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Cabinet Office and Airbox Systems launch all-new ResilienceDirect Mapping Platform

By Eric Van Rees - 19th June 2020 - 07:28

The Civil Contingencies Secretariat and Airbox Systems Limited have launched an all-new ResilienceDirect mapping platform.

The tool provides a single codified place for emergency responders to come together to plan for and brief all types of resilience events across the UK. It allows them to clearly visualize complex situations, giving a focal point and a single source of truth to allow fast, safe, coordinated planning and response.

The new service is now available, replaces the previous mapping tool. It is free at the point of use and available to all UK category 1 and 2 responders.

Nearly two years in the making, the mapping has been reimagined from the ground up; employing current best practice around ease of use, compatibility with modern devices and incorporating many new features requested by the community. The end solution will provide the emergency services with a tool which better serves their needs today and is scalable and extensible to tackle future scenarios.

Luana Avagliano, Head of ResilienceDirect, said “This is an incredibly exciting and monumental day, as ever the needs of the user drive our ResilienceDirect mapping capability.

It is imperative that in this ever challenging and changing world, that we stay up to date and embrace emerging technologies. The ambition to continue to provide the best possible tools for our Resilience Community and to support their mission to Save Lives and Keep the UK Safe.”

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