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Map Middle East 2007
Map Middle East 2007
Improving Security & Incident Management
Improving Security & Incident Management
Using Geospatial Technology
Using Geospatial Technology
Rasheed D. Shakhsheer
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Technical Papers

Strategy for Integration

EOCs Decision Support Systems Requirements

National Infrastructure Security

Technology Driven Security

EOC Technology Insights
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Homeland Security Requirements
Decision makers need security solutions that integrate:

Situational
information

GIS or location data

Detection, analysis,
and reporting tools

Secure, reliable
communications

Defined policies and
procedures

Emergency
response and daily
operations
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Requirements

Integrated Physical Security

Global view of multiple sensor systems

Two-way interface to physical security systems

Detect, Assess and Respond

Security alarms identified as incidents

Visual assessment to identify cause (CCTV)

Data Fusion (
Intrusion Detection, Access Control, CCTV, Radar)

Situation Display (graphical integration of threat, response forces, assets,
infrastructure into common operating picture)

Dispatch appropriate response personal/resources

Event Management (pre-planned response templates / SOP)

Automatic coordination (multi-agency) & escalation to higher executive levels

High reliability and high availability

Redundant architecture; 99.999% reliability

Distributed architecture for disaster and recovery with no data loss
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Security Technology Capabilities Include:

Incident management software

Geospatial Integrated Electronics Security Systems & video analysis software

Integration services
Potential Incidents
Natural
Disaster
Fire
Domestic
Crime
Medical
Emergency
Access
Control
Terrorist
Attack
Chemical &
Bio Attacks
Military
Bases
Transportation
Infrastructure
Significant
Events
National
Borders
Utilities &
Energy
Infrastructure
Government
Infrastructure
Populations
Assets Protected
Incident Management Software
Geospatial IESS & Video Analysis
Integration Services

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Geospatial Differentiation
Incident
Management
Integration
Analytics
Spatial Awareness
ANALYSIS
CAPTURE
PRESENTATION
SHARING
DATA
Common Operational Picture
Decision Making


Detect & Anticipate


Protect & Defend


Respond & Recover
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Role of Geospatial Technology

IESSS / Sensor Correlation & Fusion

Common Operating Picture

Geospatial Analysis & Situation Assessment

Location Determination / Verification / ANI / ALI

Event Administration (Duplicate, Nearby, Multiple, ETA, Transfer)

Response Resource Identification & Mobilization

AVL / EMS / MDT

Plan/ Assignment / Recommendations

Communication & Coordination

Passive sensors are “dumb”.

Active sensors are GPS-enabled and convey geospatially-reference for
collected sensor data enabling sensor mobility.
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Sensor Fusion
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Interoperability
OPERATOR
Telephone
Data
Radio
System
Data
Mapping Data
Telephone,
radio, voice
recorder
controls
Audio
KB/MOUSE
Personnel
&
Unit Data
C
M
Sensor
Data
DATABASE
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Active & Smart Sensors

Inter-Sensor Coordination (Sense what I Sense ?)

Inter-Sensor Communication

Minimize power

Minimize bandwidth

SensorNet Development @ Fort Bragg

CBRNE Sensor Integration (Chemical, Biological, Radiological,
Nuclear, Explosive)

Development of Communication, Alerting / Observation
Standards

Passive sensors are “dumb”.

Active sensors are GPS-enabled and convey geospatially-
reference for collected sensor data enabling sensor mobility.
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Sensor Correlation with Geospatial Tripwires
TRACK
ALERT
RESPOND
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Decision Support Systems
Detection
Alarms
(Access Control,
Intrusion , Fire)
Intelligent Video
Sensors

(including RFID)
Telephone
Radios
Mobile Data Terminals
Automatic Vehicle
Locators
First Response
Integration
CAD/DSS
Intergraph
Integrated C2
Emergency
Communication Center
EOC : Emergency
Operations Center
SOPs
Crisis Managment
Consequence Managment.
PLUME/Blast Modeling
Training/Planning/Prepare
Local
Regional
State
DHS
Fire
Police
EMS
Public Works
Security Forces
Operations
Radios &
Mobile Data
Terminals
Multi-Agencies
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GIS-Driven Two-Way Sensors

Lockdowns & Evacuations

Power Ups & Downs
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IESSD/Sensor (Geospatial Correlation)
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Computer Vision / Object Recognition


Package Left Behind”

Rule-Based Detection / Alert

Size, Speed, Proximity, Time
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Cordon Analysis
Incident Commander (Incident Assessment)
Cordon Area

Hot Zone
Road Blocks

Build Cordon:


Location


Distance - lookup


Impacts
Response Support
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Incident Commander decides what data to push to dispatcher
Push Graphic Data to Dispatcher
Events
Resources
Monitoring
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Visualization
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Geospatial Context Benefits

Increases watch-stander detection efficiency via technology-driven alerts &
queuing.

Improves watch-stander assessment capability– fewer false positives using
sensor geospatial correlation.

Provides response operator global control over sensors & switches using
geospatial operators.

Provides situation analysts with intelligent organization and display of data
within a a geospatial context and tools to geospatially analyze situation and
response needs.

Provides location & disposition of response assets and materiel.

Provides common operating picture to facilitate intra- and inter-agency
communication and coordination.