Joint Effects Model (JEM)

JEM provides Warfighters with the DoD accredited modeling capability to predict high-fidelity downwind hazard areas and effects.

Joint Effects Model (JEM)

JEM provides Warfighters with the DoD accredited modeling capability to predict high-fidelity downwind hazard areas and effects with:

- The release of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) and Toxic Industrial Hazards (TIH) into the environment

- Incorporation of the impacts of weather, terrain, and material interactions into the downwind prediction

- Enhancement of situational awareness of the battle space and to provide real-time hazard information to influence and minimize CBRN and TIH effects on current operations thereby saving lives

RTI personnel have supported the development, testing, and use of JEM outputs to facilitate CBRN environment testing in Combat Simulation Models.