PGIS enables command center to communicate with the police on the ground directly
Chinese Ministry of Public Security has selected the China Information Security Technology’s core police-use geographic information systems or PGIS for use in standardizing PGIS technologies nationally.
China Information Security Technology’s (CIST) PGIS platform enables urban emergency coordinated actions, commanding and dispatching, police force deployment, patrol distribution and monitoring to ensure the efficiency of the mobile law enforcement workforce. The PGIS platform allows the command center to visually see all resources, and to communicate with the police on the ground directly.
In a part of phase II of the National Golden Shield Project, the National PGIS Application Project aims to establish an integrated platform connecting all variations of PGIS systems throughout the country, to provide uniform standards, basic data, common technology as well as application mode characteristics, and to share information across different public service departments and police divisions.
When the Project is complete, it is expected that all PGIS systems in China will be standardized and interconnected. Ministry of Public Security (MPS) plans to standardize 100 provincial-level cities and municipalities over the next three years and then roll out these systems nationwide.
Jiang Lin, CEO of China Information Security, said: We expect the PGIS standardization will enhance our visibility in our industry, be one of the key drivers to achieve our 2009 objectives and help us to move forward despite the current economic environment.