A safe living environment requires continuous awareness of what is going on and timely detection of disruptions.
It has been demonstrated that people tend to share remarkable events instantly on social media. Whether it’s unrest, nuisance or other incidents, unsafe situations are often visible online even before they are known in an incident or control room. It is precisely this continuous source of up-to-date information that is invaluable for public safety.
By detecting the first signs of disturbances in public order and safety, as a public authority you can gain direct insight into what is taking place and what is happening. In this way, you can act with knowledge and prevent escalation.
Only by using intelligent technology can you convert large amounts of data into early and actionable insights. PublicSonar makes the use of this technology accessible, in order to feed your operational decisions and follow the latest developments in a targeted way. Our AI solution is designed to support Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), facilitate collaboration and meet compliance requirements.
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Focus on safety within a certain geographical area, such as: a region, city, square or high-risk object. In this way you can detect specific circumstances that pose an immediate danger to society. A comprehensive picture of the situation contributes to an effective response.
Rapidly recognise dangerous situations such as panic, suffocation and threatening weather at mass gatherings. In this way you can accurately mobilise resources at, for example, a sporting event, festival, parade or New Year's Eve.
Instantly create a situational picture in case of ongoing incidents or crises, such as a fire, natural disaster or car accident. Are there any victims? What is the sentiment? Are there specific risks? What is the magnitude? And how is the situation evolving?
Specific themes, such as pandemics, cyber attacks, environmental risks or climate-related events require continuous vigilance. By making connections between various observations, locations and sources, you can recognise the first manifestations of a disruption at an early stage. With a more complete picture of nature and scope, you can act in a targeted manner.