Dr. James Graham at the University of Louisville, will be assessing and developing technology, methods and educational support to mitigate vulnerabilities systems that control much of the nation’s critical infrastructure, specifically in the Water Sector. This project will feature a detailed review and analysis of the ongoing research in the area, with particular attention to water system industrial control systems (ICS).
The Incident Management Decision Support System (IMDSS) with the IMDSS-H add-on are web-based software tools and portals that organize incident-related information for public health first-responders in rural environments, supporting their efforts to save lives and protect property.
IMDSS-H provides an intuitive interface designed for easy navigation, allowing users to quickly accomplish public health incident resolution tasks. Whether used to communicate with personnel, organize a response, or get an accurate operational picture via real-time mapping, IMDSS-H removes barriers and speeds resource deployment for fast, efficient incident response.
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Dr. Jim Gantt with Murray State University is working on a health care extension to the Incident Management Decision Support System (IMDSS™) which is under development on a different contract. IMDSS-H™ will add the functionality required to collect, process, and visualize public health information and use this information to aid in planning an effective response to potential medical and public health emergencies. The system will include medical resource allocation models.