Company NGO RIC-Systems demonstrated the capabilities of hardware and software of its own design, intended to build systems-112, at the National Assembly management team Emergencies and civil defense Russia.
Collection opened by Premier Dmitry Medvedev, who noted in his speech the need for full and rapid deployment of systems-112 on the entire territory of Russia.
The event, under the exposure profile of the Institute Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations FGBU Institute of Civil Defense, the company RIC-Systems introduced its solution for building systems-112 in any subject of the Federation. Hardware and software system, developed by the company in accordance with the standards of the Emergencies Ministry, effectively solves the problem of unification into a single information space of the various emergency services and provides automation of key business processes, systems-112: reception, registration and call processing, recording and analysis of the events and facts , monitoring objects and processes, reporting, statistics, etc.
The complex includes a satellite monitoring subsystem designed to receive and process information, and the signals from the various sensors installed on monitored stationary and moving objects. The solution provides an interface system with 112-ERA-GLONASS and other navigation and information systems, including the management of mobile squads of emergency services.
Distinctive features of the complex are adapted to existing technologies as well as to promising new standards, scalability, user-friendly tools, intuitive user interface, providing a flexible adjustment.
"NGOs RIC-Systems — one of the few companies that has demonstrated its software and hardware solution for System-112 in the collection of the All-Russian Emergency Situations — says CEO Alexei Kozhemyako. — This is a rapidly deployable, while a full-featured system that provides 112-launching of the "key" without any additional material and time costs. The open architecture allows integration with any IT infrastructure, including the Situation Centre governor, and adapted to the specificity and functional needs of everyone in the region. "