Changes between Version 180 and Version 181 of BluePrint/SAFIRE
- 12/02/17 01:59:34 (5 years ago)
v180 v181 54 54 [wiki:BluePrint/SAFIRE/UseCases CLICK to read complete set of user stories]. The examples discussed below are summaries of those same user stories. 55 55 56 1. [wiki:BluePrint/SAFIRE/UseCases# SearchandRescue Missing Persons (SAR)] - Two hikers are reported missing in the national park; managing the SAR incident. 56 1. [wiki:BluePrint/SAFIRE/UseCases#SearchandRescue Missing Persons (SAR)] - Two hikers are reported missing in the national park; managing the SAR incident. 57 57 1. [wiki:BluePrint/SAFIRE/UseCases#Landslide Landslide (restoration)] - Heavy rains has caused a landslide damaging and covering a popular B-52 county road in Badarawella hill-country 58 58 1. [wiki:BluePrint/SAFIRE/UseCases#ExplosionMajorFire Explosion (casualties)] - large hazardous material factory explosion that has spread fire is reported to the Call Center 59 59 1. [wiki:BluePrint/SAFIRE/UseCases#FlashFloods Flash floods (evacuation)] - a village with 12 families and 2 disabled persons need immediate rescue from the rushing food waters 60 60 61 === utilities === 61 62 A telecom operator needs to manage their assets (telecom equipment, network, vehicles), engineering staff, and other suppliers. A forest fire destroys a far remote Base Transmission Station (BTS). Firefighters need the telecom services restored for their data feeds. A fire fighter reports the incidents to the telecom operator's hotline. The incident is reported with relevant situation information. The managers decide to dispatch an engineering team to further assess the damage. Based on the initial situation information, the managers derive the required response resource such as fuel, power generator, cleanup crew, antenna, and shelter for equipment. A message is multicast to all the resource suppliers. Those suppliers are dispatched and the logistics and project is managed until the situation is contained and telecoms are restored.