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Emergency Command Vehicle Communication System Construction Requirements


When emergencies occur during daily supervision and management work, emergency command vehicles equipped with emergency command and dispatch systems can quickly arrive at the scene. Using the on-board command and dispatch system, on-site personnel can use walkie-talkies, individual soldier terminals, and other devices for communication, and report the on-site handling situation to the leadership in real time. At the same time, on-site personnel can initiate emergency meetings through the terminals.


On-site workers can use wireless handheld terminals to communicate with the communication vehicle bidirectionally. When emergencies occur and the communication vehicle cannot reach the front-line scene, individual soldiers can be dispatched to carry individual soldier terminals to the scene. They can use cameras or drones to transmit the situation ahead to the command and communication vehicle. The communication vehicle can then transmit the on-site images to the emergency command center, allowing personnel in the rear to have a deeper understanding of the real-time on-site situation. The construction of the emergency command system mainly needs to meet the following requirements:


The emergency command system needs to have a comprehensive communication capability


The emergency command system needs to achieve integrated access to various communication terminals, such as landline telephones, IP telephones, video telephones, walkie-talkies, police information terminals, loudspeakers, mobile phones, individual soldier terminals, and shortwave radios. The commanding dispatch console should support the full-duplex communication and half-duplex intercom functions. It should realize the communication command and dispatch functions between the government emergency management center, other functional departments, emergency vehicles, and emergency rescue personnel at the scene of unexpected accidents.


The emergency command system needs to have a clear visual capability


The emergency command and dispatch system needs to fully utilize the existing or planned system resources. It needs to be able to interact with video surveillance systems, video conferencing systems, individual soldier systems, and other systems. It should be capable of browsing various video sources (including surveillance images, video monitoring points, mobile individual soldier images, dynamic communication, and positions) on the dispatch console, facilitating the smooth flow and sharing of video data information between the command center and various emergency entities. The system should also provide video image transcoding, mixing, distribution, and large-screen display functions. It should also provide a mobile broadband cluster client to realize the on-site information collection and communication command for emergency incidents, achieving remote collaborative command and unified scheduling of high-quality audio and video resources.


The emergency command system needs to have connectivity


The emergency command and dispatch system needs to integrate with other third-party systems, such as GIS systems, upper and lower-level emergency command platforms, and information reporting and publishing systems. It should obtain data information from various system databases to provide reference data information for command center dispatch personnel in command and decision-making, avoiding information islands, and realizing the sharing of various data information.


The emergency command system needs to have convenient conferencing methods


The emergency command and dispatch system needs to have convenient conferencing capabilities, including integrated video conferencing among various audio and video terminals such as visual phones, video conference terminals, surveillance images, landlines, and mobile phones. The conference room should be able to view various monitoring video sources (video monitoring points, mobile individual soldier images, dynamic communication, position visual phones, etc.) to facilitate centralized management and calling.


The emergency command system needs to have publishing capabilities


The emergency command and dispatch system should have powerful publishing capabilities. It should be able to publish voice, text, and video information through various multimedia terminals such as SMS, broadcasting, and television, efficiently disseminating notifications, important meetings, major issues, and emergency notices.


The emergency command system needs to be intelligent


The emergency command and dispatch system needs to have intelligent execution and dispatch capabilities. The system should be able to interact with third-party plan systems or provide simple plan execution functions. After receiving an alarm message, the analysis results of the plan should be displayed on the business operation console. By simply pressing a key on the dispatch console, the corresponding level of emergency plan can be activated, and the pre-set dispatch functions can be executed intelligently and respond to emergency incidents.

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