Geographic location is vital for public safety and emergency services. Law enforcement and emergency management agencies are turning more and more to GIS as an essential technology for improved preparedness, incident response, and communication. First responders, including police, fire and medical personnel are required to manage a vast array of situations that produce large amounts of information from disparate sources.
By integrating real time devices including CCTV's, GPS/GPRS devices and other sensors in a geo-enabled environment, agencies can enhance situational intelligence and ability to respond in shortest time, saving lives and property.
Connect with us to know how we can assist you in geo-enabling your organization for :
- Study, assessment and gap analysis of existing systems and processes
- Planning, design and development of command control and incident response systems
- Preparation of detailed project report (DPR)
- Preparation of bid (RFP/RFQ) documents