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2016GEOHuntsville Update

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Great Text about
the subject....
Develop the Playbook...

A Blueprint for Safety

First Person 0n Scene: Law Enforcement
Primary Tasks:

Quickly identify areas of major damage

Establish perimeters (AOIs) of damage areas
Areas of Interest , perimeters and other features can be scribed from radio communications back at the OPS center, if needed. Or they can easily be captured by the on-scene officer.
First Person 0n Scene: Law Enforcement
Primary Tasks:

Identify roads that are impassable
Areas of Interest , perimeters and other features can be scribed from radio communications back at the OPS center, if needed. Or they can easily be captured by the on-scene officer.
First Person 0n Scene: Law Enforcement
Primary Tasks:
Quickly identify areas of major damage

Identify roads that are impassable

Establish perimeters of damage areas

Establish need for controlled access

Establish Ingress/Egress routes for emergency vehicles
Tactical Actions Reported to Incident Command in Real Time
Identify Roads that are Impassable
First Person 0n Scene: Law Enforcement


Primary Tasks:

Establish need for controlled access (checkpoints)

Establish Ingress/Egress routes for emergency vehicles
Areas of Interest , perimeters and other features can be scribed from radio communications back at the OPS center, if needed. Or they can easily be captured by the on-scene officer.
Identify Roads that are Impassable
First Person 0n Scene: Law Enforcement
Primary Tasks:

Identify roads that are impassable

Establish need for controlled access (checkpoints)

Establish Ingress/Egress routes for emergency vehicles
Areas of Interest , perimeters and other features can be scribed from radio communications back at the OPS center, if needed. Or they can easily be captured by the on-scene officer.
Identify Roads that are Impassable
Search And Rescue: House to House Search
Primary Tasks:

Set up Area Operations
Determine size of impacted area and resources needed

Confirm and refine AOIs set by LEA

Adjust/add boundaries as needed
Tactical Actions Reported to Incident Command in Real Time
EMS Dispatched to Area:
Primary Tasks:

Monitors AOIs of LEA and SAR

Monitors Location and Status of Resources

Evaluates Priority Areas to determine resource needs

Evaluates Ingress/Egress routes (turn-arounds etc)

Reviews and Monitors High Probability Sites

Monitors Patient Count in Triage Areas
Tactical Actions Reported to Incident Command in Real Time
Request for Information (RFI)
Primary Tasks:
Quickly identify areas of major damage

Identify roads that are impassable

Establish perimeters of damage areas

Establish need for controlled access

Establish Ingress/Egress routes for emergency vehicles
Tactical Actions Reported to Incident Command in Real Time
Search and Rescue: House to House Search
Primary Tasks:

Establish SAR AOIs within Impacted Area

Divide into work cells as needed

Assign work cells from resources available
Resources can be chosen from a pre-determined pick list of qualified, available personnel. Personnel are notified by the system that they have a task. They can accept or decline based on availability.
Search and Rescue: House to House Search
Primary Tasks:

Monitor locations of vehicles and resources with AOIs

Evaluate and refine established Ingress/Egress routes as needed
Resources can be chosen from a pre-determined pick list of qualified, available personnel. Personnel are notified by the system that they have a task. They can accept or decline based on availability.
Search and Rescue: House to House Search
Primary Tasks:

Establish other logistics as needed:
triage areas
staging areas
landing zones
parking
other limited and restricted access
EMS Dispatched to Scene
Primary Tasks:

Monitors AOIs of LEA and SAR

Monitors Location and Status of Resources

Evaluates Priority Areas to determine Resource Needs
Resources can be chosen from a pre-determined pick list of qualified, available personnel. Personnel are notified by the system that they have a task. They can accept or decline based on availability.
EMS Dispatched to Scene
Primary Tasks:

Evaluates Ingress/Egress Routes (turn arounds etc) and suggests better routes as needed

Reviews and Monitors High Probability Locations
Resources can be chosen from a pre-determined pick list of qualified, available personnel. Personnel are notified by the system that they have a task. They can accept or decline based on availability.
EMS Dispatched to Scene
Primary Tasks:

Monitors Status of High Risk Facility Search in Progress

Monitors Patient Count and Status of Triage Areas
Resources can be chosen from a pre-determined pick list of qualified, available personnel. Personnel are notified by the system that they have a task. They can accept or decline based on availability.
Establish Ingress/Egress Routing for Responder Vehicles
Search and Rescue: House to House Search
Primary Tasks:

Identify High Probability and High Risk Facility locations

Monitor field data collection and location of SAR efforts
Resources can be chosen from a pre-determined pick list of qualified, available personnel. Personnel are notified by the system that they have a task. They can accept or decline based on availability.
Response Spectrum Workflow
Tasks/Jobs Needed:
Law Enforcement
Search and Rescue
Utilities/Infrastructure
Emergency Medical Services
Emergency Management
Civil Air Patrol
Logistics/Staging
Event
Happens
Cyber

Energy
The Concept of "EXEMPLAR C1T Y"
E X E M P L A R C I T I E S
SAFE
SECURE
SUSTAINABLE
ENERGY HSV
Geo HSV
CYBER HSV
GEOINT
LOCAL GOVT/
PUBLIC AGENCY
EDUCATION
SMALL BUSINESS
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
RESPONDER
Created to specifically address the increasing demand for professionals and technologies in the Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) field
Working
Groups
Are
3
of Mayor Battle's
Economic and Workforce Development
Initiatives
Include...
Leading the Nation...
Serves as a user group for GIS professional employed in local government, utilities, education, or any other public agency in the North Alabama region
Promotes geospatial education and fosters the development of a geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) curriculum among area universities and community colleges
This group's main goal is to increase the value and participation of small businesses and startups focused in geospatial technologies in the North Alabama economy
A group of practitioners and technologists working together in a collaborative environment to identify challenges and gaps in technology and develop solutions needed to perform public safety tasks.
A Non-Profit Organization
Shared Knowledge, Best Practices & Lessons Learned

Collaborative Ventures between
Local Agencies
Private Entities
Non-profits
Collaborative Forum for Cities Across the Nation
Exemplar City Provides...
Image Credit: Agile101.net
Exemplar City is an Economic Development Engine
Industry
Academia
Government
Research
New procurement strategies
Public-Private Partnerships
Immersive Training & Certification
Co-Creative Research and Policy Development
Investment
Collaboration
®
Current Pilot Program
BLUEPRINT for SAFETY
To appropriately share Actionable Information across Multiple Jurisdictions and Multiple Agencies to Support Decision Making
Planning and
Risk Assessment
Exercise Goal:
Workflow design
to automate data capture,
input and visualization
GEO Services
Huntsville/Madison County GIS data
National level service-enabled data
National Weather Service - Forecasting Office
Protection Plans, Facility Plans, Campus Security Plans
Sensor Web Enable (SWE), Sensor Networks, SensorHub
GEOEvents
- On-demand, Single Point of Entry for Shared Situational Awareness
GeoQ
-Near real time responder tracking, status (proximity to hazards), reporting & damage assessment
Civil Air Patrol: After incident aerial imagery/ground imagery for damage assessment
Mutual Aid and County Wide Communications
Ongoing Information Sharing Dialog with National Guard
Pilot Elements: Information Sharing
Building City Resilience Against a Variety of Impacts
We are Using a
"Start Where We Stand" Approach. . .
New THREATS Demand
New APPROACHES
ALL Disasters are LOCAL
Lack of Collaboration between
LOCAL
STATE
FEDERAL agencies
TIME = LIVES
Creates
Lag Times in Response
Put Technology, Tradecraft and Information in Local Hands
To Build The City's Resilience Against a
Variety of Impacts
Developing Capabilities and Readiness Assessment Tools for Communities
CURRENT ACTIVITIES
TechVet Forums
If technology shows promise for easy integration, the tech team works with the TechVet partner to integrate it into the project.

Next comes a series of testing and integration processes and demonstrations. Once integrated, initial workflow is established

Functional exercises with the appropriate public safety agency further integrates, tests, and refines the planned workflow.

At successful integration the TechVet technology becomes part of the use case documentation of the pilot project and is promoted through outreach efforts of GEOHuntsville, Blueprint for Safety and Exemplar City.
®
TechVet Forums
Candidates present new and innovative technologies related to a predetermined set of requirements within the context of a project or need. Presentation limited to 12 minutes

Stakeholders complete tailored feedback packages for each technology presented.

Project technical team reviews and rates the feedback forms for suitability and ease of integration
TM
Data collection tool for crews in the field during an event
GeoQ provides real time, relevant information to and from responders reporting geographic locations, status, well-being and tactical actions of personnel and resources to incident command.
Common Workflows
Common Data
Common Tools
Common Methods
Stressing Current and Co-developing New Policies for Information Sharing
Exploring New Methods for Vertical Information and Intelligence Sharing
Developing a more Efficient Acquisition Strategy Through TechVet
Advancing Situational Awareness through integration of Internet of Things
Developing a Baseline of Essential Elements of Information
Our successes are becoming an examples for
many localities around the nation...
This is the founding principle for a new concept called "Exemplar City"®
Streamline Acquisition Through..
ALL Disasters are LOCAL
Lack of Collaboration between
LOCAL
STATE
FEDERAL agencies
TIME = LIVES
Creates
Lag Times in Response
Put Technology, Tradecraft and Information in Local Hands
Developing Capabilities and Readiness Assessment Tools for Communities
CURRENT ACTIVITIES
What Can We Share and When should we Share It?
What Capabilities and Skills are needed?
How do we Transfer our Technical Knowledge to Those Who Need it Most?
PreDetermine and Prepare Essential Data that Will Be Needed
See It --- Test It --- Use It --- Share what you know
Common Workflows
Common Data
Common Tools
Common Methods
Stressing Current and Co-developing New Policies for Information Sharing
Exploring New Methods for Vertical Information and Intelligence Sharing
Developing a more Efficient Acquisition Strategy Through TechVet
Advancing the Tradecraft through Exchange of Technical Knowledge
Developing a Baseline of Essential Elements of Information
TechVet

Creating Common Toolsets...
ALL Disasters are LOCAL
Lack of Collaboration between
LOCAL
STATE
FEDERAL agencies
TIME = LIVES
Creates
Lag Times in Response
Put Technology, Tradecraft and Information in Local Hands
Developing Capabilities and Readiness Assessment Tools for Communities
CURRENT ACTIVITIES
What Can We Share and When should we Share It?
What Capabilities and Skills are needed?
How do we Transfer our Technical Knowledge to Those Who Need it Most?
PreDetermine and Prepare Essential Data that Will Be Needed
See It --- Test It --- Use It --- Share what you know
Common Workflows
Common Data
Common Tools
Common Methods
Stressing Current and Co-developing New Policies for Information Sharing
Exploring New Methods for Vertical Information and Intelligence Sharing
Developing a more Efficient Acquisition Strategy Through TechVet
Advancing the Tradecraft through Exchange of Technical Knowledge
Developing a Baseline of Essential Elements of Information
Aligning Workflows
Sharing Information to...
ALL Disasters are LOCAL
Lack of Collaboration between
LOCAL
STATE
FEDERAL agencies
TIME = LIVES
Creates
Lag Times in Response
Put Technology, Tradecraft and Information in Local Hands
Developing Capabilities and Readiness Assessment Tools for Communities
CURRENT ACTIVITIES
What Can We Share and When should we Share It?
What Capabilities and Skills are needed?
How do we Transfer our Technical Knowledge to Those Who Need it Most?
PreDetermine and Prepare Essential Data that Will Be Needed
See It --- Test It --- Use It --- Share what you know
Common Workflows
Common Data
Common Tools
Common Methods
Stressing Current and Co-developing New Policies for Information Sharing
Exploring New Methods for Vertical Information and Intelligence Sharing
Developing a more Efficient Acquisition Strategy Through TechVet
Advancing the Tradecraft through Exchange of Technical Knowledge
Developing a Baseline of Essential Elements of Information
Reduce Lag Time
Advanced Situational Awareness using...
ALL Disasters are LOCAL
Lack of Collaboration between
LOCAL
STATE
FEDERAL agencies
TIME = LIVES
Creates
Lag Times in Response
Put Technology, Tradecraft and Information in Local Hands
Developing Capabilities and Readiness Assessment Tools for Communities
CURRENT ACTIVITIES
What Can We Share and When should we Share It?
What Capabilities and Skills are needed?
How do we Transfer our Technical Knowledge to Those Who Need it Most?
PreDetermine and Prepare Essential Data that Will Be Needed
See It --- Test It --- Use It --- Share what you know
Common Workflows
Common Data
Common Tools
Common Methods
Stressing Current and Co-developing New Policies for Information Sharing
Exploring New Methods for Vertical Information and Intelligence Sharing
Developing a more Efficient Acquisition Strategy Through TechVet
Advancing the Tradecraft through Exchange of Technical Knowledge
Developing a Baseline of Essential Elements of Information
Internet of Things
Allows public safety stakeholder agencies to quickly understand, integrate and procure new technologies
Readiness --
Striving to Prepare ...
What Can We Share and When should we Share It?
How do we provide critical information to Those Who Need it Most?
What Capabilities and Skills are needed?
See It --- Test It --- Use It --- Share what you know
PreDetermine and Prepare Essential Data that Will Be Needed
Why Huntsville..?
ALL Disasters are LOCAL
Lack of Collaboration between
LOCAL
STATE
FEDERAL agencies
TIME = LIVES
Creates
Lag Times in Response
Put Technology, Tradecraft and Information in Local Hands
Developing Capabilities and Readiness Assessment Tools for Communities
CURRENT ACTIVITIES
What Can We Share and When should we Share It?
What Capabilities and Skills are needed?
How do we Transfer our Technical Knowledge to Those Who Need it Most?
PreDetermine and Prepare Essential Data that Will Be Needed
See It --- Test It --- Use It --- Share what you know
Common Workflows
Common Data
Common Tools
Common Methods
Stressing Current and Co-developing New Policies for Information Sharing
Exploring New Methods for Vertical Information and Intelligence Sharing
Developing a more Efficient Acquisition Strategy Through TechVet
Advancing the Tradecraft through Exchange of Technical Knowledge
Developing a Baseline of Essential Elements of Information

Our Strengths

Why Huntsville..?
ALL Disasters are LOCAL
Lack of Collaboration between
LOCAL
STATE
FEDERAL agencies
TIME = LIVES
Creates
Lag Times in Response
Put Technology, Tradecraft and Information in Local Hands
Developing Capabilities and Readiness Assessment Tools for Communities
CURRENT ACTIVITIES
What Can We Share and When should we Share It?
What Capabilities and Skills are needed?
How do we Transfer our Technical Knowledge to Those Who Need it Most?
PreDetermine and Prepare Essential Data that Will Be Needed
See It --- Test It --- Use It --- Share what you know
Common Workflows
Common Data
Common Tools
Common Methods
Stressing Current and Co-developing New Policies for Information Sharing
Exploring New Methods for Vertical Information and Intelligence Sharing
Developing a more Efficient Acquisition Strategy Through TechVet
Advancing the Tradecraft through Exchange of Technical Knowledge
Developing a Baseline of Essential Elements of Information
Our Strengths
Legacy In Geospatial Technology
Strong Intellectual Capital
Long History of Public Safety Testing and Experimentation
Planning
Public Information and Warning
Operational Coordination
Intelligence and Information Sharing
Community Resilience
Long-term Vulnerability Reduction
Mass Search and Rescue Operations
On-scene Security and Protection
Operational Communications
Public and Private Services and Resources
Situational Assessment
Economic Recovery
Blueprint For Safety aims to ultimately address all 31 of the Core Capability identified in the National Preparedness Goal
Our current use cases addresses of the Core Capabilities as follows:
12
"Left of the Boom"
Recovery
Response --
Streamline Acquisition Processes

Strengthen the relationship between Huntsville and NGA
Grow relationship with NGA, DHS/FEMA and GEO Huntsville to promote and support development of GeoQ and GeoEvents
Scale GeoQ and GeoEvents use through Exemplar City
Exercise Concepts that are mutually beneficial

Expand Huntsville as a Municipal Test Bed for NGA, FEMA and others
Next Steps:
Exercises throughout
Walk-thru/Orientation:
TechVet1 Forum May
TechVet2 Forum August
TechVet3 Forum May 2016

Tabletop exercise - Madison County Emergency Operations Center

Functional exercises scheduled
Pilot Timeline
Demonstration of "Blueprint for Safety" Phase I & II capabilities at the GEO Huntsville Summit 2016
Civil Air Patrol After Incident Imagery - GeoQ and FEMA Uploader - October 25th
Fire Service Pre-fire planning - GeoQ/RFI Integration
Civil Air Patrol - Cadet Ground Imagery - GeoQ Integration
County Fire SAR - GeoQ workflow training
HFR - Sensor Integration/UAS testing
Request for Information (RFI)
Requests are made directly from the scene and information is gathered and provided back to the scene
Requests for Information (RFI) can come in from all across the response spectrum
Requested information is delivered to the scene through GeoQ
RfIs are handled quickly to find or produce info needed
Resources can be chosen from a predetermined pick list of qualified, available personnel.

Personnel are notified by the system that they have a task. They can accept or decline based on availability.
Federal
State
Local
Public
We're all in this together
Where are our resources?
What is their status?
When will I need
Reserve Resources?
This level of rapid information exchange requires availability to common toolsets
Sharing Our Knowledge With Others
Methods to Transfer Knowledge and Engage Others in Development
Sustaining Training and Application
Needs
Our community is continually reminded of what Wernher Von Braun replied when someone asked him,
"The will to do it.”
TechVet Successes
GeoQ/EventPages
Integration as Tactical Workspace providing Shared Situational Awareness
Testing/Stressing Open Source Tools co-development methods
Catalyst for Testing/Stressing Vertical Information Sharing
TM
TechVet Successes
Robotic Paradigm Systems - RPScan
Provides rapid interior floorplan scanning to deliver As-Built quality floor plan drawings for pre-fire planning
Fully integrated workflow with Huntsville Fire & Rescue and Huntsville GIS
TM
Emergency Operations Center Coordination
Primary Tasks:
Monitors WX path of damage probability
Monitors all modes of Situational Awareness
Monitors AOIs of all Disciplines as developing
Monitors Needs and Elevates Status of Search in High Probability Locations
Monitors Progress of the Search Activity
Monitors and Assigns RFIs
Visibility into all elements of the Response Activity
Keeping Responders out of harms way
Ensuring adequate supply of resources
Providing on-demand information to the scene
Reducing redundant efforts
Applying all available resources
Integrates data directly onto the map
For 0n-Scene Situational Awareness
TechVet Successes
Civil Air Patrol Damage Assessment Imagery
FEMA Uploader Integration
Full Integration and Testing with GeoQ to provide incident imagery to the on-scene responder
Institutionalizing processes with CAP HQ and FEMA HQ
TM
Civil Air Patrol SAREX Functional Exercises
After Incident Imagery and Search and Rescue Sorties Flown

GeoQ Integration/FEMA Uploader testing

Ground Team Integration

Rapid Imagery Product Delivery to Responders in the field
(C.A.R.A.T and CMM)
(Sensor Integration and information exchange)
Phase II
January 2016 Timeframe

Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
Incident Management Information Sharing (IMIS) Internet of Things (IoT) Pilot Demonstration

Sensor Testing and Integration
Pilot Timeline: Phase II
Operationalize "Blueprint for Safety" Phase II
Get Involved
ALL Disasters are LOCAL
Lack of Collaboration between
LOCAL
STATE
FEDERAL agencies
TIME = LIVES
Creates
Lag Times in Response
Put Technology, Tradecraft and Information in Local Hands
Developing Capabilities and Readiness Assessment Tools for Communities
CURRENT ACTIVITIES
What Can We Share and When should we Share It?
What Capabilities and Skills are needed?
How do we Transfer our Technical Knowledge to Those Who Need it Most?
PreDetermine and Prepare Essential Data that Will Be Needed
See It --- Test It --- Use It --- Share what you know
Common Workflows
Common Data
Common Tools
Common Methods
Stressing Current and Co-developing New Policies for Information Sharing
Exploring New Methods for Vertical Information and Intelligence Sharing
Developing a more Efficient Acquisition Strategy Through TechVet
Advancing the Tradecraft through Exchange of Technical Knowledge
Developing a Baseline of Essential Elements of Information
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Blueprint for Safety Planning Team
Planning Team and Tech Team
www.geohuntsville.org
Demonstration Scenario Based in Huntsville
Emergency 0perations Center Coordination
Primary Tasks:
Monitors WX path of damage probability
Monitors all modes of Situational Awareness
Monitors AOIs of all Disciplines as developing
Monitors Needs and Elevates Status of Search in High Probability Locations
Monitors Progress of the Search Activity
Monitors and Assigns RFIs
Visibility into all elements of the Response Activity
Keeping Responders out of harms way
Ensuring adequate supply of resources
Providing on-demand information to the scene
Reducing redundant efforts
Applying all available resources
is a model that municipal governments can follow when faced with
Responding to emergency or crisis
Mitigating economic impacts
Dealing with workforce skill/capacity issues
Facing overwhelming infrastructure demands
Exemplar City
"Left of the Boom"
Creating models that municipal governments can follow
Sharing Use Cases to drive adoption
Education Working Group
Driving toward GEOINT Certification
Local Government User group
Transferring Technical Capabilities
Building the case for GEOINT
Employing the Capability and Readiness Assessment Tools for Communities (CARAT)
Utilizing Capabilities Maturity Model for Responders
Software Tools and Integration Kit (STIK)
Providing the Tools Needed
TechVet Successes
TM
OpenSensorHub Sensor Networks

Providing Enhanced Situational Awareness through sensor integration
Tabletops and Field Exercises
Join
Today!
And Von Braun said,
"What's the hardest thing about going to the moon?"
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Open Source Tools running on our servers
Tactical Workspaces for Each Responding Agency
Coordinator Sets Up Project
Tasks are Assigned to Users
Sensors Used:
Vignette 1: Resource Tracking (Personnel/Equipment)
Personnel, Vehicle locations
Victim locations
Population Concentration (Movement)
Day/Night Population
Evacuation Routes and Vehicles
Crash Site
J Hunt Park
Cmd Post
Staging Area
Apt Complex
At Risk Community
Golf Course
Commercial
Bldg
Distribution
Tower
Rail Line
Apt
Bldgs
Shopping Center
Restaurants
Operational View: Area of Impact
Phase II
January 2016

Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
Incident Management Information Sharing (IMIS) Internet of Things (IoT) Pilot Demonstration

Sensor Testing and Integration
Blueprint for Safety Pilot
Timeline: Phase II
Operationalize "Blueprint for Safety" Phase II
Demonstration Scenario Based in Huntsville
PreEvaluated Landing Area
Vehicle
Staging Area
Evacuation
Staging Area
Triage and
Transport Area
Incident Command Location and Staging
Unmanned Aerial System Planning
Assists HazMat Mitigation Planning
UAS Video Published and Shared
UAS Video of Search and Rescue
Sweep of J Hunt Park
Search and Rescue Teams Sweep the Area
Progress of the search is displayed in real time
Priority
Assigned
# of Areas
Assigned
Color Coding
Depicts Progress
Door to Door Search and Rescue
Triage Area Patient Count and Severity is Updated
Vignette 4: Life Safety Instrumentation (Body-worn)
Hexoskin physiological observations
iOS Watch -- Monitoring/Alerting
Proximity to Hazard Alerting
Vignette 3: Imaging Sensors
Fixed mount
Private security cameras
Vehicle mounted
Smart Lamp Post
UAS - Drone mounted
Laser Range Finder
Vignette 5: GIS Infrastructure Analysis and Map Products
Essential Elements of Information
Operational information and analysis
Dynamic data feeds (realtime sensor data integration)
Vignette 6: Alerts and Notifications
Audible warnings SLPs
Leave behind devices for cleared areas
Geofenced social broadcast
Authoritative Tweets/Text/Emails
Media Outlets
Vignette 7: Situational Awareness and Understanding
Information sharing and exchange
Location-based reports of tactical activities
Perimeter security, road closures, traffic control
Fire fighting, search and rescue activities, cleared areas
Shelter in Place status and monitoring
EMS - Victim extrication, triage locations/status
HazMat - Scene triage and mitigation activity/status
LED auto-adjust brightness reports broken lamps
Smart meters measure power consumption
Solar panels/batteries for fail over during power outage
Weather sensors
Air Quality/Chemical detection
UV and Pollen index
Seismic
Accoustic (sound) detection
People concentrations, Pedestrian counters
Speakers: music, notifications/alerts
Video (visible and IR) PTZ capable
Digital signage: Ads, civic info, alerting, traffic advisories
Parking optimization
Smart wastebins
Car counters
Transit info
"Bluelight" Emergency
Notional Sensors for incorporation into a Smart Lamp Post Design:
Traffic Conditions Returning to Normal
Social Media Updates from Scene
Crowd Count Observations
Scene overview
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