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WMT v4 Beta1 Released

An early-access beta release of WMT was posted 7-Oct-2014. This beta version has several shortcomings--please pay attention to the README.txt so you know what the known issues are. Otherwise, please post any issues or problems at you discover at https://bitbucket.org/emxsys/wildfire-management-tool/issues. Thanks.

WMT Beta2 is expected to be released before 31-Oct-2014.

Posted by Bruce Schubert 2014-10-09 Labels: WMT v4

WMT 3.2 Fireground Animation Feature

Version 3.2 has an animation feature where the potential paths of wildfire are animated using "comet trails" of varying speeds and colors representative of rate of spread and flame length, respectively.

Owly Images

Posted by Bruce Schubert 2013-06-15

WMT v3.2 Release Date: June 14, 2013

The NASA Europa Challenge deadline has been extended to June 14, 2013. That's welcome news as the additional two weeks lets me finish up some exciting new features. On June 14th, version 3.2 will be released to the public and entered into the NASA Europa Challenge.

Posted by Bruce Schubert 2013-05-31

WMT version 3.1.2 ready for download

The CPS Wildfire Management Tool (WMT) v3.1.2 was released May 4, 2013 and is ready for downloading.

Posted by Bruce Schubert 2013-05-06

CPS Wildfire Management Tool entered into Europa Challenge

http://eurochallenge.como.polimi.it

The goal is to display the potential movement of a wildland fire through the terrain on the World Wind virtual globe.

The software will animate fire behavior in wildfires so that firefighting personnel and other decision-makers can easily understand the inherent potential risks and consider various scenarios for intervention.

Firefighters can use this tool to evaluate the escape potential of a prescribed fire, or identify where best to deploy suppression resources to fight a wildfire. ... read more

Posted by Bruce Schubert 2013-05-06