Players use their everyday communication and coordination tools such as phones, email, text, chat and EOC management software. SimulationDeck simulates the rest.
The SimCell is where controllers generate and deliver injects for the exercise. Physically, the SimCell is a working location for a number of role players who portray representatives of non-participating organizations, agencies, individuals, and traditional and social media entities that would likely participate during an actual incident.
Marathon Oil incorporated SimulationDeck into their two day, enterprise-wide functional exercise in order to realistically stimulate conversations about the effect of public perception and media engagement on the organization’s emergency response policies and prot [...]
The Delaware Emergency Management Agency used SimulationDeck to enhance a multi-agency table top exercise, involving an active shooter at the Dover International Speedway. [...]
The Multi-State Partnership for Security in Agriculture used SimulationDeck to provide instant, hands-on training for Communication Officers of State Departments of Agriculture (COSDA) conference participants learning about the use of social media for emergency ma [...]
SimulationDeck was incorporated into a multi-state regional functional exercise in the Kansas City metropolitan area to enhance participant’s opportunity to evaluate current response concepts, plans, and capabilities. [...]
Sadly, campus shooting sprees such as Columbine and Virginia Tech have emerged as one of the greater high-probability/high impact threats faced by educational institutions throughout the United States. [...]
Training and exercise designers at the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) used SimulationDeck for a series of training and exercises, including Without Warning, a four-day, full-scale exercise at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center near North Ve [...]
The Multi-state Partnership for Security in Agriculture has been an early advocate for expanded training and exercises for agricultural regulators, emergency managers and crisis communicators throughout its 15-s [...]
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