COMMAND AND CONTROL CENTRE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION IS MORE COMPLEX AND CHALLENGING THAN EVER BEFORE
Command Centres have been around for a very long time large organizations and governments have used them since the beginning of civilization. However, the technologies that enable Command Centres to complete their missions have changed dramatically, requiring new skills and approaches to ensure success. Computer Security/Information Technology convergence has had more impact on the evolution of Command Centre design than any other single factor. Many organizations found that their traditional security integrators were unfamiliar with IT, and were having difficulty evolving into the new world of converged security/Information Technology. Security managers face a threat profile today that is markedly different than what was faced. Threats now originate from new origins, have different motivations and profiles of execution, and have the potential to do much more damage than in the past. These threats are constantly evolving, as malicious individuals and groups strive to find new ways to defeat security measures. Security managers and their Command Centres must stay one step ahead of these threats, requiring the use of new technologies to defeat them.
Reliability: Nimbus Command Centre is cantered in reliability in order to achieve its mission. This means that systems must be designed to perform under stress, must be resistant to attack, both physical and cyber, and must be maintained religiously.
Flexibility: Nimbus command centre is flexible enough to accommodate the unplanable conditions that arise during emergencies. Systems and spaces must be capable of adapting to new users, unforeseen circumstances, and extremely high loads.
Scalability: Nimbus Command & control centres are not static environments. As new technologies are introduced almost daily, the designed Command Centre is highly capable of growing and supporting these new technologies for future expansions, to avoid obsolescence.
Command Centres are not all the same; there are many different profiles, each with a unique focus on a specific mission. Some of the more common Command Centre profiles offered by nimbus blue are the following:
These operations focus on the management of emergencies. They are often not occupied until they are 'activated' when an incident occurs. Unlike other kinds of Command Centres, they have unpredictable usage profiles that require them to adapt quickly to unforeseen needs. Technology infrastructure must be designed to accommodate outside users from multiple organizations, and must be scalable for the sudden influx of people when emergencies occur.
Focus mainly on the operations of a complex facility such as an airport. The OCC is where the daily management of the organization occurs, and is focused on routine work that is essentially the same every day, with occasional emergency response activities. These facilities are much more predictable than an EOC, but also have far higher ergonomic standards because workers staff the OCC every day.
Is the facility in which video surveillance, alarms, access control, and other Key security systems are managed. SCCs support both routine work as well as frequent emergency response activities (although usually on a much smaller scale than the EOC). SCCs frequently employ large-format video displays for displaying video surveillance feeds.
Are spaces designed for the interaction of multiple organizations in a facility that enables and encourages collaboration Fusion Centres are typically utilized by government agencies that need to collaborate proactively on sensitive intelligence issues. The key value of a Fusion Centre is that stakeholders are able to work together in neutral territory, exchanging knowledge and experience that cannot easily be communicated via written or more formal, less interactive channels of communication.
These facilities are charged with the management of public safety personnel such as police, fire, and EMS. They are focused on call handling and dispatching of emergency responders. Operators typically sit at console workstations, and have relatively little interaction with each other. Typically, large format video displays are not used in these environments.
Focus mainly on the operations of the building, housing building automation, asset management, work order, elevator management, and other systems relating to the operation of the building. They are more focused on operations than security, but are frequently engaged in emergency situations as a kind of EOC.
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