Natural disasters are on the rise. According to research, the number of floods, tropical storms, tornadoes, and wildfires have risen dramatically impacting around 300 million people today. This rise in natural disasters, as well as the proliferation of man-made disasters and major emergencies, means that public safety organizations must be prepared to respond in force.
At the same time, reduced budgets and resource cuts has made emergency service organizations conduct daily operations in a lean and cost-effective manner. Balancing both ends of the spectrum means public safety must run in the most effective way possible.