In an increasingly developing society, the control room has been divided into control rooms of different scales and functions according to different industries such as public safety, rail transportation and airports. In the face of daily operation scheduling and emergencies, all departments need to respond quickly and make professional judgments. Therefore, the relevant personnel in the command room will have a comprehensive understanding of the on-site situation through the command and control system, scientifically mobilize various resources, maintain daily operations, and make sure emergency rescue work can be carried out in an orderly manner.
Control rooms spread all over the world, whether it is a small emergency call room or a large command room, they all use the command and control systems. The command and control systems can display locations, personnel distribution, CCTV cameras, and other resources on a single GIS map in real-time, and commanders can use the system to analyze field conditions and reasonably deploy personnel.
Using a variety of scheduling platforms, as well as a variety of applications such as positioning, video backhaul and face recognition, support the entire process of the main work scope in the field of public safety, from daily incident handling, major incident dispatching to major event and security.