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Incident
Response

During times of crisis, organizations need access to modern tools to best serve their communities of interest. However, many lack the technology needed to fully capture and leverage the vast amount of data about a potential or ongoing incident.

 

Geosite is designed to shorten the time between when a potential crisis is detected to when resources are deployed to help those in need. This is achieved by better leveraging the extraordinary amount of data produced around every disaster, but that is often underutilized because it is not made actionable.

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Application Features:

  • Data fusion and ingestion of distress alerts and natural hazard information such as wildfires, flood zones, hurricane paths, and fault lines

  • Collaboration tools to improve crisis response

  • Interactive maps to delineate and measure search areas or hazard zones

  • In-platform alerts and notifications

  • Environment agnostic: cloud, hybrid, and on-premise deployments available

  • Role-based administrative permissions

  • Accessible from any web-browser

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Key Partnership: AFRCC

The Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC) is using Geosite’s Beacon to modernize Search and Rescue (SAR) operations. With Beacon, SAR controllers can quickly ingest, assign, review, and coordinate a SAR incident from any location, reducing triage times to a matter of minutes in the critical early moments of emergencies.

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Incident Response Coordination

By fusing relevant data and tools in a single platform, disaster planners and responders will have all the information they need to act quickly when it matters most.

Prepare for and coordinate incident response efforts from start to finish

Achieved by leveraging the extraordinary amount of data produced around every disaster, but is often underutilized because it is not made actionable for responders.