Responding firefighters use their smartphones to indicate their intent to respond to an emergency situation and to see a complete list of other responders, granting them greater flexibility when responding to an incident. FireQ-RVS uses real-time, GPS services for accurate location information and ETA calculations. The quality and quantity of communication and coordination of firefighters during an emergency affects the time required to take control of the event, and it affects the time required to mitigate it.
• Detailed information for all members about who is responding, with ETA information
• State-of-the-art GPS mapping technologies
• Stand down communication option
• Closed-loop communication features for active department members
• Incident report creation
• Inventory tracking
• Training and certification tracking
• Increased safety for firefighters when en route to an incident
FireQ-RVS is a natural evolution in fire services communication and increases the communication and coordination during response processes. Firefighters respond with more information, increased confidence and the security of being counted as a responder. For more information, please visit us at www.fireq-rvs.com.
The Fireservice app allows property managers, condo managers, insurance agents, building supervisors and residential property owners to contact their personal customer care advocate for immediate response.
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This application allows dispatchers to send trip information to drivers and receive updates on trip status(loaded, completed, etc.).
It tracks GPS position and uploads this information to the server at specified intervals. It also implements internal messaging, which keeps all messages in one system.
The driver always has access to future trip information for better planning.
Trailer inspections - the driver can inspect the trailer, add comments, and refer to a list of preselected options for damage. Up to 4 pictures for each side can be taken. All information is uploaded to the office, reducing time and paperwork.
The application currently is available in 4 languages (configured in Preferences): English, Russian, Polish, Spanish
The application provides added support for images in messages. The user can easily take up to 4 pictures while composing a message.
To enter demo mode - click "Menu" and select "Demo"
-Incident Responding: When a new incident is sent to your phone you can choose to either respond to it or not, if you are responding to the scene you choose if you are going directly to the scene or to the fire house first.
-Mobile Mapping: ECM2 has a mapping feature where you can view where the incident currently is on you mobile phone.
-Incident Navigation: ECM2 allows you to get turn by turn voice navigation driving directions to an incident that you are responding to.
-Hydrant Viewer: If you are at an incident and need to know where the closest hydrant is to the incident just click the hydrant button on the incident map and it will show you where all the hydrant’s are in the set radius right on the map.
- Two-Way Distribution List Messaging: Distribution List Messaging allows you to send out a communication to all the people currently in that list. Then they can either reply to the individual sender or to the entire list again.
-Station Calendar: The station calendar is where there is a list of notable station events coming up, you can also sync these events to you android calendar application to sync with your other mobile android devices.
-Emergency Notes: An Emergency Note is additional information about an incident; the notes could be a simple description or showing that a section around the incident has been exacuated.
Being a fire chief you have additional features at your disposal.
-Hydrant Editor: Being a chief you can set and edit hydrant’s associated to your station and when an incident happens, the responders can see all the hydrant’s in the area of the incident. You can also edit hydrant information of already placed hydrants. You can give the hydrant a name, set the hydrant pressure, the flow rate, pipe diameter and cap color of the hydrant. You can also leave a little description about the hydrant if you want.
-Responders List: As a chief you can also view who and to where a person is responding to. As a responder they can either choose to be responding directly to the scene or they are going to the fire house first.
-To get ScannerRadio to work properly you need to launch ScannerRadio, hit menu and go to settings, click General Settings and enable "Automatically stat Playing" in the list. After that is enabled find your local station in the app and click on it to listen to it. Now every time the app is started, this station will be played
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue is an I.S.O. Class One fire department as well as an accredited agency by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International. The department provides all fire suppression, prevention and education programs in the city as well as paramedic emergency medical services to the residents and visitors of the Las Vegas community. In addition, the department also has a Bomb Squad, Hazardous Materials Team and Technical Rescue Team that provides services for the city as well as the rest of Clark County. The Fire Alarm Office / Fire & Medical 9-1-1 Center is also located at Las Vegas Fire & Rescue.