11 Aug IMS: Saving time in a crisis – making route assessments quicker
A global oil and gas company needs to get a convoy of slow moving vehicles from X to Y in Iraq on short notice. The security manager needs to present a routing assessment of the journey. The assessment needs to include any security incidents that might have happened near the road, points of interest such as fuel stations, checkpoints, and safe havens as well as hazard information such as areas that are likely to have heavy traffic, narrow bridges etc.
The saved routes can then be used as queries, letting you search directly for incidents and POIs within a set radius of the route. This means you can create and search along routes easily, speeding up the time it takes to create accurate risk assessments.