WorthAustin
  • 2. DallasAustin
  • 3. Where dowe start?
  • 4. 2010 Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment County Community
  • 5. Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal  Public Viewer  Professional Mitigation Planner  Fire Occurrence Explorer  Community & Home Assessment Editor  Mobile Browser TxWRAP is the primary mechanism by which the Texas Forest Service iscreating awareness among the public, and arming state and local government planners with information to support mitigation and prevention efforts.
  • 6. Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal  Public Viewer  Professional Mitigation Planner  Fire Occurrence Explorer  Community & Home Assessment Editor  Mobile BrowserTools for the public to explore fire risk information for the state, discover areas that are prone to wildfires, identify the risk where they are living, and obtain advice from TFS planning specialists on how to reduce their risk
  • 7. Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal  Public Viewer  Professional Mitigation Planner  Fire Occurrence Explorer  Community & Home Assessment Editor  Mobile Browser Tools to support CWPP development by identifying project areas, interrogatingwildfire risk conditions and characteristics, and generating detailed risk summary reports to support mitigation planning efforts
  • 8. Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal  Public Viewer  Professional Mitigation Planner  Fire Occurrence Explorer  Community & Home Assessment Editor  Mobile Browser Tools are provided that facilitate the collection and input of community and home assessment information. Mitigation planners can use TxWRAP tovalidate data collected in the field and analyze characteristics for communities.
  • 9. Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal  Public Viewer  Professional Mitigation Planner  Fire Occurrence Explorer  Community & Home Assessment Editor  Mobile Browser To aid mitigation staff in the field, a geo-mobile browser is available thatoperates on smartphones and tablets. This app provides tools for field staff to view key risk datasets in concert with current up-to-date fire locations
  • 10.  Enterprise wide incident management, dispatching and resource tracking Comprehensive situational awareness for multiple jurisdictions and audiences Fire simulation, analysis & decision support for the Incident Command Team
  • 11. Must address all phases of wildland firefighting requirements:  Detection  Dispatching & resources management  Response & suppression tracking  ICS assignments & reporting  Impact analysis & damage assessment  Comprehensive incident tracking during incident & after action reporting
  • 12. 1. Where are my incidents?2. Where are my resources?3. Where are my personnel?
  • 13. Mobile Integration
  • 14. Information panels for: Incident & Resource Map Incident Tracking Resources Assignment Resources Tracking Incident ICS Assignments Chat Log Alert Notifications & Warnings ICS Reports
  • 15.  Incident & Resource Map Incident Tracking Resources Assignment
  • 16.  Resources Assignment Resources Tracking
  • 17. Data Synchronization Architecture  Data replication based on transactional architecture  Exchange of data seamlessly between users  Data synchronization must occur in the most severe operational scenarios
  • 18.  Integration & performance (10.1!) Geoprocessing services Mobile web apps (geo-mobile) Client side capabilities GIS cloud computing Social media integration SaaS
  • 19.  Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal  www.TexasWildfireRisk.com Texas Wildfire Viewer  TX.dtswildfire.com DTSwildfire  www.DTSwildfire.com DTSagile  www.DTSagile.com Tecnosylva  www.Tecnosylva.com
  • 20.  David Buckley, DTSwildfire  dbuckley@dtsgis.com Joaquin Ramirez, Tecnosylva  jramirez@tecnosylva.com Come visit us in the Exhibit Area

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