Common Operational Picture for Fire

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Save life, minimize property and business losses from fire related incidents
Following software is required for the deployment of this application

  • ArcGIS 10.0 for Desktop – Standard or Advanced
  • ArcGIS 10.0 for Server - Standard or Advanced, or an ArcGIS Online organizational account
Fire emergency management is crucial to protect life and property damage. It deals with emergency preparedness, response and recovery measures with a view to mitigating the human suffering and loss of property caused by natural disaster or emergency incidents threatening life and property. COP Fire is a robust integrated geo-spatial solution targeting firefighters, rescue workers and other types of emergency personnel in planning against, preparing for, responding to and recovering from emergencies and disasters due to fire incidents. Visualizing fire incidents and threat zones on the map helps to improve the response time, enhance safety and enable seamless planning to handle fire emergencies. Our solution addresses fire emergency situation like command & control, tactical planning, operations, logistics and public view. Fire fighters can identify fire threat zone, report and analyze fire incidents, generate fire incident history based on State/County/City, fire threat analysis to identify the area to be evacuated based on the type of fire, identify fire stations and plan new stations based on the response time, generate wild fire report and heat map to identify the area most affected by wild fire, drive time analysis report and others for various types of fire.
  • Identify threat zones due to hazardous gases released during fire outbreak
  • Fire threat analysis to identify the area to be evacuated based on a the type of fire outbreak
  • Add/Identify the details of fire incident occurred at a particular location
  • Analyze the history of fire incidents based on State/County/City
  • Identify the location of existing fire stations and plan new fire stations analyzing blackout zones for existing locations
  • Display the fire report, heat map report in form of pie-chart, bar diagram and table
  • Drive time analysis to rescue the affected people to shelters/hospitals