Emergencies are complicated, but the technology used to respond to them doesn't have to be.
Cut the disaster in disaster relief.
Dispatch first responders and authorized personnel. Move crews. House crews.
Dispatch crews quickly
Quick dispatch first responders or rescue crews to disaster zones. Let personnel at the affected area know they’re coming.
By creating a responder profile for every crew member, all members of your operation will always know in real-time who is allowed to go where.
Rooms & transport
Assign available beds, vehicles, buses and charter planes to your crews. Book hotels, cars and flights when existing resources aren’t enough.
Track every bed and seat at your crew’s disposal to ensure no resource goes unused
Connect central dispatchers, personnel posted in communication trailers and responder crews in one system to ensure everyone have the most up-to-date information.
Run your training facilities
Manage crews at your training facility. Run your fire camp or disaster relief training facility.
Track & estimate meals
Know what training group each crew member is a part of and bill their meals accordingly. Forecast food needs for up to six months.
Book training equipment
Manage event rooms and training apparatus used by different training groups to maximize utilization at your facility.
Give group leaders the ability to open up registration to training participants online so they can register themselves.
National defense housing
Run your barracks or military base. Manage rooms, people and meals.
Run your barracks
Manage beds and rooms for your service members while they are at base.
Manage service members on-site
Track the whereabouts of service members on-site to ensure everyone is where they're supposed to be at all times.
Track and forecast meals
Track the meal consumption of your service members and project the need for meals for the next six months.