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Integrated Approach to Public Safety & Security - Industry Presentation: Srivats P Kamisetty, Director-Partner-Smart Cities, IBM

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Integrated Approach to Public Safety & Security - Industry Presentation: Srivats P Kamisetty, Director-Partner-Smart Cities, IBM

  1. 1. © 2012 IBM Corporation This report is solely for the use of Client personnel. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, or reproduced for distribution outside the Client organization without prior written approval from IBM. [Optional: This material was used by IBM during an oral presentation; it is not a complete record of the discussion.] Integrated Approach to Public Safety & Security – Srivats Kamisetty
  2. 2. © 2012 IBM Corporation 2 Terrorism Lone or multiple attackers Natural disasters Earthquakes, floods, landslides Crime Against property, people Health Biohazards, epidemics Event failure Riots, stampedes, looting System failure Infrastructure collapse EnvironmentalEnvironmental factorsfactors Human factorsHuman factors Collectors Office Bi-Directional Information Exchange Rescue Operators Video Feed GIS Maps Cyber Security Electric Tower Gas Pump Water Treatment Helicopter Rescue truck Police, Fire, NDRF Port, Navy, Coast Guard Rescue Workers District Officials Universities | Smarter Cities Challenge2 Social Media Hospital & Medical Facilities Predict Analyse Report React Public Safety Ecosystem spans several agencies across Horizontal and Vertical Layers of Government
  3. 3. © 2012 IBM Corporation 3 Lack of Co-ordination, real-time feedback, siloed databases are the key pain points in the Public Safety domain Scattered Information & Resources Lack of Situational Awareness Real-time feedback to law enforcement officers not possible High volume and complexity of information from multiple systems Missed Alerts & Intelligence Supplementary crime information is stored in silo databases Inaccurate, incomplete and redundant data and reports Inefficient departmental coordination Key Challenges in Public Safety
  4. 4. © 2012 IBM Corporation 4 The public safety landscape in city is complex and fragmented… Policing Justice Regional, national and international linkages Welfare Critical infrastructure Scattered information, difficult interoperability, many potential linkages Cyber Security Call centers Firefighting Emergency medical services Public health Transportation Buildings Borders Corrections Education
  5. 5. © 2012 IBM Corporation 5 …and the pieces must be put together for an effective response during any public safety incident.
  6. 6. © 2012 IBM Corporation 6 Actions  Extend landlines to all key stakeholders and land coverage  Maximize resiliency of mobile network • Utilise Mesh Network (emergency feature on mobiles) • Emergency Communication Van(s), Cells on Wheels (COWs)  Enable and expand usage of HAM radios and VHF to dedicated network  Leverage alternative channels for broadcast messaging including social media Benefits  Improved awareness  Lowered citizen distress  Faster emergency team response time  Streamlined systems and processes Infrastructure – Resilient Communications Use ex-service men for HAM radios and train students and others Mass Broadcasting Comprehensive Emergency Communications Implement a robust communication system
  7. 7. © 2012 IBM Corporation 7 Actions  Intelligent deployment of assets based on current inventory • Generate a dynamic inventory of transportation assets and availability • Leverage RFID, GPS and GIS for real-time matching of available assets to critical needs  Improve visibility of blockages • Leverage social media • Technology - real time video feeds, sensor info, drones, vehicles, etc. Benefits  Swift and accurate dispatch of emergency vehicles and drivers  Rapid distribution of supplies to citizens  Increased visibility of effective administration of disaster response  Faster time to normalcy  Reduced redundancy of effort Infrastructure – Resilient Transportation GIS Maps real-time Data Analytics ScenariosI2C2 Clear Roads & Deploy Assets Assets Improve transport dispatch and restoration time
  8. 8. © 2012 IBM Corporation 8 Actions  Decentralize sources of generation, collection and distribution  Harden existing utility infrastructure  Develop alternative power sources • Grid with redundancy • Waste power generation and fuel • Solar and Wind  Define and implement a smart grid approach Benefits  Improved stability of citizen access to utilities during emergencies  Rapid restoration of power to key stakeholders  Greater self-sufficiency  Lower economic impact on commercial entities Implement redundancy and instrumented utility grid Infrastructure Decentralised Alternative Smart Grid Infrastructure – Resilient Utilities
  9. 9. © 2012 IBM Corporation 9 Essentially, Smarter Public Safety is all about being instrumented, interconnected, and intelligent… INTELLIGENT All available information is analyzed and used to pro-actively mitigate threats from crime and emergencies through co-ordinated planning and response. INSTRUMENTED Advanced observation and information collection and sharing techniques are used to create a complete picture of a situation to all involved organisations. INTERCONNECTED Information, processes and assets are shared across agencies to enable advanced collaboration. All systems are connected to facilitate holistic threat management. SMARTER PUBLIC SAFETY ... getting the right information to the right service providers and people on time to respond to emergencies, for both crime prevention, and fighting crime, and for addressing threats of natural disasters.
  10. 10. © 2012 IBM Corporation 10 City Integrated Operations (Process Optimization, Predictive Analytics, Real-Time Analytics, Business Intelligence) Integrated Information (Data Acquisition, Data Management, Data Storage) Integrated Information (Data Acquisition, Data Management, Data Storage) Smarter Governance Smarter Transportation Smarter Health Smarter Public Safety Smarter engagement with citizens Smarter Infrastructure Development Public Health Works management Vehicle Tracking Safe City City Administration Smarter EducationSchools Intelligent Collaboration (Role Based Dashboards, KPI's, Visualization) The key to integrate across all operations & information sources using a “Smarter Platform”
  11. 11. © 2012 IBM Corporation 11 IBM Intelligent Command & Control Center Intelligent Operations Center leveraging IBM Intelligence Operations Center & IBM Intelligent Video Analytics….
  12. 12. © IBM Corporation 200912 IBM Global Government mark.cleverley@us.ibm.com Better and timelier information Better situational awareness Improved Public safety & Security
  13. 13. © 2012 IBM Corporation 13 Write to Us Srivats Kamisetty ksrivats@in.ibm.com

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