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Emergency / Disaster Management Systems and Products

The following is a non-exhaustive list of available Emergency Management Systems

Sahana Disaster Management System

Summary A Free and Open Source Disaster Management System used initially during the Tsunami
Type / Scope / Phase Information Management System in Disaster Preparedness & Response Phases
Application Architecture / License Portable Web application / Free and Open Source
Project Goals
  • Primary: Help alleviate human suffering and help save lives through the efficient use of IT during a disaster
  • Bring together a diverse set of actors from Government, Emergency Management, NGOs, INGOs, spontaneous volunteers and victims themselves in responding effectively to a disaster
  • Empower the victims, responders, volunteer to better enable them to help themselves and others
  • Protect victim data and reduce the opportunity for data abuse
  • Provide a Free and Open Source solution end-to-end available to everyone
Current Features / Functionality

Functionality:

  • Free and Open Source Software
  • Who is doing What Where (Organization Registry)
  • Tracing (Missing People Registry)
  • Inventory Management
  • Aid Distribution
  • Situation Mapping / GIS enabled
  • Shelter tracking
  • Volunteer / Responder Management
  • Displaced Family Tracking (Disaster Victim Registry)
Standards Implemented CAP, WFS, WMS (others pending in development version)
Version / Date Evaluated Sahana Phase 2 - 0.6.2.2 (DEC 2008)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Tsunami - Sri Lanka 2005
  • AsianQuake - Pakistan 2005
  • Southern Leyte Mudslide Disaster - Philippines 2006
  • Terre des Hommes - Sri Lanka 2006
  • New York City - United States 2007
  • Shizuan Province Earthquake - China 2008
Managing Organization / Structure Lanka Software Foundation, Sahana Board, Sahana Project Management Committee
Main Sponsors, Partners IBM Foundation, Google SoC, SIDA, NSF (US), ICT Agency-Sri Lanka
Links Website, About, Demo, Download


UN OCHA Who is Doing What Where

Summary Support humanitarian coordination by capturing which organizations (WHO) are carrying out which activities (WHAT) in which locations (WHERE)
Type / Scope / Phase

Information Management System in Disaster Preparedness & Response Phases

Application Architecture / License Web-based and stand-alone Application / Free and Open Source
Project Goals
  • presents an overview of the humanitarian response
  • helps in identifying gaps and duplications in the response programs
  • assists with monitoring and evaluation, and reporting on the crisis (e.g. as a reference for mid-term review reporting on the CAP)
  • provides a more detailed picture of the humanitarian response within, for example, a specific sector, area etc. This facilitates more detailed co-ordination.
  • detailed information on the crisis response activities. This can be useful for subsequent reference, lessons learned, academic studies etc.
Current Features / Functionality
  • An integrated registry of Organizations, Contacts and Sectoral activity by geography
  • Flexible application architecture that adopts to the scale of response operations and the availability of data
  • Synchronization and consolidation of records across installations and up the deployment hierarchy
Standards Implemented
Version / Date Evaluated 3.10
Significant Deployments / Users Several countries
Managing Organization / Structure UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Main Sponsors, Partners
Links Online Application, Documents


UN Reliefweb

Summary On-line gateway to information (documents and maps) on humanitarian emergencies and disasters
Type / Scope / Phase
Application Architecture / License Portal
Project Goals provides timely, reliable and relevant event information in order to assist the international humanitarian community in effective delivery of emergency assistance
Current Features / Functionality
  • Map center
  • Appeals and Funding - Funding appeals for complex emergencies and natural disasters and financial tracking of responses to funding requirements
  • Policies and Issues - On-line library of reference materials covering humanitarian policies and issues of global nature
  • Professional Resources - Information of practical use for relief professionals, including a sectoral or thematic listing of "communities of practice," listings of job opportunities and training opportunities, and an information providers' directory.
  • Web feed service to deliver customized content to partners' web sites
Standards Implemented
Version / Date Evaluated
Significant Deployments / Users
Managing Organization / Structure UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Main Sponsors, Partners
Links ReliefWeb


LA RED/ UNDP-GRIP DesInventar

Summary DesInventar is a free, open source Disaster Information System which allows users to store, query and analyze post-disaster Damage and Loss Assessments and user-defined emergency assessment surveys
Type / Scope / Phase

DesInventar is typically used during the Humanitarian, Early Recovery and Reconstruction phases, although it is also conceived to be used as a historical disaster damage/loss information system useful in Risk Assessments and in general as a tool in Risk Reduction processes.

Application Architecture / License DesInventar is a Java/JSP web application, which can also be deployed as desktop application / Free and Open Source software licensed under an Apache 2 type license.
Project Goals
  • DesInventar provides simple and effective tools for Disaster Damage and Needs Assesments survey data collection
  • Provides wide accessibility, protection and built-in analysis tools, including statistical, tabular, graphical and spatial analysis tools.
  • It allows the creation of multi-hazard, multiple-disaster, historically dissagregated disaster information databases for use in Risk Assessments and Risk Reduction, essential also in Recovery and Reconstruction phases for 'building back better'.
Current Features / Functionality
  • Pre-defined, built-in disaster datacard with basic disaster effects
  • Simple database extensibility allowing for the configuration of generic surveys required to collect damage/loss/needs assessments in post-disaster situations
  • Simple interface with GIS systems at two levels, as internal geographic files (Shapefiles) or interfacing with WMS (Web Mapping Service) enabled systems. DesInventar itself exposes also a WMS.
  • Full integration with Google maps and Google Earth tools for spatial data exchange.
  • Full data export/import functions using Excel and XML formats
  • Full support for major database platforms (Postgres, Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL, Access)
Standards Implemented DesInventar implements and exposes WMS standard, exports imports using XML, CSV and MS Excel files, produces KML files. Uses GLIDE number and now working on implementing the proposal for Web Disaster Data Service WDDS.
Version / Date Evaluated Current production version: 7.11 (released August 2008). Version 8 under development. Version 6 being now deprecated. First DesInventar release was made in October 1994!.
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Hurricane Mitch (Honduras and Nicaragua)
  • Armenia (Colombia) Earthquake
  • El Niño North Peru floods
  • South Peru Earthquakes
  • Tsunami Event (Sri Lanka, Maldives and Indonesia)
  • East Timor uprising (social conflict disaster)
  • Myanmar Nargis Cyclone
  • these among many others....
Managing Organization / Structure LA RED,UNDP/LA RED, UNDP/BCPR/Global Risk Identification Programme,..
Main Sponsors, Partners DesInventar has been suported and funded over 15 years by different organizations including: DFID, UE-ECHO, UNDP, LA RED, CorpoOSSO, Andean Comunnity, etc.
Links


Federal Emergency Management Information System

Summary An automated decision support system that integrates all phases of emergency management
Type / Scope / Phase All phases of emergency management
Application Architecture / License Proprietary
Project Goals Provides planning, coordination, response, and exercise support for emergency management personnel
Current Features / Functionality
  • resource tracking
  • task lists
  • contact lists
  • event logs
  • status boards
  • hazard modeling
  • evacuation modeling
Standards Implemented
Version / Date Evaluated 1.5.3
Significant Deployments / Users deployed from 1994 - 2004 by the US Army. It is no longer being deployed.
Managing Organization / Structure Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), U.S. Department of Energy
Main Sponsors, Partners
Links FEMIS


UN GDACS Virtual OSOCC

Summary The Virtual On Site Operations Coordination Center is part of the Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System (GDACS). GDACS provides both a disaster alerting component (including an overview of likely humanitarian impact) and a disaster coordination component (Virtual OSOCC). GDACS is based mostly on (Geo)RSS feeds to exchange information feeds between components. Virtual OSOCC is a closed forum for professional disaster managers to exchange information on planned and past decisions and response. Virtual OSOCC is actively used by over 7000 users in most international disasters.
Type / Scope / Phase

The Virtual OSOCC aims at sharing information among international first responders in the first 72h of sudden onset disasters. Typically, this includes information on the situation, impact (casualties and damage), visa arrangements and travel restrictions, lists of teams and deployment status and rapid satellite based damage maps.

Application Architecture / License Virtual OSOCC is a web portal developed internally by UN staff.
Project Goals
  • Disaster coordination - the main purpose of the Virtual OSOCC is to facilitate decision-making for international response to major disasters though real-time information exchange by all actors of the international disaster response community.
  • E-mail and sms alerts - All Virtual OSOCC users have the opportunity to create e-mail and sms messages that are sent automatically to subscribers to inform about critical situation updates during disaster response operations.
  • Mobilisation - through the Virtual OSOCC the United Nations Assessment and Coordination Team (UNDAC) can be mobilised effectively through on-line workflow procedures including sms and e-mail.
  • Training and meetings - the Virtual OSOCC facilitates management of UNDAC, INSARAG and UN-CMCoord training, meetings and workshops through e-mail notification, on-line participant registration and discussion of background material.
  • Discussion forum - the Virtual OSOCC provides its users with a discussion forum for any area of interest, including information exchange on best practice and lessons-learned after disaster response operations.
  • Photo library - the Virtual OSOCC includes a photo library where users can share disaster and other related photos as documentation or presentation material or souvenir of a joint mission.
Current Features / Functionality
  • Disaster alerts by SMS, email or fax
  • Situation overview
  • List and status of emergency teams, including UNDAC
  • Possibility to request satellite based maps
  • Tightly integrated with ReliefWeb
Standards Implemented RSS (GDACS also implements CAP, KML, GeoRSS, WMS, WFS)
Version / Date Evaluated Virtual OSOCC started in 2000 and evolves continuously
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Over 7000 users; has been deployed in all major disasters since 2001
Managing Organization / Structure OCHA, GDACS
Main Sponsors, Partners OCHA ReliefWeb, European Commission Joint Research Centre, UNOSAT, INSARAG, UNDAC, IHP, European Commission Humanitarian Office
Links Virtual OSOCC, GDACS


Origen Emergency Management System

Summary An emergency management system for New Zealand's Civil Defence Crisis management centres
Type / Scope / Phase
Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
Project Goals
  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Secure logon that provides access permissions and audit control
  • User defined controls for incident categories, personnel, and entities
  • Message entry and maintenance
  • Message links and dependencies
  • Message management and tracking
  • Task entry, tracking and management
  • Response entry and management
  • Emergency procedures library
  • Letter and mail merge facilities to MS Office
  • Full audit and tracking reports to screen or printer
  • Stand alone PC and Network support with data synchronisation
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users New Zealand
Managing Organization / Structure Origen
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
Links Website


(FEMA) National Shelter System

Summary Shelter Information Management
Type / Scope / Phase Emergency preparedness and response
Application Architecture / License Web-based Application / Free to government and Private Non-Profit Organizations active in sheltering/Congregate Care operations with a demonstrated need to access the information. Access is restricted based on the recommendations of the State that the users are affiliated with
Project Goals enables users to identify the location, managing agency, capacity, current population, and other relevant information of all shelters operated in response to events
Current Features / Functionality
  • Traditional shelters
  • Household Pet/Service Animal shelters
  • Medical Special Needs
  • Kitchens
  • Points of Distribution (PODs)
  • Food warehouses
  • Warming, cooling, and Respite centers
  • Embarkation, Debarkation, and Reception processing sites
  • GIS mapping function to see in real time, shelter locations, critical infrastructure, flood plains, fault lines, and numerous other geospatial elements
Standards Implemented Planning to interoperable with the Red Cross NSS, Web-EOC, E-Team, and several other Emergency management programs ( anticipating to use webFUSION )
Version / Date Evaluated Anticipated to be released by May 1st 2009
Significant Deployments / Users Not yet
Managing Organization / Structure American Red Cross, FEMA
Main Sponsors, Partners
Links Website,


SUMA

Summary Humanitarian Supplies Management System
Type / Scope / Phase All phases
Application Architecture / License Desktop Application / Free and Open Source
Project Goals To improve the management of humanitarian aid, by strengthening the national capacity to manage effectively the humanitarian supplies, bringing them to the affected people in an adequate and convenient way
Current Features / Functionality
  • SUMA Central: used by authorities managing a disaster or emergency
  • SUMA Field Unit: used at the points of entry or reception sites, such as borders, water or river ports, and large storage centers (centers where supplies arrive during emergencies, such as airports, collection stands, etc.
  • Stock Management: registers the arrival and the delivery of supplies at the storage centers or warehouses
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated 5.2a
Significant Deployments / Users
Managing Organization / Structure SUMA Coordination Center
Main Sponsors, Partners Joint effort of Latin American and Caribbean countries under the auspices of the Pan American Health Organization, the Regional Office of the World Health Organization, with the financial support of the government of the Netherlands
Links SUMA


Workpad

Summary An Adaptive Peer-to-Peer Software Infrastructure for Supporting Collaborative Work of Human Operators in Emergency/Disaster Scenarios
Type / Scope / Phase

EC SPECIFIC TARGETED RESEARCH OR INNOVATION PROJECT (STREP) FP6-2005-IST-5-034749

Application Architecture / License Middleware / Proprietary
Project Goals

The WORKPAD project will focus in providing a software and communication infrastructure supporting operators during an emergency. The objective of the WORKPAD project is to investigate how to create communities of Public Safety Systems (PSSs), and how to enable mobile teams to exploit such back-end PSSs through the interplay of MANET technologies, process management and geo-collaboration. In order to support such a complex scenario, from the provision of data & knowledge & content to front-end teams to their process executions, different research issues will be addressed:

  • A 2-level peer-to-peer architecture, including both the back-end peers and the front-end teams.
  • Novel techniques for P2P data & knowledge & content integration, to be exploited on the back-end. P2P information integration systems don't rely on a single global view (ontology), but use mappings, dynamically established between peers, to collect and merge data from the various sources when answering user queries.
  • Adaptive process management, by exploting context-awareness and process mining, in order to manage coordination of team members.
  • Geo-referenced information managment.
  • Solutions around emergency communications, wireless communications and robust links (i.e., connecting front-end and back-end networks), e.g., satellite-based, TETRA-based, etc., as they are key elements in helping emergency services respond in extreme situations.
  • Solutions for allowing devices of a team to communicate without relying on any infrastructure (which in general is not available after disasters), through the use of the MANETs, and to share reliable communication channels in order to coordinate among different teams.
Current Features / Functionality
  • Back-End WS-Based P2P Information Integration Middleware (Spec. and Implementation)
  • Front-End Mobile Ad-hoc Network
  • Front-End / Back-End reliable link
Standards Implemented OWL 2 QL (DL-Lite)
Version / Date Evaluated 1.0 (Available on Sept. 30 2009)
Significant Deployments / Users

Protezione Civile Regione Calabria - Italy

Managing Organization / Structure WORKPAD Consortium
Main Sponsors, Partners
  • Università degli Studi di Roma LA SAPIENZA Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica “Antonio Ruberti” (Coordinator, Italy)
  • Università degli Studi di Roma TOR VERGATA Dipartimento di Informatica, Sistemi e Produzione (Italy)
  • IBM Center for Advanced Studies of Rome
  • Salzburg Research Advanced Networking Center (ANC) & Mobile and Web-based Informations Systems Group (MOWI)
  • TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET WIEN Institute für Informationssysteme
  • APIF MOVIQUITY S.A. R&D Department
  • SOFTWARE 602 A.S. Research SOFTWARE 602
  • Regione Calabria Settore Protezione Civile
Links Official Site,


ESS Crisis Management

Summary An emergency management information systems
Type / Scope / Phase All five phases of comprehensive emergency management
Application Architecture / License Can be implemented as a hosted, on-demand (subscription) or onsite solution / Proprietary
Project Goals Provides wealth of information resources and processes for effective emergency planning, training and exercising as well as the mission-critical functionality needed to direct a real-time mobilization
Current Features / Functionality
  • Spatial Information: tightly integrated with Microsoft's Virtual Earth™ - online mapping with oblique (bird's eye), satellite and aerial imagery, works with ESRI's ArcInfo™ and other Geographic Information Systems, does real time asset tracking
  • Emergency Message Center: facilitates and tracks communications during both routine and crisis operations by automatically date stamping daily message traffic, and entering data into an incident-based operations log
  • Automated Notifications: ESS Alert™ component sends urgent notifications regarding a new incident to team members via desktop, laptop or a Windows-enabled Pocket PC
  • Task Tracking: tracks organizational workflow from tasking to close-out
  • Briefings and Audits: captures and organizes detailed information about the operations and quickly, accurately present them to others during or after the event
  • Assessment and Recovery: simplifies collection of information from initial surveys
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users Clients
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Microsoft, OSIsoft, Other partners
Links ESS


Pending Classification

Ushahidi CrowdSourcing Crisis Information System

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
Project Goals
  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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Risepak

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
Project Goals
  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
Links Website Example,


DMIS Disaster Management Information System

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
Project Goals
  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
Links Website Example,


e-Sponder (MS Sharepoint based)

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
Project Goals
  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
Links Website Example,


WebEOC

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
Project Goals
  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
Links Website Example,


NC4's eTeam

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
Project Goals
  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
Links Website Example,


ESS Essential Emergency

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
Project Goals
  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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CMS Crisis Commander

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
Project Goals
  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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EmerGeo

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
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  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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Emergency Manager Pro

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
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  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
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  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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Alerttech OpsCenter

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
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  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
Current Features / Functionality
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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Dynamic COMPAS

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
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  • Goal 2
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  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
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Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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Microsoft Groove

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
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  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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ORCHESTRA

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
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  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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ARCE++

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
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  • Goal 2
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  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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SIGAME

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Application Architecture / License Portal or Web App or Desktop App / Proprietary or Freeware or Free and Open Source, etc
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  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
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  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
Standards Implemented Standard 1, Standard 2, ..
Version / Date Evaluated Version number (DATE released)
Significant Deployments / Users
  • Disaster - Country
Managing Organization / Structure organization, ..
Main Sponsors, Partners Sponsors text
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