AGIS’s highly versatile LifeRing software enables Windows, Android, and iOS device users to easily establish ad hoc Common Operational Picture (COP) networks in response to situations where many people need to coordinate and collaborate with many others.
Lightweight and non resource intensive, the LifeRing Server is a Microsoft Application configured to operate on the Windows XP operating system and higher including Windows Server 2003, 2007, 2010.
LifeRing runs on a Client/Server network as shown here…
(Other Network architectures are available.)
At its core, LifeRing:
- Exchanges location and status information
- Imports and processes Intelligence data
- Imports and processes external data
- Displays the appropriate symbols on a map for Command, Control, Communication and Collaboration
- Capabilities may be added or removed as needed
- A wide variety of maps may be used at any time
- Users may join groups for the sharing of private information
- Custom symbols may be created to represent different locations, people, and events on the map
The LifeRing Server processes over 80 map, Satellite, and Aerial photograph formats. All maps are geo-referenced and can be stitched into other maps. Maps can be loaded into memory, loaded on an SD Card, and obtained from: LifeRing Servers, web map servers, commercial sources and military sources (GeoPDF, NITF, CIB, et al)