FTE Regional ITS Architecture (Final)

Service Packages For: EM - EM09-1_D8


  EM09-1_D8  
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List of Elements on this Diagram
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Element Name Stakeholder
FTE EOC Floridas Turnpike Enterprise
Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC) Florida Division of Emergency Management
County EOCs/Warning Points County Emergency Management Agencies

List of Stakeholder Elements and Roles on this Diagram
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Stakeholder Element Name Functional Area/Role Functional Area Description
County Emergency Management Agencies County EOCs/Warning Points Emergency Evacuation Support This equipment package coordinates evacuation plans among allied agencies and manages evacuation and reentry of a population in the vicinity of a disaster or other emergency that poses a risk to public safety. Where appropriate, the affected population is evacuated in shifts, using more than one evacuation route, and including several evacuation destinations to spread demand and thereby expedite the evacuation. All affected jurisdictions (e.g., states and counties) at the evacuation origin, evacuation destination, and along the evacuation route are informed of the plan. The public is provided with real-time evacuation guidance including basic information to assist potential evacuees in determining whether evacuation is necessary. Resource requirements are forecast based on the evacuation plans, and the necessary resources are located, shared between agencies if necessary, and deployed at the right locations at the appropriate times. The evacuation and reentry status are monitored and used to refine the plan and resource allocations during the evacuation and subsequent reentry. This equipment package communicates with public health systems to develop evacuation plans and recommended strategies for disasters and evacuation scenarios involving biological or other medical hazards.
Florida Division of Emergency Management Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC) Emergency Evacuation Support This equipment package coordinates evacuation plans among allied agencies and manages evacuation and reentry of a population in the vicinity of a disaster or other emergency that poses a risk to public safety. Where appropriate, the affected population is evacuated in shifts, using more than one evacuation route, and including several evacuation destinations to spread demand and thereby expedite the evacuation. All affected jurisdictions (e.g., states and counties) at the evacuation origin, evacuation destination, and along the evacuation route are informed of the plan. The public is provided with real-time evacuation guidance including basic information to assist potential evacuees in determining whether evacuation is necessary. Resource requirements are forecast based on the evacuation plans, and the necessary resources are located, shared between agencies if necessary, and deployed at the right locations at the appropriate times. The evacuation and reentry status are monitored and used to refine the plan and resource allocations during the evacuation and subsequent reentry. This equipment package communicates with public health systems to develop evacuation plans and recommended strategies for disasters and evacuation scenarios involving biological or other medical hazards.
Floridas Turnpike Enterprise FTE EOC Emergency Evacuation Support This equipment package coordinates evacuation plans among allied agencies and manages evacuation and reentry of a population in the vicinity of a disaster or other emergency that poses a risk to public safety. Where appropriate, the affected population is evacuated in shifts, using more than one evacuation route, and including several evacuation destinations to spread demand and thereby expedite the evacuation. All affected jurisdictions (e.g., states and counties) at the evacuation origin, evacuation destination, and along the evacuation route are informed of the plan. The public is provided with real-time evacuation guidance including basic information to assist potential evacuees in determining whether evacuation is necessary. Resource requirements are forecast based on the evacuation plans, and the necessary resources are located, shared between agencies if necessary, and deployed at the right locations at the appropriate times. The evacuation and reentry status are monitored and used to refine the plan and resource allocations during the evacuation and subsequent reentry. This equipment package communicates with public health systems to develop evacuation plans and recommended strategies for disasters and evacuation scenarios involving biological or other medical hazards.

List of Flows on this Diagram
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Source Element Architecture Flow Destination Element
FTE EOC emergency plan coordination County EOCs/Warning Points
FTE EOC evacuation coordination County EOCs/Warning Points
Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC) emergency plan coordination County EOCs/Warning Points
Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC) evacuation coordination County EOCs/Warning Points
FTE EOC emergency plan coordination Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC)
FTE EOC evacuation coordination Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC)
County EOCs/Warning Points emergency plan coordination Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC)
County EOCs/Warning Points evacuation coordination Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC)
Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC) emergency plan coordination FTE EOC
Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC) evacuation coordination FTE EOC
County EOCs/Warning Points emergency plan coordination FTE EOC
County EOCs/Warning Points evacuation coordination FTE EOC