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Extension and tools for ArcGIS Desktop, Server "Man-made Hazard (Fast Analysis)" are intended to calculating zones of defeat and determinating the degree of industrial risk. Software include 15 different methodics for modeling explosions, fires, chemical and radioactive contamination.
Extension for ArcGIS Desktop "Man-made Hazard (Expert Analysis)" is intended to simulation of processes of dispersion of pollutants in the 3D space. Software include 5 different methodics for modeling chemical contamination, "heavy" gas cloud.
Extension and tools for ArcGIS Desktop, Server "Hydro Disaster" are intended to monitoring, forecast parameters water-stations, calculation of flood zones at the rise of the water level and the breakthrough dam in the river system (geometric and hydrodinamic calculations).
Extension and tools for ArcGIS Desktop, Server "Wildfire" are intended to monitoring active fires, calculation of spread fire (wetland, upstream, downstream) based on topography, meteorological conditions. Software include 3 different methodic.
Extension and tools for ArcGIS Desktop, Server "Oil Spill" are intended for assessment and prediction of oil spill on the surface of the land and waters and can be used for the prevention and elimination of emergency situations related to oil spills.
Extension for ArcGIS Desktop "Meteo" is intended to collect and spatial assessment of current and forecasted weather data with the open international network of weather stations.
Free Add-In for ArcGIS Desktop "Photo GPX» is designed to create a file geodatabase and coatings (point multipatch) location shooting, including a set of attributes: a photo, date, shooting direction, coordinates, and others.
Free Add-In for ArcGIS Desktop "NUI" sells natural user interface (NUI - Natural User Interface) and is designed to control two-dimensional maps and three-dimensional scenes voice and gestures. For gesture control is required Microsoft Kinect.