Safe City

Safe city

Local emergency management and public safety departments (such as fire departments, police, ambulance services, etc.) need to have precise knowledge of the situation on the ground, for example, to manage high-level dignitary visits.

Abandoned buildings and other structural vulnerabilities need to be labeled and assessed annually (or more frequently).

Security risks entail an increased focus on public safety events, necessitating a precise understanding of public space without extensive resources.

In rapidly changing urban environments, traditional job training poses a challenge.

High-resolution images can be used to extract information to assist with mission planning and security threat assessments.

Data and images can be integrated with 112 emergency systems and used locally.

This allows the police and medical services to intervene more quickly wherever necessary.

Fire services use it for pre-planning, so they can check if addresses are correct and accessible.