Common Operating Picture

Inside the Multi Agency Command Center for Super Bowl 52

The Multi Agency Command Center (MACC) is hosting over 80 law enforcement officers from different agencies during Super Bowl 52.  Within The MACC, officials are able to see a real-time view of the City of Minneapolis with the assistance of local tech companies Geo-Comm and Securonet. Geo-Comm offers a 3-D rendering of the city and U.S. Bank Stadium while Securonet offers FieldWatch™, a blue-force tracking application that allows video streaming direct from officers in the field.

The implementation of the MACC and the use of these technologies has allowed for greater security in Minneapolis and surrounding cities during the Super Bowl.  View the stories below to see what we're doing to help law enforcement keep you safe during Super Bowl 52.

http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2018/01/30/super-bowl-security-headquarters/

http://kstp.com/news/multi-agency-command-center-undisclosed-location-activated-for-super-bowl/4765279/?cat=1

http://www.fox9.com/news/inside-the-super-bowl-law-enforcement-command-center

Two Minnesota Tech Companies Will Play Big Role in Super Bowl Security

Safety during Super Bowl 52 is the biggest concern for the Minneapolis Police Department, not only for those who will be in town for the 10-day celebration but for law enforcement personnel too.  One tool that they have in their arsenal is Securonet’s FieldWatch™ platform, a mobile app that tracks officer locations and allows them to stream live video and audio to central command. 

 

We are working together with Geo-Comm to present our information on their 3-D map of the city on one Common Operating Picture (COP). This will be made available to law enforcement command centers throughout the city during the celebration.

 

Learn more about how the Minneapolis Police Department, Securonet, and Geo-Comm are working together to secure Minneapolis for Super Bowl 52 here.