Critical Insight

You need information instantly in the field. When units are dispatched to a location, ADASHI automatically retrieves relevant neighborhood history, intel, and persons of interest. Easily integrate databases of addresses, vehicle and arrest records plus any critical information and preplans already gathered by the agency such as site layouts, gang-injunction zones or SOPs. 

Team deployment

Team Deployment with AVL and secure two-way communications.

Command and control

Command and Control with drag-and-drop resource management, complete communications over any network, auto-logging and reporting, and complete NIMS procedural integration.

Brilliant Interface

  • Touch-screen multi-view mobile GIS;
  • Contextually available preplans that are easily distributed;
  • Map annotation with automated visualization of hazards including hot/warm zones, isolation distances and evacuation areas;
  • NIMS compliant forms and procedures.

The ADASHI Solution

Using ADASHI software as part of the daily routine – including CAD communication, audible turn-by-turn routing, and position assignment check-in – seamlessly transforms your operations into a complete command and control system. As soon as CAD dispatches police to an incident, the Incident Action Plan is initiated and immediately bolstered by critical pre-plans (auto-retrieved) including floor plans, site layouts, arrest records, address histories and real-time video. Developing the plan visually on a map with drag-and-drop ease automatically distributes the information throughout the fleet using standard NIMS protocols. All procedures are logged, timestamped, and available for after-action reports both internally and in a courtroom.

  • ADASHI automatically presents geo-information including non-emergency "most wanted" lists.
  • The emergency site’s critical infrastructure is pointed out en route.
  • Officers can also view on-scene multi-angle aerial photography of the site.
  • Tactical view including: location assignments, current vehicle locations and command annotations all overlaid on the incident map.
  • Incident command structure and resource assignments.