What's New?

Version 3.5 is Here!

Version 3.5 of IFTDSS increases the maximum landscape size from 3.5 to 12 million acres. Create, model, and analyze larger landscapes.

Version 3.4 has undergone continuous improvements throughout 2022. Some of these new features include:

  • A Change Symbology option that allows you to make persistent changes to shape symbology. This includes using a transparent fill to more easily view the layers beneath.
  • Expanding LANDFIRE versions available in IFTDSS to include 2020.
  • Greater availability of LANDFIRE data for Alaska, Hawaii, and the Eastern United States.
  • Updated IFTDSS Reference Layers for 2021 and 2022 fire perimeters.

The Development is currently working on new features planned to be released soon including expanding the Default Editing rules so they may be used on newer LANDFIRE landscape versions.

View the Release Notes for a Full List!

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Known Issues

We do our best to document as many known issues as is possible. If you don't see something on the list please let us know.

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Webinars and Training

Learn more about the latest features and how to use them. The webinars page includes registration links to planned webinars and recordings.

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Wildfire Risk Raster


Sometimes it's just easier to watch a video. If this is more your style we will be adding videos to highlight new features regularly.

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