Public Safety

The crucial element of today’s public safety operations segment is an integrated and comprehensive geographic information system.

GMS-GIS with its adaptive information structure is a perfect support for all types of public safety agencies in all operation phases – planning, preparedness, response and recovery.



The use of GMS-GIS in public safety:


  • Estimate different emergency situation scenarios
  • Produce and manage risk maps within the critical areas
  • Analyse dangerous events and situations
  • Evaluate vulnerability of specific situation


  • Perform simulation and modelling of the potential damages
  • Get information about the assets and inventory
  • Provide operations training support
  • Improve your decision-making and actions support


  • Communicate with field teams assistance (on mobile phones, tablets, etc.) via singular platform
  • Coordinate necessary actions to optimise public safety
  • Track the personnel and allocate them most appropriately
  • Inform and warn the public about the critical events and their progress


  • Manage dispatched teams on the field 
  • Perform damage assessment
  • Predict economic and infrastructure renovations
  • Anticipate possibility for future disasters


  • Emergency and disaster management
  • Law enforcement and national security
  • Fire, rescue, and emergency services
  • Emergency and dispatching centres

View the location of the event through a digital map with different data layers.


Display the main information about the event and the available resources in real time for effective monitoring and planning in crisis situations.


Perform spatial analyses according to filters and various methods of spatial visualisation.


Allocate assets through geofencing (e.g. based on the ETA) for the needs of designating assets in the designated police station, hospital etc.


Improve call routing for the needs of dispatching with the calculation of road distance and the determination of ETA.


Monitor conditions with Google Street View for better spatial awareness about the characteristics around the event.