Summaries - Office of Research & Innovation
Back Situational Awareness: Persistent Tracking and Surveillance
|Division||Graduate School of Operational & Information Sciences|
Kimzey, Charles H.
Bordetsky, Alexander B.
|Sponsor||Department of Homeland Security (DHS)|
|Summary||In Monterey County, multiple public service agencies provide law enforcement, fire protection and emergency medical services to its citizens. Multiple fire, law and EMS agencies frequently respond and to assist each other during large incidents. Situational awareness (SA) is severely lacking between these different disciplines and even between agencies within the same disciplines, such as different fire or law enforcement agencies. The county must increase its SA and improve the safety and efficiency of its operations through the ability to know the location its own resources and those from other jurisdictions, at all times. Therefore, its leaders have has requested research and assistance in implementing solutions to several of its problems. One of the broad objectives is for all fire,, EMS, and law enforcement agencies to have real time SA of all resources, and for field resources to possess mobile data terminals and or automatic vehicle locators.|
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