Intterra and Alchemy Management Solutions are proud to be hosting a five-day Community Risk Reduction workshop on December 2-6, 2019 in San Bernardino, California at the San Bernardino County Regional Emergency Training Center.
Leaders from the Southern California fire community, Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris, and Intterra gathered in Los Alamitos on Monday, September 23, 2019 for a demonstration and press conference on the new 150-day pilot program, known as FIRIS.
From the outset, Intterra has aimed to help fire departments use data to analyze their current performance and learn how to get better, both for their personnel and the communities they serve.
According to a recent report, 1 in 4 Californians lives in a ‘high risk’ wildfire area. After one of the deadliest and most destructive seasons in history, Orange County Fire Authority area officials have submitted approval for a new program aimed to improve wildfire support and minimize response time.
This week "Team DSoft" (DSoft Technology in Colorado Springs and Intterra in Castle Rock) was awarded a two-year sole-source contract by the US Forest Service to develop, test, deliver, and maintain a system to help the Angeles National Forest (ANF) address wildfire risk and response.
Intterra brought together customers, partners, and fire service professionals in San Diego, CA at its inaugural Fire Operations Summit to host presentations and talks about the current state of the service and projections for its future. Continue reading to hear about the key takeaways from the event.
There is a shift in technology use within the fire industry toward analytics due to the potential that data has to improve agency efficiency and decision making. While the fire service community as a whole has not fully transitioned operational protocol to incorporate the use of data analytics technology, it is a popular topic of discussion. This blog discusses the waves of industry technology use throughout history, the potential for growth towards operational usage of analytics, and what’s in store for the future of analytics throughout the fire service community.