Decision support for commanders and equipping first responders.
Mvine announces today that it is to explore the use of Digital Twins, a type of technology which replicates online what is happening in the physical world, for the specific use case of helping the UK emergency services to better manage Mass Casualty Incidents (MCIs). The move underlines Mvine’s current capability in digital dashboards and real-time data. It is hoped that the move will reinforce its technical and commercial capability in taking data sent from devices, sensors through gateways and presenting online replicate of unfolding situations as they happen, enabling decision support for Strategic, Operational and Tactical commanders.
The technology will need to fit the needs of first responders who try to make first decisions during the “Golden Hour” which is the period of time in which direct help can be delivered or irreparable damage can be done. There is a need to train and equip senior people as well as lower level people.
Frank Joshi, Director at Mvine, said: “Earlier today, Mvine was delighted to be invited to be included with a group of exceptional project partners presenting to UK Space Agency and European Space Agency. We think the future use of space assets presents an excellent route forward.”
Mvine is in advanced stages of building a consortium with a view to making a proposal to the European Space Agency for a demonstration project.