HSAC's Crisis & Event Management Platform
What is GIS?
Geographic Information Systems, commonly known as GIS, is a mapping technology used to manage and analyze data. GIS is used to visualize information, such as patterns and relationships, that help crisis managers make informed decisions and gain a more complete situational awareness before, during and after a crisis.
Use SALUS to enhance readiness and resilience for your organization and the community you serve.
- Develop and map incident, emergency and event plans
- Quickly define threats and hazards and locate critical infrastructure
- Identify potential, impacted populations and nearby resources
- Utilize customized, mobile reports that are automatically mapped and analyzed
- See up-to-the-minute incident and event alerts provided by NC4
- Visually represent real-time locations of staff and resources
- Crowd-source trends from social media
- Analyze location-driven trends to ensure resources are aligned with objectives
- Share information from the field to the Command Post, the Emergency Operations Center and organization leadership
- Generate a common operating picture, including analytics specifically tailored to your organization and leadership
- Create electronic briefings using dynamic maps and data.
A Platform of customizable, web-based tools and
fully integrated mobile apps
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