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Backwoods Fire Management and Fire Prevention System. D. Kallidromitou ... Woods fuel mapping. Financial danger investigation. Woods fire conduct recreation ...
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FOMFIS Fo rest Fire M anagement and Fi re Prevention S ystem D. Kallidromitou Managing Director Epsilon International SA Monemvasias 27, 151 25 Marousi Athens-Greece email: epsilon@hol.gr

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PARTNERS IBERINSA Coordinator ES EPSILON Contractor GR SOFTWARE AG Contractor IT IBERSAT Contractor ES SEMA GROUP Contractor ES SESFOR Contractor ES CONAG Contractor ES CPFA Contractor FR NAGREF Contractor GR

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WHAT IS FOMFIS A Tool for Evaluating Fire Prevention Optimizing Fighting Strategies Improve Fire Fighting Planning

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RESEARCH AREAS Forest fuel mapping Socio-financial danger examination Forest flame conduct recreation Probabilistic arranging

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TECHNOLOGICAL AREAS Remote detecting & computerized cartography Geographical data frameworks Knowledge based frameworks Fire conduct reproduction Statistical and probabilistic investigation Data & client interfaces programming designing Risk investigation

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TEST AREAS

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FOMFIS ARCHITECTURE

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FOMFIS MODULES Socio-monetary Risk Fuel Mapping Integral Risk Probabilistic Scenarios Generation Fire Behavior Model Efficiency Driven Planning Analysis Engine Reporting

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SOCIOECONOMIC RISK COMPONENTS SRM Economic Social Demographic Number of flames Organizational

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SOCIOECONOMIC RISK Social segment information Tourist information Greeks voyagers Foreign visitors Land use rural touching area urban rough wet territories Forested Area (Ha) per Nomos and Industrial Use

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SOCIOECONOMIC RISK Organizational segment information Annual costs: in timberland advancement in woods ecological arrangement and woodland fire assurance in backwoods putting out fires Personnel : Permanent Temporary

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SOCIOECONOMIC RISK S R M

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FUEL MAPPING Multispectral Maximum-Likelihood Classifier of: Landsat-TM Image Bands and various assistant groups surface extricated from SPOT-PAN height incline 18 test locales in the range of Limni Fuel sorts of the site Position by GPS

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FUEL MAPPING Sampling Test Sites

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FUEL MAPPING Burned Area Satellite symbolism & helper information incorporation Fuel Loads inferred for Evia Island

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INTEGRAL RISK MODEL Physical Risk Map Compute Physical Risk Input Data Transformation tables Compute Fire Appearance Input Data Socio-financial Risk Natural danger Input Data Fire Appearance Compute Potential Damage Compute Integral Risk Potential Damage Map Integral Risk Map

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PROBABILISTIC SCENARIOS GENERATION Allows the client to create the fires that will show up in the reenactment in two ways: Probabilistic Generation. An arrangement of flames is produced for each meteorological circumstance in the situation taking into account the information removed from the FAR (Fire Appearance Risk) Map. Arbitrary Generation. A given number of Fires are produced in an irregular topographical circumstance

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PROBABILISTIC SCENARIOS GENERATION Area Definition General Data Definition Meteorological Evolution Definition Fires Generation Wind Evolution Definition

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FIRE BEHAVIOR MODEL General Purpose Estimate the flame spread edge, zone and shape Objectives Calculate the flame significance. Offer backing to putting out fires dispatching. Ascertain termination costs. Gauge misfortunes and partialities because of flame activity. Get the potential spread rate for an EGU for indispensable danger figurings.

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FIRE BEHAVIOR MODEL Based on Rothermel\'s condition Depends on the fuel model Slope and wind are considered

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EFFICIENCY DRIVEN PLANNING General Purpose Allow client to make assets arranging concurring their effectiveness in flame carefulness and eradication operations. Goals Obtain access maps over the examination territory. Compute access scope either via airborne and ground putting out fires assets. Gauge visual scope for cautiousness purposes in light of the viewshed figuring. Gauge the relationship between work expenses and get to change of the street system.

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EFFICIENCY DRIVEN PLANNING Ground Total Access Cost Map RASTERIZE ROAD READS THE FUEL MODEL NETWORK LAYER OF EACH EGU ASSIGNS AN AVERAGE ASSIGNS AN AVERAGE S SPEED ACCORDING SPEED ACCORDING avR avC THE ROAD TYPE AND THE FUEL TYPE AND TERRAIN SLOPE TERRAIN SLOPE CALCULATES THE CALCULATES THE TRANSPORT TIME TRANSPORT TIME T =L?60/S ?1000 T =L?60/S ?1000 tR avR tC avC Depending on the investigation this ACTUAL VEHICLE OVERLAPS THE TWO position respects the base, a GEOGRAPHICAL RESULTING MAPS water point or some other point POSITION T =MIN( T , T ) arranges. t tR tC Access of ground based strengths is figured through the current street system map. Airborne powers access is evaluated relying upon their normal flight speed. AIRBORNE VEHICLES GROUND VEHICLES CALCULATE DISTANCE IMAP d FROM ACTUAL TO EGU Average Speed S TOTAL ACCUMULATED AV ACCESS TIME AUTOMATA CALCULATE ACCESS CALCULATION TIME t=d/S AV TCMAP

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EFFICIENCY DRIVEN PLANNING Bases & Water Points Allocation

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EFFICIENCY DRIVEN PLANNING Lookouts Allocation The viewshed estimation is acquired from the DTM, yet encourage definite investigation will consider vegetation scope tallness also.

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PLANNING ANALYSIS ENGINE To convey eye to eye a particular situation against a proposed arranging plan along a timeframe. Principle errands achieved are: Classify and portray fires. Decide number and sort of required assets. Successfully relegate assets. Figure related expenses of putting out fires operations.

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PLANNING ANALYSIS ENGINE Planning Simulation Loop: Update Times: recreation slipped by time increase Update Configuration Update Environment Update assets circumstance taking after the move state chart: REFUELING Autonomy Refuel End Dispatch TRANSPORT(F) Fire Arrival READY FIGHT PAUSE Max Work TRANSPORT(B) Fight_End Base Arrival

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REPORTING TOOL Results of reenactment are introduced in type of tables and representation. They incorporate climate and wind design development fire episodes dispersion fire development normal values, for example, size, fire line intensities, fire significance and so on; reports are gotten in regards to assets use dispatching proficiency

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REPORTING TOOL The last assessment permit organizers to recognize which techniques could have more profound effect in the last results, looking at costs efficiencies misfortunes

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Thank You For Your Attention

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