Memphis, TN, March 9, 2011 -- 3-GIS, a GIS software development and services company based in Decatur, Alabama will attending the O'Neil Management Consulting Conference on Emergency Preparedness and Service Restoration for Utilities in Memphis, TN on March 16-18, 2011.
3-GIS will be demonstrating Command Center, an Esri-enabled Operational Picture and Situational Awareness solution. Command Center, designed to be utilized to follow, visualize, and manage daily operations in a single view, can quickly flash-over into an integrated Emergency Operations Command Center when an incident presents itself. The daily operational configuration can show crew locations, network status, customer issues, meter statuses, weather, and identify operational challenges and opportunities. When faced with major operational events (ice storms, hurricanes, earth quakes), 3-GIS Command Center quickly reconfigures to take the role of a data aggregation engine to inform the Operations Center of impact assessment and degree of damage – in a single view. With that data quickly aggregated, the OC Manager can then coordinate (including data-fusion) with local EMA, hospitals, rescue organizations, volunteers, and supply chain participants to begin rapid recovery and restoration.
"I'm excited to be able to both demonstrate the capabilities of the 3-GIS Command Center regarding emergency management activities and to hear reports on the experiences of utility companies in this vital area." said Eric Fulcher, Vice President of Utilities, 3-GIS.
3-GIS is a premier GIS software development and services company. The company provides customized software and solutions to a variety of companies in the Utilities, Telecommunications and Emergency Management markets. 3-GIS builds, interfaces, and integrates many diverse asset management systems, work management systems, analysis packages and other specialized software. 3-GIS offers the Express Solution, an ArcGIS Server-based suite of thin-client asset management products.
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