CBRNE Web - Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear & Explosive Model
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CBRNE Web provides proven off-the-shelf Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear & Explosive (CBRNE) modeling and forecast solutions. Our CBRNE Web focus on integrating the underlying state-of-science models within existing CBRNE command and control systems. With expertise spanning a wide range of interrelated scientific disciplines, Lakes Environmental specializes in optimizing the underlying models that comprise today’s state-of-the-science CBNRE modeling systems used throughout the world by intelligence, defense, emergency response, medical, security, and industrial clients.
Effective CBRNE modeling requires scientific expertise in many disciplines that comprise today’s state-of-the-science CBRNE systems. Lakes Environmental specializes in the following key areas to characterize, assess, model, predict and measure the full range of CBRNE threats:
- Threat Characterization (CBRNE Inventory and Release Scenarios)
- Air Dispersion and Deposition Models
- Weather Forecast and Meteorological Models
- Environmental Media Fate and Transport Models
- Human Exposure Models
Fully integrated interface combining easy to use graphical tools, seamless model run, and automated contouring and posting of results.
Watch the plume disperse in three dimensions using the 3D View option. Understanding how a release spreads has never been easier.
CBRNE 3D allows you to create animations of plume migration that can be incorporated into most presentation packages.
This exciting feature allows you to export the footprint and or puff of the source spill into Google Earth giving you a more realistic image of where the spill will impact surrounding areas. learn more
CBRNE Web provides you with full control of the appearance of your footprints and puffs. You can specify the footprint levels (ppm) to be displayed, which colors to use, line thickness, and much more.
CBRNE Web has an extensive database of chemicals that can be modeled, including their properties. User defined chemicals can also be added.
CBRNE Web has support for a variety of image and base map formats allowing you to setup your model with confidence and easy visualization and identification of the location of your spill area. Supported base maps include: Bitmap, DLG, DXF, JPEG, LULC, MrSID, Shapefile, and TIFF/GeoTIFF.
CBRNE Web automatically generates graphs displaying the Maximum Concentration Along the Centerline for all the meteorological conditions being modeled. You can specify the Level of Concern (LOC) for the chemical being modeled to be shown in the graph (indicated in this image as a red line).
CBRNE Web provides highly accurate and comprehensive insights into questions that have until now been difficult or impossible to answer regarding detection, tracking, forecasting, and modeling CBRNE events. Due to the unique and destructive power CBRNE events pose, we remain dedicated to solving complex technical and operational CBRNE challenges that demand high-resolution real-time and forecast modeling capabilities.
CBRNE Web supports standards and directives (e.g., APT 45(D)) and replaces out outdated models with state-of-the-science capabilities. For example, recent improvements in high resolution 4D weather forecasting and integration of dedicated satellite feeds and field sensor networks can significantly enhance CBRNE modeling capabilities including real-time and forecast based predictions.
We designed our advanced CBRNE Web to integrate with todays most advanced CBRNE sensor networks which provide necessary model inputs for performing accurate threat characterization, real-time and forecast weather modeling, air dispersion and deposition modeling, and human health exposure assessment.
This product is a Microsoft Windows-based program that can be installed in the following Windows operating systems:
- 32-bit and 64-bit Operating Systems
- Windows 10
- Windows 8 & 8.1
- Windows 7 (Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate Versions)
- An Intel I7 processor (or equivalent) or higher
- At least 100 GB of available hard disk space
- 4 GB of RAM (8 GB recommended)