Security Resources has opened a Philippines office in Quezon City. Security Resources is introducing the latest cutting edge integration technology to Government agencies and leading corporations throughout the Philippines. Our primary focus is to integrate the various standalone security and disaster prevention and recovery systems into a secure networked integrated system that will allow authorized users to access information from anywhere throughout the country.
The Integrated Emergency Management System (IEMS) will aid the Philippine Government in their overall surveillance and intelligence gathering efforts. In addition to the security benefits of the system the IEMS is an invaluable tool to provide early detection of natural disasters and aid in the response efforts to mitigate the loss of life and property. The system combines data sources such as GIS data and radar with mechanical sensors and Closed Circuit Television with Video analytic capabilities into an advanced processing platform. The integrated system will continuously evaluate the data and determine the level of threat and alert users to potential catastrophic activity. When the system determines a natural disaster will strike it will determine the area of impact and alert first responders to inundation areas for evacuation.
Our system not only alerts users it serves as a tool to respond to disasters. The system integrates live closed circuit television video into the map based viewing platform. These cameras can be utilized to monitor the disaster area and help direct first responders to the area. The system also integrates GPS data to let the user know where the first responders are throughout the process and mass notification capabilities to provide the users with the ability to communicate with people in the affected area.
L29 Joy Nostalg Centre
17 ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center
Pasig City, Manila, 1600 Philippines
Office: +632 689 7103
Fax: +632 689 7101
Discussed Application of Integrated Emergency Management System with Manila Mayor and former President Joseph “Erap” Ejército Estrada
Reviewed Integrated Emergency Management System with Philippine Senator Joseph Victor “JV” Ejercito