Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of BluePrint/SAFIRE


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03/29/16 02:05:23 (6 years ago)
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Nuwan Waidyanatha
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  • BluePrint/SAFIRE

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    2121== Introduction ==
    22 <Briefly describe the solution?>
    2322<What problem is this solution solving?>
    2423<How will this solution add value to Sahana?>
    2524<Name any similar existing solutions>
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    27 Sahana First Response (SaFiRe) is designed to support a Simple 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 engineers of a telecommunications service provider deployed to fix a backup power generator. A Police EOC would utilize for managing field-observation (burglary, accident, dispute) and casualty-illness reports (accident, murder). The Police response and resources to an incident varies upon the scenario. The other extreme is managing a crisis such as an earthquake with many casualties, damages, and losses.
     26=== Briefly ===
     27Sahana First Response (SaFiRe) is designed to support a Simple 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 engineers of a telecommunications service provider deployed to fix a backup power generator. A Police EOC would utilize 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 Incident Command and Control System (ICCS) platforms.
    2828
    29 Crisis mapping is an important feature of SAFIRE. It contributes to the common operating picture.
     29=== Solution ===
     30The SAFIRE Simple EOC offers a workflow from incident report inception through a cycle until the situation is contained. Important SAFIRE features:
     31* Crisis mapping contributes to the common operating picture and categorical representation of the reports
     32* Able to input and output reports in various formats (JSON, XML, PDF, XSL, SQL) and emergency data exchange standards (EDXL, HXL)
     33* Use a combination of voice and data input and output streams
     34*
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    3136=== Problem ===