Reporting and Debriefing: A built-in reporting tool generatesmanual, automatic or scheduled reports. Using reports on thevarious aspects of a given incident, Nextiva PSIM providesvital intelligence about what transpired, how staff reacted,as well as other variables. Logging and auditing operators’actions lets organizations analyze what went right and what went wrong and make adjustments for improvement. Utilizing this information, Nextiva PSIM improves an organization’s preparedness for future incidents.
Enhanced Awareness and Response
Nextiva PSIM provides various view formats to enhance awareness and response times.A geographic map view allows operators focus on multiple locations in a geographic region simultaneously. For example,in case of natural disasters and calamities, operators in a C3can place all locations in a geographic region under watch.
A multi-site view allows operators to monitor incidents and status at multiple sites simultaneously, interact with different sites through chat, and take control and monitor the sites if necessary.Two and three dimensional maps for indoors and outdoors,along with the ability to use multiple layers to represent streets,locations and coverage areas of cameras and other sensors,as well the delineation of threat regions and damage zones allowed operators to track incidents and suspects, initiate and managed response, and report on potential escalations or spread of incidents on a real-time basis.In addition, industry standard workflows systemically ensure that operators respond to routine and emergency situations based onstandard policies and procedures.
Open and Scalable Architecture…
Nextiva PSIM’s scalable architecture allows multiple usersto view information – events, alerts, and video from multiplesites simultaneously.
In addition, Nextiva PSIM allows operators situated in different locations to collaborate and share information efficiently. Forexample, in a hierarchical command and control center structure, operators in National Management Centers, Regional C&C Centers, and various Local C&C and Response Centers cancommunicate and collaborate with each other in real-time.
An open SDK allows seamless integration and capture of information from a multitude of sensors and systems including access control, intrusion, CCTV, radar, border control, and HVAC systems as well as leveraging of GIS, various modes of communication systems, and multiple public and private organizational databases.