Integrated use of satellite navigation data in Aratos Disaster Control management system

01 March 2017

ADC now provides integrated use of satellite navigation data in the form of tracking vehicles or people through gps and providing information about them, all depicted in the ADC’s user interface.

Tracking vehicles and people can be useful for civil protection services and local authorities for land and sea monitoring, as well as monitoring a person of interest due to restriction or protection circumstances. It is also useful to a wider audience of users and consumers who want to track a specific order, or even a person in need of medical treatment (e.g. an Alzheimer patient that wandered away).

This new ADC service is fully extendable and can apply to any user’s demand for either vehicle, human or even pet tracking request.

Aratos Technologies has created the integrated system of natural disaster management Aratos Disaster Control (ADC). The system is designed for crisis management situations and is used as an ideal tool for depicting and monitoring hazards as well as assessing the damage after the crisis.

The system can detect the progress, almost in real time, as well as the history of past natural disasters (fires, earthquakes, landslides, etc.) for the user's area of interest and present the data in an interactive geographical map (GIS), 24x7.

ADC consists of an amalgam of various technologies such as satellite images and data as well as GNSS signals (Global Navigation Satellite System), which are combined in an integrated architecture, and delivers processed, meaningful information to the user and alerts via sms and emails.

We continue to innovate in space technologies since 2005.

 

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Aratos Technologies S.A. 

  • Patras, Athens
  • +30 210 94 000 33
  • +30 210 94 000 33
  •  info[at]aratos[dot]gr

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