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Safe region
The Safe Region software and hardware complex is a system, which has been designed to quickly and correctly react to incidents, assist users in making decisions, as well as to manage people, specialists and technical resources during extraordinary situations. The primary objective of the system is to increase the efficiency of management authorities’ works through cartographic data and the links between the objects and the coordinates.

Basic performance capabilities of the Safe Region software-hardware complex system is as follows:
  • Efficient management of all operating resources.
  • Monitoring of transport facilities.
  • Management of incidents.
  • Use of capabilities of video-surveillance system.
  • Making decisions in extraordinary circumstances.
  • Capability of working with cartographic data.
  • The working program, with an easy and understandable interface, has been optimized to carry out operations on the vector map and the objects thereon.
  • Since the map is consisted of layers, the work of the program may be made easier by making any layer visible or invisible. During the picturing of the map, districts, streets, buildings etc. are automatically regulated and their names are described accordingly.
  • Any street or address may be searched on the map. For this purpose, the only thing you have to do is to enter the name and address of the street. In order to make the search easier, sound search mode, which is one of the up-to-date methods, should be set up. In this mode, you just need to sound the name and address of the street, and the program will show that address on the map.
  • Various types of objects may be entered into the system. They include, for example, cameras, sensors, traffic lights, transport facilities, incidents, zones, routes etc. In case of necessity, these types, to say in the language of a map, the layers of object may be increased and decreased.
  • Since the system has been using a geographical vector map connected with coordinates and addresses of location of all objects in the system are known, any object can be seen on the map during the visualisation.
  • Any layer of object may be made visible or invisible on the map. As a result of this, a user can see the objects that he/she needs in a current moment, and uses them and reacts only to those data that come from them.
  • As the number of cameras increase, imbalance is created between the number of the operators that controls them and that of the cameras. In this case, the operational work with the cameras in “Safe Region” type systems switches to the main plan. In order to quickly react to incidents occurring in the city, finding the camera or the group of cameras among the thousands of cameras and connection to it/ them becomes one of the main requirements.
      Since the system is linked with the video-surveillance system, it has many similar capabilities:
    1. Cameras installed in a certain point may be marked on the map and store with accuracy within a centimeter.
    2. Cameras are depicted according to the types they have been marked on the map. Depending on the type, a camera may be observed and controlled directly on the map - (direct to the right or left, bring closer or move away).
    3. To see the cameras installed in the street, just touch the street. If the location of the street is unknown, it can be chosen by having entered its name.
    4. It is sufficient to select the region to see the cameras in a certain region.
    5. The system can also show the area covered by each camera.
    6. By marking a point on the map, all cameras that can see that point may be directed to that specific area.
    7. The camera may also be directed to the car having a GPS transmitter.
    8. After registration of video-surveillance operators in the system, they may be given an inquiry and task.
    9. The system is using the assistance of operators to monitor a number of cameras. A user may send the selected certain number of cameras to the monitors of one or more operators, and add to and remove from them. And an operator should see the relevant camera. If necessary, he may control them.
  • About transport facilities:
    1. As the system has information about pre-registered transport facilities (TF) and GPS trackers (GPS transmitters) installed therein, location of any transport facility may be displayed at any time.
    2. A lot of information may be obtained about TF indicated on the map, for example, its speed, direction, street of location etc.
    3. Information received from all GPS trackers is stored in the database. Due to this, one or more TF’s archive may be seen in certain interval of time.
    4. The system may show movement of TF on the relevant itinerary and zones establish violation of rule and give it a report.
    5. A user may place TF to the tracking mode. A few TF`s may be traced at a time in the tracking mode. In the tracking mode, the cameras seeing the same TF is automatically directed to it and follows it.
  • About incidents:
    1. Information about incidents received from services such as 101, 102 etc. is automatically described on the map and waiting for confirmation by a user.
    2. Incidents may be seen on the map by their types, category of importance and status.
    3. In order to remove the confirmed incident, the corresponding TF should be sent to the scene of incident. For this purpose, the system allows a user to select more relevant TF using filters in the list of TF`s and send to the scene of incident. In this case, TF`s standing closer and not allocated to any incident may be described.
    4. As we know, an on-board computer has been installed in TF to increase the efficiency of the system. This small computer contacts the centre, sends coordinates and provides the persons in TF with information in order to perform the tasks assigned. These data contains information as to where the TF should be sent, as well as about the incident