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SALUS: The Crisis Hub

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HSAC's Crisis and Event Management Platform

What is GIS?

Geographic Information Systems, commonly known as GIS, is a mapping technology used to manage and analyze data. GIS is used to visualize information, such as patterns and relationships, that help crisis managers make informed decisions and gain a more complete situational awareness before, during and after a crisis.

Use SALUS to enhance readiness and resilience for your organization and the community you serve.

  • Analyze location-driven trends to ensure resources are aligned with objectives
  • Create electronic briefings using dynamic maps and data
  • Develop and map incident, emergency, and event plans
  • Generate a common operating picture, including analytics specifically tailored to your organization and leadership
  • Identify potentially impacted populations and nearby resources
  • See up-to-the-minute incident and event alerts provided by NC4
  • Share information from the field to the Command Post, the Emergency Operations Center and organization leadership
  • Quickly define threats and hazards and locate critical infrastructure
  • Utilize customized, mobile reports that are automatically mapped and analyzed
  • Visually represent real-time locations of staff and resources

 

SALUS Mapping Tool

SALUS Mapping Tool Example

SALUS Briefing Tool

SALUS Briefing Tool Example

 

SALUS Dashboard Tool

SALUS Dashboard Tool Example

SALUS Mobile Platform

SALUS Example

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