History

1993
The development of C3Fire started by Rego Granlund in a research project at Linköping University, Sweden. The project was a collaboration between Rego Granlund and Henrik Artman at the Department of Computer and Information Science and the Department of Communication Studies at Linköping University, Sweden. The goal was to provide a tool that allowed team training and controlled studies of co-operation and coordination in dynamic environments.

The foundation of the ideas about the C3Fire micro-world was based on the ideas shown in the D3Fire micro-world, which is an experimental system for studies of distributed decision making in dynamic environments. The D3Fire microworld was developed by Professor B Brehmer and Peter Svenmarck at Uppsala University, Sweden. (Svenmarck & Brehmer 1992).



1998
The Swedish National Defence College used the C3Fire environment in their education.

2000
The Swedish National Defence College started to use the C3Fire environment in their ROLF-2010 research project. The usage of C3Fire is a collaboration between Department of Operational Studies and Department of Leadership at Swedish National Defence College, and Department of Computer and Information Science at Linköping University, Sweden.



Theses that has been written in connection to the research.

Björn Johansson (2005) Ph.D. Thesis.
Joint control in dynamic situations
ISBN 91-85457-31-0
Björn Johansson (2003) Licentiate Thesis.
Feedforward Control in Dynamic Situations
ISBN 91-7373-664-3
Rego Granlund (2002) Ph.D. Thesis.
Monitoring Distributed Teamwork Training.
ISBN 91-7373-312-1.
Henrik Artman (1999) Ph.D. Thesis.
Fördelade kunskapsprocesser i ledningscentraler vid nödsituationer - koordination och situationsmedvetenhet.
ISBN 91-7219-418-9.