PREMIUM MAPPING SYSTEM
Dozens of units meet in the field during major search operations, floods, security operations or a tornado strike and it is not easy to coordinate them separately, but what about when fire and rescue services, emergency medical services and law enforcement agencies respond together?
Reduce inaccurate communication over radios, give commanders the best possible insight into the situation, and make informed decisions that save lives, not just in emergencies, but every day.
Paramedics or firefighters are trying to navigate through an unfamiliar area in a tense situation. Dispatchers are overwhelmed with radio reports and precious minutes are ticking away.
Units in the field need to relay current information as accurately as possible, not only to dispatchers, but to other responders. Without effective communication, coordination fails. Will the wind during a wildfire pick up or will the riotous crowd change direction? Then an immediate action is required.
Assessing the situation
A picture is worth a thousand words. Communicating over the radio means having to transcribe information. The ability to view actual photos and videos of the fire or to navigate according to the drawings on the map is invaluable. Find a field hospital or hydrant with one click.
In natural disasters, the situation changes by the minute. Even those who help others are in danger. An early warning of an approaching storm is just as important as being able to call for help.
Were all the processes followed? Was there any mistake made? Poor navigation of units, difficulty to communicate, or late arrival may cause a problem. Without response analysis, it is impossible to improve.
REPLACE PAPER MAPS WITH A MODERN MAPPING SYSTEM
View all responding units in one map clearly, track their routes, collect, and share up-to-date information, photos, and videos with others. Keep an eye on the safety of your people and receive alerts if any of them is in life-threatening danger. After the response, assess if everything went according to process. View unit movement and arrival times in the historical timeline and you will be ready for anything.
A shared operational map showing the current location of units and their movements together with contextual data. Communicate information and instructions easily. See the entire intervention on a clear timeline.
Tablet navigation guides units to the scene quickly and accurately. Responding units can take photos and videos on the tablet, record changes and view information from others.
Field units are continuously monitored with an option to call for help with one touch in the event of sudden danger. The dispatcher or commander will receive an alert with an audio record.
Keep track of people in the field and vehicles. Link radios, GSM and satellite trackers together into one interface.
Fire, major traffic accident, or earthquake? GINA will help you in any situation that comes to mind.
Link your existing trackers, radios, or CAD system into our system. But we can also equip you from A to Z if needed.
Perfect situational awareness during and after the response. Keep all reports and multimedia in one place where you can refer back to them.