Formidable Footprint - Exercise Maps Print E-mail

Recognizing that GIS is an important tool for Situational Awareness and a Common Operational Picture, Formidable Footprint exercises incorporate scenario-relevant maps created by Ric Skinner GISP. The maps provide participants with visual decision support making the exercise more real and meaningful.

During all exercises the maps will be presented in both a static format as well as an interactive format.   

  • The static map format is a simple Portable Network Graphics (PNG) file. No special software is required to view static maps.
  • The interactive map format uses Depiction mapping simulation and collaboration software. To view the interactive maps the computer you will be using for the exercise will need to have Microsoft Silverlight installed on it.  

Provided below are both versions of the overview maps for each of the Formidable Footprint exercises.

Earthquake
Rolling Hills Community - Overview - Static Map
PNG
Rolling Hills Community - Overview - Interactive Map
Depiction
Flood
Riverton Community - Overview - Static Map
PNG
Riverton Community - Overview - Interactive Map
Depiction
Hurricane
Northtown Community - Overview - Static Map
PNG
Northtown Community - Overview - Interactive Map
Depiction
Pandemic
Jenner Park Community - Overview - Static Map
PNG
Jenner Park Community - Overview - Interactive Map
Depiction
Tornado
Broken Willow Community - Overview - Static Map
PNG
Broken Willow Community - Overview - Interactive Map
Depiction
Wildfire
Plainville Community - Overview - Static Map
PNG
Plainville Community - Overview - Interactive Map
Depiction

Depiction Maps

The interactive maps used in this exercise were created with Depiction mapping, simulation and collaboration software. HOWEVER, maps used during the exercise will be accessed using "Depiction Viewer" (beta), a web based map viewer that Depiction has not yet released to the public. Because of the way the exercise is designed we cannot provide the Depiction (.dpn) map files to participants who want to use them with their own copy of Depiction software.

It is essential that you access the interactive map format guidelines to become familiar with how the maps function and will be used in the exercise. This applies to experienced Depiction users as well.

If assistance is needed regarding utilization of the interactive maps please e-mail the map development This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .