- Hierarchical structuring of the decision problem
- Accurate modelling of the multiple objectives involved in the decision
- Integration of the perspectives of the multiple stakeholders
- Distant or local collaboration around a unique tool
- Qualitative or quantitative evaluation of the geographical zones, based on the multiple objectives of the decision problem
- Integration of the human perspective in this evaluation
- Taking into account of the preferences of the multiple stakeholders
- Use of multiple evaluation models
- Taking into account of complex constraints of the stakeholders
- Automatic generation of recommendations of zones
- Comparative study of multiple zones
- Human readable explanations of recommendations
- Traceability and justification of the decision recommendation
- Search for a compromise satisfying the actors of the decision problem
Maritime spatial planning, impact assessment on ecological ecosystems, installation of wind turbines, controled ship stranding, development of maritime areas or the coast ...
Mockup: locating a fishing zone and an underwater turbine zone
Screenshot of the actual decision support platform DESEASION.
DESEASION is currently under development. Stay tuned for news about when you can access it, or drop us a message (see contact details below).
The DESEASION platform is developped in the context of collaborative scientific projects between the French National Hydrographic Service (SHOM), IMT Atlantique, and the Lab-STICC CNRS laboratory.