Safety and Security in Real-Time on a
Common Operational Picture
View Your World Differently
When situational awareness and location intelligence are the driving forces behind security, crowd flow and safety, Live Earth provides the geospatial technology to allow a variety of data feeds to be visualized on a single screen. This increases safety for teams, fans and staff, helps to mitigate risks, and reduces costs. Similar to our solutions in Smart & Connected Cities, the Live Earth platform provides all of this information for the venue itself and provides real-time data for the surrounding areas as well.
Live Earth Achieves NCS4 NSSL Lab Tested Designation - Representing Successful Completion of a Product Analysis Tool That Proves to be a Testament of Product Quality and Serviceability.
“We are looking forward to using this powerful technology as a teaching tool in our National Sport Security Laboratory (NSSL),” said Christopher Kinnan, Manager of the NSSL at NCS4. “It will teach the value of situational awareness to help ensure safety, security, and service at sports and entertainment events.”
Live Earth helps improve public safety and security by converging parking, traffic flow, street and city level message boards, field personnel, and more on a single visual pane.
Live Earth issues real-time alerts (via pop-up, email, and text) for pre-defined scenarios, like events that fall within predetermined criteria and that take place near your key locations or within facilities. The platform automatically triggers internal alarms and prioritizes external threats, greatly shortening your response times.
Faster Decision Making
Time is of the essence when it comes to critical information and making decisions. Live Earth enables users to access information faster with the ability to export still images, video clips, and fully interactive scenes that contain all relevant information to streamline the decision-making process.
Sara Bollock, the Director of Ballpark Operations at Citi Field works to ensure the safety and security of their fans who come together in a 41,000 seat facility for 80+ home games per year.
Bollock says she “appreciates the fact the Live Earth can create geofences and set alerts for activity in a specific area, track objects, measure distance and review past data in a larger context.”