On June 15, 2017, in the UN building in Sarajevo, Vedran Ibrulj presented the Disaster Risk Analysis System (DRAS), a web-based risk mapping software based on google maps, which was developed within the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in BiH thanks to the help of the Government of the Republic of Turkey.
DRAS is a pilot project available for the cities of Tuzla and Doboj, which are most exposed to disasters (it is estimated that 280,000 people are exposed to floods and 260,000 people are exposed to landslides), with the possibility of upgrading with additional hazards and other locations. Representatives of Ministries, Civil Protection, non-governmental organizations in Bosnia and Herzegovina attended the event. A representative of the Red Cross Society of BiH was Mr. Branko Leko , Secretary General. On this occasion, it was emphasized that DRAS provides unhindered access to scientific data on the dangers of floods and landslides for decision-makers and citizens in order to raise awareness of the disaster risk at a particular location and to prevent future disasters based on previous knowledge and experiences. The system consists of three modules, of which Module 1 is available to the public and can be easily customized to users, and modules 2 and 3 are available to the appropriate local authorities in accordance with user rights. On this occasion, the Deputy Resident Representative of UNDP in BiH, Sukhrob Khashmukhamedov and Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey in Sarajevo HE. Haldun Koc formally handed over the DRAS to the mayors of Tuzla and Doboj, Jasmin Imamović and Mr. Obren Petrović.