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Disaster Management eGov Initiative (DM) Bill Kalin (Consultant) DM Program Management Office Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Demonstration: HazCollect - The All-Hazards Emergency Message Collection System International Association of Emergency Managers Phoenix, AZ November 15, 2005
2 Agenda Program Overview and Goals Disaster Management Vision Demonstration Overview Sharing Situational Awareness NWEM CAP Alert Display Operational View of CAP Usage Future Standards Agency/Program Deployments Contact Info
3 Program Overview and Goals Overview: DM is a Presidential e-Gov initiative for: –Providing a single source of access to information and services relating to disasters –Enhancing the nations ability to cope with all types of incidents through the ability to share information in emergencies Program Goals: –Provide the capability to seamlessly share incident information horizontally, vertically and across disparate systems and devices –Encourage a culture that promotes and adopts information sharing –Create a practitioner-driven, public private partnership to produce information exchange standards relating to incident management
4 Disaster Management Vision: A nation better prepared for all emergencies
5 Demonstration Overview A train derailment will cause a monitor to send information to generate a CAP message Rail car monitor will report the accident involving tanker cars Sensor network will generate CAP message and send to Maricopa County (Phoenix) Emergency Operations Center (EOC) EOC Manager will receive the CAP message from the sensor network EOC Manager will create and send a NWEM CAP message via the Disaster Management Interoperability Services (DMIS) backbone to the HazCollect system HazCollect will process the NWEM CAP message for dissemination via NOAA Weather Wire System and NOAA Weather Radio
6 Demonstration Overview Another HOT day here in Phoenix….. Excessive heat can cause railroad tracks to “kink.”
7 Demonstration Overview A train in downtown Phoenix derailed close to the Bank One Ballpark. Tanker car monitors transmit possible damage and chemical leak to a sensor network. The sensor network automatically sends a report converted to a CAP message to the Rail Company Emergency Operations Center. Sensor Network CAP Message Display
8 Sharing Situational Awareness The URL in the CAP provides access to critical information Rail Company Emergency Management Maricopa Emergency Management Center HazCollect Emergency Alert System NOAA Weather Radio
9 NWEM CAP Alert Display Sample screen shot of a NWEM CAP alert NWEM CAP alerts would be displayed in the native format to your software application or device Provides critical and actionable information
10 NWEM CAP Alert Display Detailed information in a NWEM CAP alert
11 CAP Operational Concept Standards allow this kind of communication between all these various systems and devices because they all adopt the standard Tribal/Local/State Emergency Managers HazCollect Emergency Alert System Emergency Operation Centers Alerting and Warning Systems Cellular/ Mobile Devices Mobile Network DMIS Backbone NOAA Weather Radio
12 Future Standards Distribution Element –Rule based routing and distribution –Single interface for routing different standards Resource Messaging –Request people, things or supplies HAVE – Hospital Availability Exchange –Information on hospital bed availability
13 Agency/Program Deployments Current Deployment: –United State Geological Survey (USGS) Auto-generates CAP alerts on any seismic activity over 5.0 Future Deployments: –NOAA HazCollect Uses to CAP to disseminate non-weather emergency alerts via NOAA Weather Radio and NOAA Weather Wire Systems –Capitol Area Wireless Integrated Network (CapWin) Exchange CAP alerts between law enforcement officials in the Washington, DC area –Northern Command (NorthCom) Facilitate military to civilian communications via CAP –National Capitol Region (NCR) – Washington, DC Create and share Common Situational Awareness across the region
14 Contact Information Chip Hines, PMP Program Manager 202-646-3115 email@example.com Bill Kalin 202-646-4347 firstname.lastname@example.org Web Sites: www.cmi-services.org https://interop.cmiservices.org www.oasis-open.org At IAEM: Disaster Management Booth #520 NOAA Booth Interoperability Platform
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