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Please note that fire, evacuation, and other hazard boundaries are approximate and can change rapidly.
This map is based on official mapping sources that show rough footprints of active emergencies and emergency notification areas from responding agencies that may take several hours to produce.
DFO#4475, Uruguay, June 2, 2017 Sample of flood mapping for this event below: Google Earth kmz version.
In general, if you can see or smell smoke, it is recommended that you avoid outdoor physical activities.
The second part used ROGUE-developed capabilities alongside Disaster AWARE to provide real-time support to the COPECO Emergency Operations Center (EOC) during Independence Day celebrations in Honduras on Sunday, 15 September.
This allowed the team to test the information sharing, mapping, and decision support capabilities as they might apply to disaster management, coordination, and decision-making.
For seven days, 9–15 September, members of the ROGUE project team, including U. Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM), Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD), US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), LMN Solutions, and Pacific Disaster Center (PDC) joined members of the Comisión Permanente de Contingencias (COPECO), the national disaster management authority of Honduras) in the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa for a two-part Operational Demonstration (OD) of initial ROGUE capabilities.
The first part included the participation of Joint Task Force-Bravo (JTF-B) for a scenario-based disaster simulation in order to assess the use of ROGUE technologies under limited communications network connectivity.
When we work together, we can confront any emergency, whether it's a severe winter storm or a terrorist attack.