EFFISEuropean Forest Fire Information System (EU)
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According to data from EFFIS, the area burned in the Iberian Peninsula in 2005 was the second largest, and in 2008 was the smallest, recorded from 2000 to 2013 (EFFIS 2015).
The CPES End-to-end Framework for Fusion Integrated Simulation (EFFIS) has been successfully performing automated coupled simulation using highly advanced inter-operating computer science tools that include workflow management, fast presentation of image data on Web-based dashboard, increased speed of I/0 operations, collection and management of provenance metadata, and wide-area data transfer.
EFFIS facilitates efficient integration of different fusion cedes running on multiple and non-local platforms, provides users with real-time dynamic tracking of the simulations progress through graphs and images on a dashboard, and already has been used on tens of thousands of processors in secure environments.
The Effis is driven by Nissan's "Super Motor" which uses an innovative design to reduce size and weight to one-third of the previous electric motor, unlike a conventional motor that uses a rotor with permanent magnets to rotate around an electromagnetic stator to generate power through a single shaft, the Super Motor positions rotors on both the inside and outside of the stator and delivers power through two shafts.
The forest fire situation in Europe is constantly monitored by the European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS), established by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the Commission's Directorate-General for Environment.
This is the information received from the member states and compiled by the European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS), the system developed by the European Commission to monitor forest fire risk in Europe and provide member states with early risk warning and damage assessment.
The Commission's DG Joint Research Centre, which manages EFFIS, produces regular forest fire risk forecasts and burnt area maps, starting early in the year.
The Commission said it was supporting the efforts of EU member states to control the fires by forecasting risks via the so called European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS), a network with representatives from 19 countries.