Fire Service Industry News: Computer-Based Simulations Address High School Safety and Security Needs

05/16/2014
INCONTROL Simulation Solutions and The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) at The University of Southern Mississippi are proud to announce the first high school deployment of SportEvac at Menomonee Falls High School in Menomonee Falls (WI). SportEvac is a simulated training, operation and planning software that allows sporting event organizers to develop and enhance effective emergency management capabilities. SportEvac creates realistic, site specific 3-D simulations of sporting venues that allows for a wide range safety and security assessments. Data from simulations assist in the effective utilization of resources and the development of emergency plans and ...

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