Disaster planning resilience.
DART is a service, designed and developed to allow planning personnel to simulate what-if style resource deployment scenarios. DART or Dynamic Agent-based Reallocation and Tasking, tests a series of hypotheses directed at the distribution of a resource, such as water, during a time of highly dynamic change to the environment or to the needs of the recipients. This service allows operators to create simulated plans of action for what equipment to use, where that equipment will travel, and how the distribution of the resource will be handled. In addition, operators may simulate road, traffic, and weather conditions to determine how changes to each of these would affect distribution.
Configure scenarios and watch DART solve the problem in real time
Intelligently selects the most optimal algorithm from a suite of algorithms
Highly detailed data visualizations are provided as a means of conveying insight
Provides the ability to work as a team collectively to optimize plans