SEMA – Security and Emergency Mapping and Analysis of Public Safety Information




Sivan Design’s SEMA is used in all aspects where public safety concerns may gain benefit from using GIS information. The system provides customized and configurable managerial views of critical data that helps responders protecting people, nations, properties, and the environment. SEMA is based on GeoERPtechnology and provides rich querying and analysis toolset that enables first responders and emergency managers to create and share a Common Operational Picture (COP) by locating incidents on a map, describing affected areas, and viewing case-relevant information.

SEMA is proven to be beneficial and commonly used for displaying relevant information before, during, and after incidents and emergencies. The software provides basic and advanced tools for map visualization, location analysis, and report generation that improves operational units’ response time and optimizes their performance. By evaluating inputs that were gathered during or following an incident, efficiency measures can be implemented to improve the unit’s performance in future incidents.

The most common uses of SEMA where its benefits are significantly notable are in:

National Security – SEMA supports national-scale security missions of federal, state, local, and tribal agencies.

Emergency/Disaster Management – SEMA is relevant across all phases from preparation and mitigation to response and recovery.

Law Enforcement and Crime Fighting – SEMA can intelligently collect day-to-day data to create location-based crime mapping that leads to a more efficient spread of enforcement forces and to improve residents safety.

Fire/Rescue/Medical Services – SEMA helps to save and protect life and properties using powerful information and analysis tools.

Emergency Dispatch – SEMA helps dispatchers and field personnel by using spatial intelligence to determine the shortest or fastest way to ensure proper response time.

Emergency Training and Simulations – SEMA integrates easily accessible information, resource management capabilities, and safety and efficiency