SILVANUS Dashboard for Wildfire Management


  • Dominika Grunwald ITTI Sp. z o.o. Author
  • Marcin Wawrzyniak ITTI Sp. z o.o. Author
  • Marcin Przybyszewski ITTI Sp. z o.o. Author
  • Emil Gatial Institute of Informatics, Slovak Academy of Sciences Author
  • Zoltan Balogh Institute of Informatics, Slovak Academy of Sciences Author
  • Sepideh Hassankhani-Dolatabadi Institute of Informatics, Slovak Academy of Sciences Author


Dashboard, Wildfire, Decision Support System, Map


The world is constantly exposed to the negative effects of wildfires, which occur for various reasons, often beyond human control. In such a case, it is highly advisable to develop appropriate countermeasures that will comprehensively approach the problem of wildfires. In response to these needs, the SILVANUS project was created. The goal of SILVANUS is to use new and existing technologies in the field of fire management, such as mobile applications for citizens, dedicated user interfaces or special applications for training firefighters in VR. The set of these tools is intended to support Integrated Fire Management. In this paper, we propose a web-based interface which facilitates crisis management during fires, especially wildfires. The Dashboard is an interactive map for monitored areas, with layers corresponding to different sources of data. It also supports communication between citizens and firefighters through mobile applications and social media. The main objective of the system is to help with decision making process so that the user will ultimately decide whether data is relevant or not.  The solution is directed mainly at firefighters, analysts, and public administration entities. The presented Dashboard is a work in progress.


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Grunwald, D., Wawrzyniak, M., Przybyszewski, M., Gatial, E., Balogh, Z., & Hassankhani-Dolatabadi, S. (2024). SILVANUS Dashboard for Wildfire Management. ISCRAM Proceedings, 21.

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