Crisis Response Headquarters

One of the biggest advantages of modern technology is the ability to integrate different systems into a single solution. Integration provides greater awareness, more comprehensive analysis, and faster and more appropriate measures and solutions, which in turn helps to achieve greater efficiency.

For efficient and timely responses to various disasters and accidents, provide opportunities for rapid monitoring of the status of the observed territory and excellent interaction between responsible officials, taking advantage of the capabilities of modern methods and technologies

Key Benefits:

• Crisis notification within the first minutes of occurrence
• Fast and accurate localization
• Automatic notification of responsible persons
• Real-time analysis
• Coordination of actions

For a timely and effective response, a basic premise is the rapid monitoring provided by modern technical solutions that perform automated surveillance of large areas from one location only. These technology systems allow a precise localization of the emerging disaster or crisis and the information gathered by the system provides an additional opportunity to analyze accurately the situation in real time and to create accurate simulations of development of the disaster - predicting the affected areas, hazards, as well as the relevant actions to be taken.

Also, important is the speed of calling the headquarters, using an integrated system that automatically notifies each of the respondents at the outset of the disaster / crisis.

For excellent interaction and coordination are separated and equipped operational areas for the work of rescue teams, at the crisis headquarters and institutions having responsibilities and powers in monitoring certain risks (fires, floods, pollution, etc.). They all communicate effectively through audio and video connections and are equipped with the necessary technical means to solve a wide range of tasks that would arise in emergency situations, which further improves interaction and coordination, accurately anticipating the areas affected, potential damage and hazards, as well as the relevant actions to be taken.