Users

COBRA EMSS

Typical User Profiles

  • Local, regional (province, county, state, ...) and national Emergency Management Authoritorties
  • to perform local risk / hazard assessment
  • to develop pre-incident scenarios
  • to manage response assets
  • to co-ordinate intra- and inter-agency emergency response
  • to collaborate between technical, operational, tactical and strategic level
  • to facilitate crisis communications

 

 

  • Utility companies (electricity, gas, potable water, sewage)
  • to perform vulnerability assessment
  • to manage service interruptions (e.g. electricity black-out)
  • to monitor and manage systems interactions
  • to supervise and task response teams
  • to analyse damage assessments
  • to co-ordinate and share information with the authorities

 

 

  • Operators of transport facilities (airport and maritime ports, road infrastructure, railways, waterways, ...)
  • to map infrastructure
  • to establish real time links with various sensor systems
  • to allow use of dynamic digital Emergency plans
  • to allow collaboration between a large number of stakeholders
  • to report in accordance with regulatory requirements (ICAO, IMO, ...)
  • to visualise consequences of Emergency situations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • High Visibility Event Organisers (music festivals, sporting events, conferences, ...)
  • to perform risk / hazard assessment
  • to design evacation routes and the on-scene deployment of emergency services.
  • to get real time feeds from various feeds (CCTV, audio meters, meteo, ...).
  • to facilitate communication with staff in the field via mobile devices.
  • to cacluate effects in case of CBRNE threats
  • to share information in real time with responding emergency services

 

 

  • National and International Organisations involved in Transboundary Relief Operations
  • to pre-plan missions from geographical and resource commitment point of view.
  • to develop, validate and share operational plans & procedures
  • to use e-docs an report through pre-formatted SITREP's and forms.
  • to manage international teams and resources
  • to enable geographically dispersed development and sharing of dammage assessments.
  • to facilitate communication with head offices and crisis communication teams.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Military Units operating in CIMIC Operations
  • to use the security features to store information compliant with rules.
  • to "translate" military concepts into civilian practices (e.g. map symbology).
  • to establish a 'need to know' sharing port to civilian authorities.
  • to import data from civilian authorities based on open standards
  • to manage deployed assets.
  • to calculate disperson & effects of CBRNE releases.

 

 

  • Military and Law Enforcement Agencies for Security Management
  • to visualise threats and deployments
  • to enable real time data capture from sensors (e.g. chem/rad detectors).
  • to facilitate tactical planning through unified cartography
  • to allow selective 'need to know' sharing of data to non-military/law enforcement
  • to analyse EOD threats
  • to create and manage field reports

 

 

  • Operators of Critical Infrastructure (communications, nuclear facilities, sensitive Industrial installations, ...)
  • to display and analyse threats to infrastructure in pre-planning
  • to integrate sensors with processes & procedures
  • to allow selective access to digital dynamic emergency plans
  • to share information over a secure platform
  • to collaborate with remote experts
  • to analyse possible effects of CBRNE threats

 

 

  • Specific High Risk Industries (oil & gas, chemistry, biotech, pharmaceuticals, ...)
  • to map infrastructure en operational info in easily accessible cartography
  • to pre-plan for accidental releases of hazardous materials
  • to create and use e-doc reporting tools
  • to allow real time collaboration with responding public emergency services.
  • to share information with head office
  • to facilitate information validation for crisis communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Academic Institutions with responsiblities for Large Groups
  • to map infrastructure
  • to communicate with staff at dispersed locations
  • to build emergency plans, procedures, forms through collaborative work techniques
  • to analyse and visualise effects of CBRNE threats
  • to streamline reporting (casualties, damage, ...)
  • to allow real time co-ordination with public sector emergency management teams

 

 

Deployment Modes of COBRA

  • Accessing COBRA in Software as a Service (SaaS) mode through secure internet based access to redundant DGI servers.

 

  • Accessing COBRA in Client-server mode through secure intranet based access on your own server(s).

 

  • Accessing COBRA as a standalone desktop/laptop software package, syncrhonising with the web-based versions.

 

  • Accessing COBRA over android drive mobile devices (tablet, smartphone).

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