EMI for all reports from LCM and CMV

Wednesday 27 December 2017
During the course of 2018, reports from the National Central Reporting Point (LCM) on the underlying road network and recovery orders from the Central Truck Reporting Point (CMV) will be passed on to recovery operators via the Electronic Incident Management Reporting System (EMI). As a result, the EMI will be the most important electronic instrument for the issuing of orders to recovery companies in the Netherlands.

The use of EMI for LCM reports on non-IM roads is currently undergoing live testing at Vreugdenhil Berging, Delta Berging & Transport, Autohulpdienst Ben Heiltjes and 1e Arnhemse Wegen- en Sleepdienst van Amerongen BV. Discussions are underway with the Stichting Incident Management Vrachtauto’s (STIMVA – the foundation responsible for truck IM reporting) concerning the use of EMI for trucks.

EMI for all reports from LCM and CMV

Wim Moens at the IM 2014 event

The responsibility for the construction, testing and national implementation of the new functionalities of EMI lies with Wim Moens, the IT coordinator of Stichting IMN. As soon as the new version of EMI is completed, he will be made responsible for functional management and user support. In the period 2005 – 2010, Wim Moens was involved in the design of the Incident Management Arrival Time system (AIM) and the supervision of its construction. Between 2011 and 2014, he played an important role in the design, construction and implementation of EMI. Right from the start, he has been responsible for functional and part of the technical management of both systems.

EMI for all reports from LCM and CMV

The IM team at Xebia India, from left to right: Anand Sahay (CEO), Sharad (front-end development), Brijesh Pant (back-end development), Prayag Mittal (mobile development), Nitin Gupta (mobile development), Manoj Mohan (director delivery), Shantanu Rautela (back-end development), Ashok Fenn (head of sales) and in the foreground Ishika Banjerjee (back-end development).

The software development for EMI was outsourced by Stichting IMN to Xebia India. Over the past few years, this company in Gurgaon, a suburb of New Delhi, has accrued huge expertise in the field of incident management and operational procedures for the deployment of recovery companies in the Netherlands. This knowledge represents a sound basis for the rapid implementation of new functions and any necessary alterations.

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