Organizations work tirelessly to optimize their strategies to improve their business performance. No matter how hard and smart they work to improve their performance, certain external factors are out of their control and could adversely affect their business. Adverse situations such as environmental or natural calamities, terror strikes, infrastructural hazards, and extreme events can cause loss of operations, assets, and workforce. As a result, leading companies are proactively preparing for such incidences with the help of incident and emergency management solutions. Such solutions provide standardized emergency response procedures across different public and private organizations by using various software, systems, or equipment. Incident management solutions include perimeter intrusion detection solution, access control solutions, video surveillance system, and cybersecurity solutions.
The recent procurement research report from SpendEdge recognizes increasing adoption of GIS technology to support quick damage assessment as a popular trend in this market.
Top 5 Incident Management and Emergency Management Solution Providers
Lockheed Martin, a global security and aerospace company, was formed after a merger between Lockheed Corporation and Martin Marietta in 1995. The company provides incidence management solutions such as perimeter intrusion detection, video surveillance, and fire systems. In 2009, Lockheed Martin provided the EPA support during environmental emergencies including oil spills and uncontrolled hazardous waste release by quickly assessing the situation, making suggestions for containment and assisting with remediation activities. Recently, it also received a US$900 million contract from the US Air Force to develop technologies for a long-range missile program.
Honeywell International is an American multinational conglomerate company that builds technologies and solutions to provide services across security, safety, and energy sectors. Their product portfolio also includes incident management and emergency management solutions. Their Command and Control Suite software integrate facilities management by setting up a command wall to control, connect, and collaborate workflows. It also helps to manage, contain, and control risks by making right decisions when a critical incident occurs and thereby guides users through emergency situations. In 2016, Honeywell completed a city-wide installation of surveillance and emergency response technology in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India, to support the police department in crime prevention, and traffic and crowd management during the Simhastha Kumbh, world’s largest holy gathering.
Siemens is a German company headquartered in Berlin with operations across different sectors such as power generation, transmission, distribution, technology, innovation, and manufacturing. Its software solutions for emergency and incident management include solutions for sports and entertainment venues, EHS management system, Siveillance ELS Web, and Global Technical Access Center (GTAC) incident report. The company reported revenues of about US$28.49 billion for the year 2016.
Motorola, formerly an American telecommunications company, was divided into Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions. Motorola Solutions provides various incident management software including PremierOne CAD, PremierOne Mobile, CAD to Radio Messaging, Spillman Flex, Spillman Nova, and PremierOne Responder Location. In 2015, Motorola Solutions acquired Emergency CallWorks, a privately held leading provider of Next-Generation 9-1-1 call-taking software for public safety.
Rockwell Collins is an American multinational company that provides aviation and high-integrity solutions for commercial and military sectors. They also offer integrated systems for mobile platforms, simulation and training services, navigations and situational awareness, and flight deck avionic solution. As of 2016, the company employs 19,000 people and generates annual revenues of US$5.26 billion.
Read more about the top emergency and incident management service providers, along with incident management software, emergency management solutions, cost modeling, SLA terms, negotiation strategies and procurement best practices in SpendEdge’s upcoming report on the global incident and emergency management software market.