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What is happening in the TAPPAS project?
20 July 2017
A peer-reviewed journal article describing TAPPAS as a Big Data application and its use to reanalyse historical outbreaks of bluetongue and African horse sickness has been published in Frontiers in Veterinary Science http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fvets.2017.00098/full
3rd July 2017
TAPPAS will be unavailable to users between 8am and 6pm on Monday 3 July 2017 (AEST) due to NCI quarterly system maintenance.
24-27th April 2016
TAPPAS will be discussed at the 2nd International Conference on One Medicine One Science, Big Data: The Language and Future of One Medicine One Science https://cceevents.umn.edu/icomos
13-14th April 2016
Upcoming presentation at Locate16 Conference, Melbourne. - TAPPAS – A web-based framework incorporating wind-borne dispersal into biosecurity surveillance
26 November 2015
TAPPAS V1.0 is released. Thank you to all of you from many organisations that have made this possible. TAPPAS is an enabling tool with the potential for diverse application. We encourage you to explore the full potential of TAPPAS. Don't hesitate to contact us with ideas for collaboration, application and improvement. As TAPPAS is undergoing a staged release it is currently not available for commercial use, and outputs are not to be published, without prior consent.
The final development sprints of TAPPAS are currently underway. Feedback from the user acceptance testing surveys have driven the remaining development tasks.
- Improved visualization of dispersion results.
- Legends are included for the aggregated results and also for KML time steps.
- Users can create their own species listing for future use.
User acceptance testing is well underway with over 20 people agreeing to participate. Thank you to all those who have undertaken testing. We look forward to your feedback to help us improve TAPPAS.
TAPPAS is nearing the end of software development for Version 1. The project will shift to user acceptance testing with restricted release during March 2015.
TAPPAS was operational as of September 2014 with live links the Bureau of Meteorology data and HYSPLIT. TAPPAS will be ready for final deployment in June 2015.
Intersect has started development on the production version of TAPPAS V1.
On the 16th July, 2013 a TAPPAS user requirements workshop was held in Canberra to demonstrate a prototype of TAPPAS, gauge support and acquire feedback from the biosecurity community.
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