Disaster Response

DISASTER RESPONSE

During a natural disaster, time-to-response is critical. Leaders need to gather available data, verify vulnerable areas with reconnaissance assets, and then quickly deploy response elements to secure infrastructure and save lives.

<strong>SEARCH</strong>
Monitor the storm through imagery analysis and live reporting to search out areas most in need of assistance.
RemoteView™

Anticipate the areas that were hit hardest during a storm.  Visualize areas of vulnerability using change detection imagery analysis tools in RemoteView.

Feature Analyst™
Quickly extract and analyze features from geospatial imagery
Multi-spectral Analysis
Visualize change instantly with multi-spectral coastline analysis
3D Pro
Identify infrastructure vulnerability & damage with 3-D Pro
IMPACT™

Collect, link and analyze reporting in order to visualize locations requiring immediate assistance. IMPACT allows analysts to fuse multiple sources for the most complete view of a crisis area.

Architecture
Open framework reflects a standards-based network solution
Output
Present data through maps, charts, timewheels, timelines & association matrices
Training
Receive professional training that boosts productivity within days
<strong>VERIFY</strong>
Prior to sending in emergency response teams, verify the accessibility status of coastlines, waterways, roads and bridges in order to coordinate a land-, air- or sea-based response.
Aerosonde™

As emergency crews prepare to respond, dynamically task the Aerosonde to first verify affected areas and locate individuals in duress.

Endurance
14+ hours
Payload
20 pounds
9.1 kilograms
Range
75 nautical miles
140 kilometers
<strong>RESPOND</strong>
Once leaders are able to prioritize search areas and verify physical access they can deploy lifesaving assets to deliver critical resources and rescue workers.
OSRVT™

In order to keep first responders situationally aware, full-motion video from reconnaissance aircraft can feed to manned response vehicles, such as a MEDEVAC helicopter or a LCAC marine craft, via OSRVT.

Configuration
Ruggedized Tablet
Architecture
Interchangeable hardware elements & customizable software
Systems
Portable hardware and software system
LCAC

The LCAC is truly a multi-mission craft, serving valiantly during civil emergencies. Its extensive cargo capacity enables delivery of lifesaving supplies and equipment to otherwise inaccessible areas. The LCAC can also serve as a MEDEVAC to ensure rapid response, regardless of the terrain.

Speed
50 knots (Sea State 2)
Payload
120,000 pounds
Radar
25 Kw surface search radar