Ready for the future with SIM-CI

As a result of climate change, extreme weather conditions have become more frequent worldwide. At the same time, we depend more on our infrastructures than ever before: what would we do without transport, electricity, water, internet and our IT networks? It might be difficult to predict where extreme weather conditions will occur, exploring their possible effects is now possible with SIM-CI.

Mapping and mitigating potential dangers

Crisis management requires tools that provide insights in all sorts of damage and the levels of cost for every kind of disruptive event. Exploring the impact of flooding, evacuation or any combination of incidents beforehand creates a common frame of reference and operational picture for all stakeholders involved.

SIM-CI develops models that simulate and visualize what happens when conditions change. They show how disruptive events impact critical infrastructures, helping you make well-informed decisions during crisis preparation, response and management.

 

escape routes

SIM-CI provides:

  • An overall picture of any designated area
  • Simulated interaction between infrastructures and various disruptive events
  • Analysis of (in)direct damage caused by disruptions
  • An overview of roads, public buildings, infrastructures and people affected
  • Evacuation routes and plans

SIM-CI helps with:

  • Finding and testing mitigating measures
  • Ways to improve communication with stakeholders in times of crisis

The result

  • A digital twin of your designated region
  • Better decision making between stakeholders
  • Insight into the impact of disruptions, natural and man-made
  • Budget allocation to where it is most effective

  • Through visualizations stimulated awareness of consequences in case of disruptions
  • Calculated risks are explored, understood and mitigated
  • More attention, appreciation and budget for making and keeping society safe

Get in touch for a demonstration

If you would like to get acquainted with our solutions and the way they might support the questions you have in mind, please get in touch.

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