Now get the real time data to share incident information, and monitor weather data and bushfire movement in real time . This has been made real by Australia which needed an tool to combat fires in the country . So
an audio visual information center is made with what is being described as “the largest digital video wall in the Southern Hemisphere” comprising 100 46-inch (116.8cm) LCD screens – has been completed.
The features of this video wall is 100 NEC 46-inch LCD energy saving screens are supported by 14 computer systems, four dedicated servers and 32 digital video inputs including digital television, Sky News and a helicopter-mounted camera system which can transmit video from the fire front back to the command centre video wall.
Earlier the real time information was difficult to get at the sam screen due to slow uploading of the news and others factors . This facility will also be used to monitor media coverage during fire response times, to assess the various statements being delivered by the media and determine what public information the Rural Fire Service needs to further provide when making formal statements to advise the public and the government on vital information