High Emergency Reaction & Management Enterprise System (HERMES), is an integrated security system which consists of three major modules:
~ Airport security and crisis response system.
~ Critical infrastructure integrated security and emergency planning system.
~ Homeland security tactical planning and crisis response system.
HERMES as a unique and innovative set of services follow a methodological sequence of procedures that supports planners, decision makers and security officials to sustain a full and effective system for securing people and high value infrastructure in the most efficient way. HERMES major steps are the following:
~ Operational (Tactical) planning testing and optimizing via experimentation with the use of simulation and CAX methodology. Detailed Deployment Plans (DDP) for every entity (up to the level of small teams), testing and optimization through very high analysis scenarios through simulation.
~ Personnel and headquarters integrated training with CAX methodological tools and serious gaming software.
~ Systems and personnel evaluation through simulation for two sets of scenarios: Rational and irrational.
~ Continuous security gaps finding, testing and bridging via a systematic training and by a role playing activity as "opponents" to the security system.
~ Security hardware and software testing via "unrealistic" scenarios based on fantastic actions of groups of people threatening the public security.
~ HERMES is supporting efficiently and in low costs and by saving time, all levels of security operations, mainly in the training area. Planning is also supported by the use of special software (Operational - Tactical Planning Tools), in addition to experimentation for inserting new ideas, courses of action and operational methods . By this way, security planners reduce the probability of surprise coming from various levels and types of threats.
For more information about HERMES please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright MSETT Hellas