WebOffice at the Federal Ministry of the Interior
The Ministry of the Interior (BM.I) is Austrias supreme Security Authority and with about 30.000 employees/staff amongst the ministries with the largest headcount.
Geographically located and analyzable information is vital for security related tasks. These range from crime analysis via tactical operations planning to emergency/disaster management and protection of critical infrastructure. Every User of BM.I and the Federal Police Forces does have web based access to "his/her" relevant information.
GIS-supported processes at BM.I:
- Facilitate Basedata (Orthos, Topografic maps) plus specific operational data (criminal records, accidents, special departments, ...)
- Tasks: Query, Search, Edit, Upload of geodata, Print/plot, Coordinate queries, localizing calls for service, jurisdiction areas, visualization of deployed resources in real-time, …
- Analysis and Tabulation, z.B.: Choropleth maps, additional basedata for special scenarios, criminal statistics, accident data, Visualized radio coverage, ...
- Integration of a service to localize police radio
WebOffice has proven very useful in extraordinary situations, where live-tracking of radios offers an operational picture right away. This operational picture can be disseminated via Web and used by authorized users all over the country. Long-term information/collections (criminal records, accidents) are made available at BM.I and the Federal Police.
BM.I - Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior
- Annual Usage
approx. 30.000 Users
Esri SAG Award Winner
- Point of contact
Tel: +43 (0)59908-0