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Command & Control Centers

Responding to increasing security threats requires addressing a number of critical challenges while maintaining and enhancing operational focus and maximizing the interoperability of different systems at a national level, Command & Control Centers are the topmost tier of the Homeland Security system where underlying facts are revealed and critical decisions are made. Data captured by different system sensors is transmitted over secure communication networks (Satellite, Wireless, Fiber, etc.) to Command & Control Centers where it is combined with spatial and static data, interpreted and analyzed using a unified Graphical User Interface (GUI), touch tables, etc. and results presented on live situational maps where “what if” scenarios and their relevant impacts are evaluated thus enabling informed decision making, mission planning, emergency responsiveness, information sharing, future and historic analysis and proactively controlling any critical situation, hence empowering informed decision making and boosting homeland security to new horizons