In summary the Lifeline ICBRNE System collects sensor readings, GPS location information, weather and video feeds from a wide variety of different instruments utilized in portable, mobile and/or fixed locations. The collected information can be used for multiple mission scenarios including prevention and/or response. When combined with instrument calibration knowledge and user training capabilities significant situational awareness is achieved including; Who the information is coming from; Where the hazard is being detected based on GPS and/or video; What specifically the hazard is through video from the event; How much is being released from the instrument readings and; Where the release is going based in plume and weather modeling.
The Lifeline ICBRNE System is used to share situational information with First Responders, Subject Matter Experts, Reach Back organizations and/or other machine based systems. Information is shared using DHS endorsed standards (XML/CAP/N42/NIEM), Web services, map services, machine-to-machine (M2M) and through alerts/notifications.