GIS in National Security


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GIS in National Security

  1. 1. GIS in National Security Wojtek Gawecki Esri
  2. 2. Global Challenges and Issues Economic and Border and Port Financial Catastrophic Security Pressures Disasters Secured Health InformationPandemics Sharing Global Extremist Activities Warming and and Threats Technological Hazards and WMD Environmental Changes
  3. 3. The National Security Mission Challenges• Collect and manage data• Track and manage resources• Model, analyze and assess vulnerabilities• Develop integrated security, protection and mitigation plans• Collect field mobile data and provide updates and changes• Support prevention, response, interdiction and incident management• Establish and maintain shared situational awareness
  4. 4. National Spatial Data Infrastructure law disaster privatefire / rescue defense health enforcement management enterprise Common Geospatial Platform Data Planning & Field Situational Management Analysis Enablement Awareness
  5. 5. ArcGIS 10 — A Complete SystemEasierMore Powerfuland Everywhere Cloud Web • Data Management • Planning and Analysis Enterprise • Field Enablement • Situational Awareness Mobile Local Desktop
  6. 6. Data Management • Manage Disparate Sources • Transform and Fuse • Access Common RepositoryGeography from the start
  7. 7. Planning and Analysis Planning Geospatial Modeling• Model Behaviors• Identify Threats• Assess Risks• Validate Patterns Information into Intelligence
  8. 8. Field Enablement• Collect and Use Information Remotely• Coordinate and Prioritize Response• Optimize Operational Efficiency Improving work in remote environments
  9. 9. Situational Awareness • Disseminate Knowledge • Visualize Information • Improve Decision Making Silverlight 3-D Globe FlexJavaTurning Knowledge into Action
  10. 10. Common Operating Environmentinfrastructure vulnerability protection assessment disaster response and recovery threat incident assessment management
  11. 11. Building a Common Operating Environment Geospatial Modeling Situational Awareness Knowledge IntelligenceData Collection Collaboration Mobile Operations Planning
  12. 12. California Fires
  13. 13. Australia Wildfires– Damage and Casualties
  14. 14. Responding to health emergencies• Patient history• Call prediction• Coverage area• Reduce response• Monitor resources
  15. 15. Pandemic Monitoring and Preparedness • Disease Surveillance • Vulnerable Populations • Dispensing Points • Mass Casualties
  16. 16. Tactical Response
  17. 17. Port Security – Consequence Assessment
  18. 18. Immigration Issues• Population – Detention – Detention Demand Programs Management• Alternatives to Detention• Detainee Medical Care• Special Populations• Accountability Detention Capacity
  19. 19. Border Management Geographical Solutions• Blue Force Tracking• Sensor Integration• Apprehension Geocoding• Recidivist Analysis• Operation Waypoint
  20. 20. Threat Assessment
  21. 21. Natural Disasters
  22. 22. New Zealand Earthquake Social Media
  23. 23. Technologically Disasters• Where is the bad stuff?• Impact to Environment• Impact to Economy
  24. 24. Gulf Oil Spill – Supported All Aspects of the Incident
  25. 25. Defense Supporting National Security • Intelligence Collaboration - Corroboration • Unity of Command – Force Coordination • Shared Information – Understanding
  26. 26. Intelligence - Preparation of the BattlespaceCumulative Viewshed Helicopter Landing Zones Digital Topographic Support System (DTSS) Cross Country Mobility
  27. 27. Critical Infrastructure Data • Communication • Power and energy • Water and waste water • Highways and bridges • Strategic resources • Government buildings
  28. 28. Collaborative Command and Control• Resource tracking• Task management and planning• Decision making dash boards• Enhanced Situational Awareness
  29. 29. Fusion Core Solution Microsoft SharePointMicrosoftSQLServer SAR L.E. Reports Tips Web Observations + Fusion Core Workflow Partner Solutions
  30. 30. Fusion Core Solution Mobile Fusion Core Situational Solution Awareness Data Planning Management Fusion Center Analysis Work Flow
  31. 31. Fusion Core - Data ManagementFireReportsLaw ElectronicEnforcement Intercepts BorderReports Incident Reports Email Web Traffic ReportsObservations Sensor DataSuspicious Money Sensitive DataActivity TrackingReports Surveillance ClassifiedDrug Busts Phone Data Reports ImageryFinancialTransactions News Events Intelligence Reports Creating Actionable Intelligence
  32. 32. Strategic and Tactical Planning and Analysis• Model Behaviors• Discover Threats• Assess Risks• Validate Patterns Proximity Analysis
  33. 33. Situational Awareness• Fusing Static and Dynamic Data• Discover Trends• Disseminate Rapidly
  34. 34. Executive Dashboard
  35. 35. Summary• Four basic architecture components: Data Management, Planning and Analysis, Field Mobility, and Situational Awareness• Cooperation and information sharing can be borderless through the use of common operating environment• GIS helps create understanding by approaching problems geographically• Social Media should be leveraged by public safety agencies