A rapidly adaptable single pane of glass view of your people, sensors, and information services

A map has been the commander’s steadfast planning and tactical tool on nearly every battlefield or emergency management response throughout history.  The traditional paper map has evolved to embrace digital networking technology and allow decision makers (regardless of their physical location) to consume information about people, sensors, and resources in real time and collaborate with other leaders on a common relevant operating picture (CROP).

Blueforce Command Center is our patented (U.S. Patent No.s 8,467,779/8,682,309/9,066,211) “Single Pane of Glass View” common relevant operational picture software application for Windows and/or HTML5 client computing platforms. Command Center combines information from deployed personnel, autonomous agents and information services, and body-attached or unattended ground sensors to provide a broad spectrum of information for commanders and staff members and enables faster and superior synchronized planning and decision support.

The product scales to thousands of subscribed endpoints and provides shared situational awareness, alerting and notification, full chain of custody storage, charting, and an interoperability layer for exchange with other enterprise systems that can leverage open internet standards/protocols.

Real-Time View

People, sensors, resources, and information services provided on real-time maps and dashboards. Critical information is no more than a click away.

Alerts and Notifications

Customize the way in which you are notified of mission critical events using visual, audible, and workflow-based notifications.

Your View, Your Way

Supports multiple cognitive models for the consumption of information: map views for the geospatially inclined or enduser constructed dashboards.

Secure

Command Center makes use of a FIPS 140-2 cryptographic provider thereby delivering military-grade encryption and authentication.

Historical Perspective

Command Center stores all communications ensuring full chain of custody and historical “playback” of incidents for after-action and/or training purposes.

Interoperable and Scalable

Built on United States Government mandated interoperable presence and messaging standards; protocol scales to millions of endpoints.

How Blueforce Command is being used today

A rapidly adaptable single pane of glass view of your people, sensors, and information services

Command and Control

Own the mission. A single pane of glass view of all deployed people, sensors and services delivering operational excellence.

Real-Time Dashboards

Introduce RELEVANCE into the mission view. Build dashboards through drag and drop gestures with no need for IT or developers.

Safety Monitoring

All of your people and sensors deployed with a safety net around them. Mission specific alarms and workflows based on threat.

Longevity of Service

Longevity of service is critical. Blueforce delivers compliance through constant capture and store of incident information.

“All of the data, from all of the endpoints, in a single pane of glass view, to the commander.”

MICHAEL ZIRKLE, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, PUBLIC SECTOR, VERIZON

  • Server: Windows Server 2012 SP2 or higher; SQL Server 2012 or higher; IIS v6.0 or higher; .NET 4.5 or higher
  • Client: Windows 7/8/10 and/or Apple OS 10+ with Chrome, Safari, or Firefox HTML5 browser (some features not supported on Safari)
  • CPU: Single processor Intel Xeon, 2Ghz or higher, 4MB cache
  • Monitor: 1024 x 768 minimum
  • Memory: 256MB
  • Storage: 2GB for core application, plus allowance for application data
  • Network: Internet connection, 512Kbps or higher
  • Account: XMPP/Jabber account
  • (i.e., GoogleTalk, Apple iChat, Cisco Collaboration, Oracle Collaboration, OpenFire) for WAN communications
  • Shared Situational Awareness
  • Command and Control
  • K9 Operations
  • Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance
  • Life Safety and Occupational Health
  • Special Operations
  • Battlefield Medical/Combat Casualty
  • Remote Sensor and M2M Networks
  • GSA Schedule 70
  • SEWP V
  • Encore-II
  • START-X
  • Eclipse
  • Integrated Base Defense
  • Responder Knowledgebase (RKB)
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Blueforce Command