Israeli technology company Simplex 3D is stepping up to enhance the safety and preparedness of communities across the country following the tragic events of October 7. The company, known for its innovative 3D urban management and planning solutions, is now extending its expertise to strengthen the defense capabilities of local authorities and municipalities.
The initiative will open the technology to communities that have not yet been modeled to be up and running within a few days with a defense system to manage emergency incidents, with either a three-dimensional model or a standard map,” said co-founder and CEO Avi Aflalo.
In addition to the 3D models, the Simplex 3D system offers features such as incident reporting via mobile phones, GPS tracking of authority vehicles, and real-time monitoring of forces on the ground.
Lacking accurate maps
One of the main challenges faced by conflict-impacted communities is the absence of up-to-date maps of buildings and facilities, which can hamper rapid and effective responses to security incidents. With the outbreak of recent hostilities, Simplex 3D is providing its platform and 3D models of over 100 cities to local authorities and emergency teams free of charge.
“The current situation obligates us to respond to the call of the hour. We are here to help our security forces and come to the aid of every Israeli citizen. We are offering our management and control systems to every local authority that turns to us, to defend, protect and respond to security threats and attacks,” Aflalo said.