DISCRETE EVENT FORMALISM TO CALCULATE ACCEPTABLE SAFETY DISTANCE

Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference


DISCRETE EVENT FORMALISM TO CALCULATE ACCEPTABLE SAFETY DISTANCE

Paul-Antoine Bisgambiglia
Romain Franceschini
François-Joseph Chatelon
Jean-Louis Rossi
Paul Antoine Bisgambiglia

Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference

The aim of this paper is to present a dimensioning tool for fuelbreaks. It focuses on the overall approach and specifically mapping a physical model to a DEVS model, mapping a DEVS model to a DEVS ser-vice, and the client that communicates with the server. In order to assist the firefighters, we focus on a Web Service based on different software tools that can be used by firefighters to forecast fuelbreak safety zone sizes. This Web Service uses a simulation framework based on DEVS formalism, a theoretical fire spreading model developed at the University of Corsica and to display the results on a Google Map SDK. The SDK is embedded in a mobile application for touchscreen tablet. The application sends a request to our DEVS Web Service, with its geolocation, and in response receives data sets that allow to draw the safety distance.


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