360⁰ Situational Awareness.
Managing the risk of high-profile special events requires an in-depth awareness of the critical assets, people, related activities, and possible threats of the major special event.
Digital Sandbox‘s Special Events Risk Management solution provides users with a threat and risk monitoring capability that provides risk context; dynamic, risk-based prioritization of information; collection and transmission of field intelligence; and data routing and filtering. This solution connects command center analysts and operators, field commanders and first responders, public safety stakeholders, and private citizens to the special event through a risk management ecosystem, as it is unfolding. ►
Risk Context: Threat, Risk Analysis, and Monitoring Workstation ►
The Digital Sandbox platform creates a multi-view configuration of risk, providing analysts with three different views of the event’s risk information, as it is occurring. It creates an integrated, real-time risk picture incorporating the following data inputs:
◄ Field Intelligence Collection and Transmittal
Field commanders, first responders, and private citizens armed with the Mobile Indicator have the ability to capture details about an incident or suspicious activity and instantly transmit accurate, identifying data directly to the Digital Sandbox platform, where it is prioritized and incorporated into the total risk picture. In addition, all special event personnel in the field can monitor the special event environment from any location, using the Mobile Command app. This app provides users with the mapping and threat prioritization functions available to users at the command centers.
Tailored Situational Awareness ►
The Digital Sandbox platform takes in data feeds from multiple sources, and prioritizes the information based on customized key-word configurations and its patented risk analytics. Those feeds can be routed into tailored command channels that are unique for a specific individual commander or specific discipline. For example, an incident commander channel may show data that is relevant to his or her area of responsibility and locale, but not fire and rescue calls from nearby jurisdictions. With the ability to create multiple special-use channels, command staff members are presented with only the most relevant information to their particular job or geographic area of concern, enabling them to focus only on those issues that are most relevant and critical.