Your Local Resilience.

Local Resilience uses tools and methods used by some of the biggest companies and the military for 'Operational Resilience'. Standard Operational Procedures are part and parcel of business risk management and are critical in the military.

What has business or military got to do with our community? Well, the incidents they deal with on a day to day basis are sometimes very simple, like fixing a broken fence. And sometimes, they are very complicated, as the evacuation of a wounded person. These things happen at the most challenging moments, and having a scripted and tested plan helps recovery more quickly and efficiently.

In the case of a community, volunteers can do things that can assist our emergency services, and this is also an area where Local Resilience can also play a part. We can coordinate groups of all sizes using tools and methods developed in the harshest environment.

Our platform allows concurrent activities to be managed simultaneously whilst bringing things like local CCTV systems (all are supported) to the responders using nothing more than mobile applications and standard browser technology.
Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live engineers ready to build the website for your community.

We just need some basic information, some images and then you can leave us to build, prepare and publish.

The webpage will work with our robots (which do the heavy lifting of mass notification, coordination and warnings). When an incident occurs you can connect and watch as it matures and things start to happen.

The website also provide feedback to your community, and the press.
Your Call To Action
The CTA is the heart of your community. Many are information only and some a combination of both information and an Incident Response Team (Group).
Some are automatic, like dealing with an intruder alarm (our control centre can receive and process alarms and look at CCTV remotely).
We can receive flood warnings automatically, extreme rainfall and storms as well as other climate emergencies; that might need a regular check on our less able neighbours.
We can add speed control cameras to locate and identify persistent speeding cars, protect and monitor fly-tipping as well as many other IoT (Internet of Things) activities.

Incidents can form a cluster, this could be the sign of something bigger happening.

Layer overlay includes flooding, rainfall, crime, incidents, traffic, noise and environment - and of course, your data.
Local Resilience
The interface
November 2021
The Local Resilience Website works with the Initsys Merlin Crisis Management system.

Initsys Merlin does the clever part of managing each 'Call To Action'.

We have built our control centre to process thousands of incidents, but we do not expect your community to have that many.

Initsys Merlin is an advanced rules engine that uses Machine Learning statistical analysis and robots to process incidents.

Many of these are only information, and Merlin will pass those as email; some are more urgent and sent as text messages and emails and some as telephone calls.

Most telephone calls will require some response requiring intervention should the user not acknowledge the call.

Acknowledgement is practical in flood zones; knowing which households have received the message of an imminent flood enables responders to only check homes and businesses without a response.

"Keep CTA fit and healthy with a regular exercise".

The design of the Initsys system uses techniques found in the harshest environments. You can read more by downloading this document.

How Crisis Management in the Military fits Civilian Use.

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Triggering a CTA.

Some Call to Action are automatic, others are not.

A call to action can be triggered by clicking on the button that represents to incident. Those directly linked to a premises or address with automatically populate the system with the location.
Triggering a CTA (Part 2).

Some Call to Action are automatic, others are not.

Some require a location to be gathered, using our apps for Android and Apple this can be done by Geolocation. in other examples an agent on duty will receive a call and add an incident by finding it using our mapping tools.

We use, OpenStreetMap, OS, ESRI, WhatThreeWords and USRN, UPRN.

Keeping and Getting the Detail.

Using the interface, specific information tailored to each type of Incident can be gathered.

And in your CTA you can store all the documents, images, compliance certificates and hazard information ready to deploy.


CCTV is one of the most critical aspects of Incident management. Any camera can be connected to agents using Initsys Spectrum and its RTSP gateway.
Those owned by the public and those owned by the private sector, provided the correct privacy components are in place.

Incidents can connect to the nearest cameras and collect recordings before the trigger; this can save the Police many hours collecting images from various recording platforms.

Using Initsys HaLO it is possible to use the metaData to generate warnings such as "is there human activity" , "Is a crowd forming" , "are people running".

The Local Resilience platform is able to connect to all types of CCTV.