Erika has already caused deadly floods in the island of Dominica, and Florida has declared a state of emergency in every county as the storm approaches. Read more on CBS.
Visual Command Center helps organizations keep employees, operations and the supply chain safe during extreme weather and other risk events. It provides automatic alerts when risks threaten employee locations, facilities, supply routes and other critical assets, and powerful tools to assess and take efficient action to minimize the storm's impact.
Here's how the powerful command center software can be used to understand a developing risk event:
|Erika's path and forecast is visualized on an interactive map and timeline in Visual Command Center through its HurricaneMapping.com extension.|
|Visual Command Center displays the storm's path and other critical information -- weather conditions, rainfall totals, and more -- in relation to your organization's assets.|
|Zoom in to see an overview of the people, buildings and other assets in the storm's expected path.|
|Enhance your situational awareness by integrating the real-time risk picture with traffic cameras, social media, video management systems and other information sources and command center systems.|
See it in action
Here’s an example of how Visual Command Center can be used by organizations to protect employees, facilities, supply chain and operations during a weather emergency: