Fujitsu technology solutions to support emergency response and public emergency services
Fujitsu deployment teams are highly specialised and experienced practitioners dedicated to maintaining the safety of the Australian public. Fujitsu systems collectively are responsible for managing over 40% of all Triple (000) response calls taken from the public across Australia. We work with several different emergency response departments across Australia and continuously innovate and create new solutions to provide efficiencies.
Fujitsu tailored emergency service solutions
CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch) - Fujitsu's Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) product manages the assignment and deployment of resources to emergency and non-emergency incidents. It handles the entire lifecycle of an incident from the initial notification through to its conclusion.
Emergency Incident Management (EIM) - Incorporates real-time updates of information from the field to the control room and vice versa, establishment of organisational structures for the incident to allocate tasks appropriately, resource management and data consolidation.
Investigative Case Management(E Mob) - This focuses on the activities involved and ensures higher quality and a better understanding of the required outcomes to improve the overall efficiency of the investigative processes.
Digital Courts Management (eQuitasCM) - Fujitsu's EquitasCM product delivers automation, self-service and streamlined business processes for digital courts management to Australia's busiest courts. eQuitasCM enables timeliness and accuracy of court processes
Tasmania Emergency Services
Fujitsu successfully completed the implementation of an Emergency Services Computer Aided Dispatch (ESCAD) system for Ambulance Tasmania.
Fujitsu in Justice
Using EquitasCM, the NSW Department of Justice is transforming to a fully digital courts operation.
Fujitsu’s artificial intelligence makes police cars smarter, and safer
With a combination of innovative thinking, an advanced automotive platform to work with, and access to world-leading artificial intelligence technology, Fujitsu engineers have developed a concept for a smarter and safer police car.