NKS-B NordDSS workshop
Nordic workshop for users of Decision Support Systems (DSS) 1-2 October 2009, Copenhagen.
ARGOS and RODOS are decision support systems (DSS) used by nuclear emergency management authorities in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland together with several other countries. Both DSS features models and functionality to analyze dispersions from nuclear reactors or other radiological sources, analyze and visualize measurements, model and analyze consequences of a fallout, and analyze countermeasures.
The purpose of the workshop is to share national practice and experience on the use of ARGOS and RODOS during a crisis with focus on operational implementation and use, interpretation and verification of results and production of decision basis. The aim is to establish a common ground to better understand how these DSS are used in the different countries, identify differences and exchange knowledge to increase competence. In the long term the outcome can be used to focus future development on improving the operational use of ARGOS and RODOS, and harmonize their results.
The target group for the workshop are experts who will use ARGOS and RODOS during an emergency and provide information to decision-makers. It includes experts working with decision support systems in general, decision makers, experts on specific models, researchers, developers and others.