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Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: Disaster Management and Emergency Response II - Geospatially Enabled Solutions for 'All Hazards' Incident Management



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  • 1. Geospatially Enabled Solutions for „All Hazards Incident ManagementIntergraph Corporation, Security, Government & Infrastructure Division (SG&I)Robert H Scott, III, P.E.Executive Director Security Solutions Strategy5 March 2012
  • 2. Who is Intergraph? Leading global provider of engineering and geospatial software that enables our customers to build and operate more efficient plants and ships, create intelligent maps, and protect critical infrastructure. Technology innovator since 1969; more than 4,000 employees worldwide. Businesses and governments in 80 percent of the world‟s largest countries rely on our industry-specific software. Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) Enterprise Engineering Software Geospatially Powered Software Solutions 2
  • 3. Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I)  Intergraph‟s SG&I division delivers geospatial and incident software solutions that help you manage, enhance, and protect life, infrastructure, and property.  ERDAS is now part of Intergraph‟s SG&I geospatial business unit. Intergraph Government Solutions (IGS) is an independent subsidiary for SG&I‟s U.S. federal and classified business.  SG&I takes geospatial and incident management information, and the context it provides, and creates: – A firm foundation for cooperation and interoperability. – Modern, comprehensive, well-integrated set of geospatial capabilities. – Analytics that help you see the information hidden within your data. SG&I‟s solutions benefit the following industry sectors: Geospatial & National Civil Security Public Private Incident Security Infrastructure Infrastructure  Public Safety Management  Defense  Major Events  Transportation  Utilities  Analytics  Intelligence  Public Works  Communications  Incident  Borders  Land  Industrial Sites Management  Military Bases  Geospatial Foundation 3
  • 4. Security, Government & Infrastructure Customer Base Intergraph security solutions: – Protect the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world – Manage the security & emergency resources for two of the world‟s busiest airports – Protect the largest cities & countries around the world Washington, DC State of Victoria incl. RAC Motoring Services, Chicago O‟Hare Police Melbourne, Australia United Kingdom International Airport New Zealand Fire & Bavarian State Police / Belgian Federal Police Toronto Police & Police German Federal Police (ASTRID) Fire Services
  • 5. Why Is an All Hazards Approach Important? 9/11 - A wake up call for the U.S. to re-evaluate how we performed coordinated response during a major event Madrid, London and Mumbai Bombings - Indicated a worldwide problem with terrorism Hurricane Katrina – Demonstrated that U.S. focus had to expand to “all hazards” for emergency management and interoperability Page 5
  • 6. Increasing Threat LevelHigh Taiwan Hurricane Floods Threat Level Thailand Katrina Tsunami And Many More…. Mumbai London Shootings Madrid Bombing Bombing 9/11 Terrorism FocusLow 2000 2001 2005 2010 2015 All Hazards Focus Page 6
  • 7. Closing the Security GapHigh Taiwan Hurricane Floods Threat Level Thailand Katrina Tsunami Level of Security Mumbai Intelligence Fusion Shootings Standards/Interoperability Alarm/Sensor/Video Integration CBRNE Sensors Terrorism Focus Intelligent Video, Biometrics Access Control, CCTV, Basic Monitoring Metal Detectors / Baggage Screening Increased Security PersonnelLow Concrete & Barbed Wire 2000 2001 2005 2010 2015 All Hazards Focus Page 7
  • 8. Key Points Increasing “all-hazard” threats, politics, economics and technology need to be balanced to provide the optimum solution.  Stove pipe solutions that are in place today overwhelm operators  Applications and technologies are not always standards based  Human Capital is expensive Authorized access to information and identity management Prepare, Prevent, Deter, Detect, Assess, Respond, Recover  Organizations must balance government regulations, budgets and political pressures to deal with threats and vulnerabilities to mitigate risk.  It is not just about technology…
  • 9. A System of Systems Spatially Legacy New enabled Systems Systems CAD/C2 Emergency Communications Center (EOC) Situational Consequence Analysis Awareness Management Regional COP
  • 10. A System of Systems Devices Applications Systems
  • 11. Cross-Protocol Convergence Through Integration &Normalization Database Reader / Command/ Writer File Unmanaged Reader / Call Writer Managed Message Call Queue Rich Integration Web and TCP Client / Method Communications Server Methods HTTP Client / WMI Server Serial UDP Port Socket SNMP
  • 12. Multi Sensor Correlation Accurate COP GIS IDS Integrated Response ACS Temporal Context Distributed COP/UDOP Geospatial Context Biometrics Common Displays Pattern Recognition RadarCCTV Integrated Controls and GUI‟s Automated „Focus‟ Thermal Video Integration Integrated Modeling/Simulation IR Intelligent VideoVoice Report Data Fusion Multi Hypothesis Fusion
  • 13. Capture, Integrate, Display, Coordinate, Manage Personnel & Asset Data Mapping Data Access Control Telephone, Radio, Voice CCTV Recorder Controls Radio System Intelligent Video Data Operator Telephone Data Sensor Data “What‟s the situation?”
  • 14. I/Dispatcher I/Dispatcher ButtonCreate new used to create Multiple command lines shown open additional command lines Multiple command lines. command line button.
  • 15. Device and Alarm Monitors Device and Alarm Monitors
  • 16. Tracking Monitor Tracking Monitor
  • 17. Geospatial Monitor (Map View)
  • 18. Video Surveillance Video Surveillance
  • 19. Digital Video Surveillance – Video Analytics Rule Based Detection Anomaly Based Detection
  • 20. Video Alert Video Alert CAD Alert from Alarm
  • 21. New Event in Dispatcher Monitor New Event in Dispatcher Monitor
  • 22. Large events supported by Intergraph systems Olympic Games, Vancouver, Canada, 2010 G8 Conference, Italy, 2009 Barack Obama Presidential Inauguration, 2009 Pan Am Games, Rio de Janeiro, 2006 FIFA World Cup, Germany, 2006 Olympic Games, Turin, Italy, 2006 George Bush Presidential Inauguration, 2005
  • 23. Conclusion Command and Control System Integration Interoperable Regional Systems Technology, Policy, and Human Factors
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