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How do you fit millions of people into an event safely?, by Intergraph


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  • 1. British Cartographic Society Ralph Diment Marketing Manger, Western Europe THE ROLE OF GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGY IN THE SAFE & EFFECTIVE DELIVERY OF MAJOR EVENTS
  • 2. Major Events – Unique Challenges Scale Organisational C O i ti l Complexity l it Risks Balancing Conflicting Requirements Visibility - Prestige, Reputation, Future Opportunities 6/18/2010 2
  • 3. Scale 6/18/2010 3
  • 4. Organisational Complexity 6/18/2010 EDIT THIS IN "HEADER AND FOOTER" 4 UNDER THE "VIEW" MENU
  • 5. Major Event Security – A Critical Balancing Act “The Games are an event based on integration and not a public disturbance. The presence of the police should be felt strongly but in a discreet manner, and it should be alert to respond quickly to any type of occurrence occurrence” José Hilário Nunes de Medeiros Coordinator for Security of the 2007 Pan American Games, Rio 6/18/2010 EDIT THIS IN "HEADER AND FOOTER" 5 UNDER THE "VIEW" MENU
  • 6. Real Time Operational Decision Support and Mobilisation != GIS ! “The man that has invested everything in a hammer sees every problem as a nail” yp 6/18/2010 6
  • 7. EISEC / ALSEC TETRA AVLS / APLS Address & Mobile Status & SDS via TETRA or Phone Location messaging other systems CAD) Rosters Planned Resources atch (C Mobile Data HR I/CAD I/CAD or 3rd Party Personnel info Mobile Data systems mputer Aided Dispa (skills, training, etc) Automatic Paging Incident and 3rd Party Systems Dispatch & ad-hoc Resource Incidents to/from systems Management External Searches Automatic checks (People & Properties, etc. PNC, ANPR, etc.) Calltaking Dispatching ICCS Com Call Handling & Resource Telephony & Radio Incident Creation Management integration • C ll Hi t Caller History • Automatic Alerts • GIS Integration • One seamless system • Triage (ProQA) • Automatic Resource •Status Messaging • Aerial Imagery Recommendations • C&C calling ICCS functions •Automatic Alerts • Predictor • ICCS calling C&C functions • AVLS
  • 8. Normal/Steady State Copy Log Changes (iBackup) Data SQL Server Interface A Archive DB Training DB SQL Server SQL Server Interface B Principal DB Mirror DB Witness Primary data centre Secondary data centre * Users Update LAN/WAN Data Radio ICCS TETRA Gateway Gateway Site A Site B Airwave
  • 9. Principal Database Failure Changes Log Copy Data (iBackup) SQL Server Interface A SQL Server Archive DB Training DB SQL Server SQL Server Interface B PrincipalDB Mirror DB Principal Mirror DBDB Witness Primary data centre Secondary data centre Users Update LAN/WAN Data Radio ICCS TETRA Gateway Gateway Site A Site B Airwave
  • 10. Building and Exploiting The Common Operational Picture Personnel & Mapping Data Asset Data Access Control Video Surveillance Telephone, Radio, Telephone Radio Voice Recorder Controls Radio System Data Intelligent Video Telephone Data Sensor Data The COP Includes Real Time, Bi-directional Interaction With Diverse Data Sources 10
  • 11. A lot of applications needed (most of them including GIS technology ) technology…) Explosives Indoor Air Weather Hurricane River Spill Chemical Vulnerability Common Operating Picture Social Network Incident Log Dispatch Resources SOPs Warrants W t Accounting A ti Personnel P l Pre-Plans P Pl Permits P it Investigations I ti ti Lessons L Maritime Sensors Detection Unmanned Aerial Biometric ID Iris Scan Video Analytics
  • 12. Maximise the Time / Opportunities for Applying GI in Decision Support to Improve Outcomes Response Relevant & Ava Info Needed Options Accurate A t ailabil of Information Automated Lookups lity Dynamic data sharing/integration Integrated Alarms & Sensors Predictive Analysis & Modelling Elapsed Time From Incident
  • 13. ISEC - Automatic call logging and p gg g positioning g
  • 14. Quantified Benefits of Automation Pre-Alert information and improved location database within I/CAD has improved our response in Call Answering Answering. Great Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust Call Handling % 2008- 09 100 95 90 85 Call 80 Handling % 75 70 Linear 65 (Call Handling 60 %) /07/2008 /08/2008 /09/2008 /10/2008 /11/2008 /12/2008 /01/2009 /02/2009 /03/2009 /04/2009 /05/2009 /06/2009 06/ 06/ 06/ 06/ 06/ 06/ 06/ 06/ 06/ 06/ 06/ 06/ 14
  • 15. Map view (4) CCTV Cameras Location Hover-over tooltips & Actions BC101 BC101 BC101 BC101 BC101 AVLS & AutoStatus
  • 16. SOPS - A “City inside the City” SPEVFEMS Event’s Virtual Response Agency Event s 16
  • 17. Extending the COP into 3 and 4D
  • 19. Simulated Exercises - Warfighter Protection Lab Hybrid Virtual / Live Force Protection Simulation + y E911 System = Open Architecture p Environment “Environment” Suspects in Treeline Existing force-on-force simulations E i ti f f i l ti 911 / EOC •Tabletop exercise support •Sensor deployment optimisation p y p •SOP review & development UGV / UAV / Sensor Models Typical metrics •Computer aided dispatch produced by exercises •Emergency response • Threat Detection Time / Effectiveness information sharing • Threat Response Time / Effectiveness •GIS mapping tools • Casualty Control • Threat Neutralisation •Decision support tools • Communication Effectiveness 2D & 3D Visualisation
  • 20. Public information feeds – 2006 World Cup And finally.... It’s not all one-way 6/18/2010 EDIT THIS IN "HEADER AND FOOTER" 20 UNDER THE "VIEW" MENU