Using a pseudo-dynamic approach, Hazard Management Software is capable of estimating earthquake-induced damages. In other words, in dynamic analysis by defining a certain earthquake with a specific magnitude, duration, and geographic longitude and latitude; earthquake-induced damages are estimated. In addition, such estimations are presented in static analysis for a combination of hazards in an earthquake scenario. Software outputs include structural seismic vulnerability maps as well as loss of life.
Based on a semi-dynamic assessment of seismic hazard this software provides seismic risk maps and other information required to crisis management of seismic hazard.