Changes between Version 108 and Version 109 of BluePrint/SAFIRE


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04/04/16 14:43:51 (6 years ago)
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Nuwan Waidyanatha
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    66=== Briefly ===
    7 [[Image(http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/raw-attachment/wiki/Deployments/SAMBRO/broker.JPG, align="left")]] Sahana First Response (SAFIRE) is designed to support a Simple All-Hazard '''Emergency Operation Center''' (EOC). An EOC could be as simple as a single terminal with a single user (e.g. a '''Dispatch''' Station) recording incident reports and dispatching an emergency service. The emergency service might be the maintenance engineering crew of a telecommunications service provider deployed to fix a backup power generator.
     7[[Image(http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/raw-attachment/wiki/Deployments/SAMBRO/broker.JPG, align="left")]] Sahana First Response (SAFIRE) is designed to support a Simple All-Hazard '''Emergency Operation Center''' (EOC). An EOC could be as simple as a single terminal with a single user (e.g. a call center) recording incident reports and dispatching an emergency service. The emergency service might be the maintenance engineering crew of a telecommunications service provider deployed to fix a backup power generator.
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    9 A Police EOC might utilize SAFIRE for managing field-observation (burglary, accident, dispute) and casualty-illness reports (accident, murder). The Police '''response and resources allocated''' to an incident varies upon the scenario. The other extreme is managing a crisis such as an earthquake with many '''casualties, damages, and losses'''. All these, whether big or small, require managing a series of activities and sharing information across multiple Agencies with their '''Incident Command and Control Systems''' (ICCSs).
     9A, larger, Police EOC might utilize SAFIRE for managing field-observation (burglary, accident, dispute) and casualty-illness reports (accident, murder). The Police '''response and resources allocated''' to an incident varies upon the scenario. The other extreme is managing a crisis such as an earthquake with many '''casualties, damages, and losses'''. All these, whether big or small, require managing a series of response actions (or inactions) and sharing information with a Multi-Agency Coordination System (MACS).
    1010=== Problem ===
    1111[wiki:BluePrint/SAFIRE#UserStories The problem that SAIFRE is solving is providing a simple crisis and emergency response management system.]