Port Fourchon uses its GLPC-C4 Maritime Domain Awareness System to monitor port activities and protect port businesses and assets. TACCSTM software brings security, emergency response and operations into one common operating picture that provides for greater situational awareness as well as interoperability with local, state and federal agencies.
“It’s like having everyone working at the same computer at the same time,” said Port Director
In conjunction with Port Fourchon’s port operations, the GLPC-C4 system is currently used by
Port Fourchon’s GLPC-C4 users can:
· command from a central location,
· control the information, assets, response, and operations during any situation,
· facilitate communications by allowing other agencies to access the system in real time during emergency response events, participating from multiple locations via computers or mobile devices, and
· enhance collaboration through sharing data like real-time reports, e-mail, photos, satellite imagery, maps, camera feeds, vessel traffic, radar, LEDS (Law Enforcement Data Sharing System), analytical alerts, and weather alerts.
“…We’re proud to be recognized for going above and beyond, creating something innovative that can grow and adapt as we do at Port Fourchon. It’s exciting how much this system can do,” said Board President
The C4 system incorporates technologies that are also used by the
“We are very pleased to have multiple partners who helped us arrange and develop this system, and we are honored to have been recognized by the AAPA,” said Port Fourchon’s Director of IT
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