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The concept of integration tool for the civil and military service cooperation during emergency response operations

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5 Author(s)
Apiecionek, L. ; R&D Dept., TELDAT Sp. J., Bydgoszcz, Poland ; Kruszynski, H. ; Kosowski, T. ; Piotrowski, M.
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Civil-Military Co-operation is tool which allows achieving common aims by forces designated originally for different purposes. The most common example of such cooperation are emergency response operations, conducted, for example, during natural disasters. Despite the obvious need for the right tool which could support simultaneously soldiers and civilians, one can see that usually, in Poland, means of communications and methods of operations for sharing the information are created ad hoc, according to situation and given resources. In given examples of emergency response plans one can find description of using only cell and stationary phones for communication [1]. Instant collection and dissemination of information, efficient collaboration and common emergency situational awareness are factors needed in order to secure effective cooperation with both military and civilian organizations. This can be achieved only by study of NATO doctrines and concepts, such as NNEC[2] [3] [4], EU NEC [5] or CIMIC [6], and newest technology capabilities, regarding both hardware and software. Based on that study, a specially designed information system can be introduced that is scalable, flexible, interoperable and extendable. Crisis Management System Jasmine is a solution for army and other civilian forces requirements, which highly increases awareness and speed of decision process. Described in the article solution can be used as a support for different operations managed and executed both on the field and stationary posts.

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Communications and Information Systems Conference (MCC), 2012 Military

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8-9 Oct. 2012