This is the official Android application presenting information on bushfires for the participating fire agencies in the Australian states and territories and in New Zealand, developed by the NSW Rural Fire Service.
This application provides information on current incidents across Australia and New Zealand attended by those participating agencies. It also provides information on total fire bans.
The application gives users the ability to source information on incidents near them, using the 'Fires near Me' function.
The 'Fires near Me' application is in trial, and as such its features may vary. Support for the application is not provided due to its inherent simplicity. More information may be found http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au or the web site for the fire agency in your local state or territory or in New Zealand.
Your feedback, however, is gratefully sought, and will help us develop an even more useful way of giving you information on fires near you. Please send any feedback here: firstname.lastname@example.org .
For further information, please see http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au .
Initially centres the map on your Current Position.
Allows you to choose another location, e.g. the destination for your weekend holiday, and centres on that location.
Lets you know if there is a fire within 50 km of your location.
Displays any fires within a 10 km radius of your location.
Allows you to see a list of the bush fires from participating agencies, sorted by their proximity to your location--the closest being sorted to the top of the list.
Tap on the fire and you will see some information about the fire. Tap on the arrow (">") and you will see the list of bush fires.
Top on the arrow (">") of a fire within the list of bush fires, you will see a screen of more details on that particular fire.
Tap the map button from the Details page and the map page appears centred on that fire.
If a Total Fire Ban is active for today or tomorrow for your location – and that information has been provided by the fire agency in your local state or territory or in New Zealand – the Total Fire Ban symbol appears on the screen to warn you of this.
Fires are listed by the name of the nearest town or village, if available. This makes it easier for you to recognise where it is, so that you can avoid it!
PREPARE. ACT. SURVIVE. Have a Bush Fire Survival Plan and keep up to date on fires in your area.
© State of New South Wales through the NSW Rural Fire Service 2011
While some of the information contained is in summary form and uses “rules of thumb,” it is sufficient to assist in making operational decisions or to use as a quick reference in operational planning, and training.
Included are online calculators for forest and grass fire predictions, and a converter to show your current position as latitude/longitude, map grid reference, and street directory reference. The app and its calculators can be used whether or not there is mobile network coverage.
The app’s content is based on the most recent (2010) hard copy of the NSW RFS Pocketbook. Content can be updated at any time over the air, and will be amended as needed.
◾ GPS location summary, providing both lat-long and grid references
◾ A utility for converting between lat-long and UTM grid references
◾ A utility for converting between grid and magnetic bearings
◾ A utility to record key incident times for post-event reporting
◾ Forest and grass fire danger index calculators (McArthur meters)
◾ Overall fuel hazard calculator
◾ The NSW Rural Fire Service fire fighters pocket book
Development of these tools started as a personal challenge, as there was nothing of this kind available for Android at that time. Requests and suggestions from friends and colleagues have taken the project from something that was very rough and basic to what you see here today. As such, suggestions for added features and feedback on bugs and performance are most welcome.
Information Feeds Includes:
* Ambulance NSW
* Fire and Rescue
* Marine Rescue
* NSW HEalth
* St John
* NSW SES
* Surf Lifesaving
* Live Traffic
Please note that all these links are freely available on the internet. I have simply brought them all together in a single easy to read app.
With this application you can also get the address or GPS coordinates of your location by means of geolocation, and it can easily send an SMS or an Email to the person you are interested to contact in case of emergency.
It has been translated into 35 languages, covering more than 200 countries and geographic areas that form the potential target of this wonderful and useful application.
Languages: German, Arabic, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Chinese, Korean, Croatian, Danish, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Finnish, French, Greek , Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, English, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Latvian, Dutch, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Swedish, Thai and Turkish.
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Email Contact: email@example.com
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Quick Guide: (also shown on app startup and on selecting help-menu)
Step 1 – Enable ADB Debugging
In order for the Fire TV to accept sideloaded apps, you must enable ADB Debugging. You may turn it back off once you’re done sideloading apps.
From the home screen, scroll down to “Settings”
Scroll right to “SYSTEM”
Scroll down to “Developer Options”
Change “ADB debugging” to “ON”
Change ”Unknown Sources” to ”ON”
Step 2 – Obtain your Fire TV’s IP Address
From the home screen, scroll down to “Settings”
Scroll right to “SYSTEM”
Scroll down to “Network”
Write down the numbers next to “IP Address”
Beta Version with a known bug: if you write wrong ip adress (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, no spaces, input with “.”) app will hang, also sometimes after transfering all apps too. if all apps installed on your firetv you may safely force-close the app from your phone's settings menu. will be fixed in next releases.
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• Voice Search
• Simple Navigation
• Playback Controls
• Keyboard for simple text entry
• Works with Amazon Fire TV Stick
• Support for Amazon Fire TV with software version 1.4.1
• Designed for simple navigation and playback control
• For game play use the remote included with your Fire TV or the optional Amazon Fire game controller
• Multicast enabled router required
• Make sure the device with the Fire TV Remote App is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Fire TV.
• Make sure another device isn't currently display mirroring to your Fire TV, as this will prevent the Fire TV Remote App from pairing.
• If you have advanced settings set up on your Wireless router, make sure Multicast support is enabled.
Still having trouble?
• Disconnect the power cord from your Fire TV for three seconds, and then plug the power cord back in. Or, on your Amazon Fire TV Remote press and hold the Select button and the Play button at the same time until Fire TV restarts (about five seconds).
• On the device with the app, clear the application data for the Fire TV Remote app. On Android devices, go to Settings > Apps > Fire TV > Clear data.
• Reboot the mobile device and then open the app again.
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HOW THE APP WORKS
To scan a QR code simply open the app, point the camera at the code, and you’re done! There is no need to take a photo or press a button. QR Code Reader will automatically recognize any QR code your camera is pointing at.
When scanning a QR code, if the code contains a website URL, you will automatically be taken to the site. If the code just contains text, you'll immediately see it. For other formats such as phone numbers, email addresses, or contact info, you will be prompted to take the appropriate action.
• View a history list of all of your past scans
• Sync your scan history across the web and all of your devices
• Scan pictures of QR codes from your camera roll
• A switch to turn on your device’s light (if it has one) for scanning in low-light circumstances
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In order to use QR Code Reader, your device must have a built-in camera. When scanning codes that redirect to online content, such as websites, you will need Internet connectivity.
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Update: We recently released a new Wi-Fi QR code type on our site. These new Wi-Fi QR codes allow visitors to your home or business scan a QR code to get easy access to your wireless network.
* NSW SES Website
* NSW SES Facebook
* NSW SES Youtube
* NSW SES Twitter
* BoM Warnings
* NSW SES Contact Information
* SES Floodsafe Mobile Website
* SES Storm Safe Mobile Website
* NSW SES Act
The NSW SES uses social media to distribute important messages to the community during events.
NOTE: Storm safe and Flood safe are available as official apps on their own - Basically an android frame for a mobile website. I have noticed that sometimes the storm safe and flood safe MOBILE website do hang/freeze - especially the back button does not work and the vertical scroll stops working. There is very little I can do about these as my app only loads the mobile websites into an android 'frame'. If freezing occurs on these screens, you can 'escape' by clicking the drop down menu title bar. (see screen shot).
Prepare yourself and your home for a bush fire in NSW by completing your Bush Fire Survival Plan now. Your Plan can help stop you from making rushed and dangerous decisions at the last moment and provides information on how to better prepare for bush fire.
This application will guide you through the steps necessary to prepare your Bush Fire Survival Plan.
The NSW Rural Fire Service encourages you to complete your plan with your family, so everyone knows what they will do if a fire starts.
Sometimes, no matter how well prepared you are, things don’t go to plan. That’s why, whether you plan to Leave Early or Stay and Defend, you need a back-up plan.
Planning to make a plan is not a plan.
Within the application you can:
• Create a profile
• Understand the fire risk in your area of NSW
• Prepare your family with emergency contact numbers and an Emergency Survival Kit
• Save emergency contact numbers to your phone
• Prepare your property by completing a check list of tasks relevant to your home
• Create your personalised Leave Early Plan by deciding where you’ll go, what you’ll take and what your triggers will be to leave
• Create your Stay and Defend Plan by deciding what tasks you will complete when a fire is approaching your home and during a fire.
• Decide on back up routes, place of last resort and what you’ll do if it’s too late to leave in your Back Up Plan
• Get live Fire Danger Ratings for your area