Cal OES (California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services) is live on their Next-Gen SCOUT (Next Generation Situation Awareness and Collaboration Tool) program, powered by Intterra. Rollout of the new solution improves communication, coordination, and collaboration between first responders, emergency response coordinators, and other vital agencies to enhance tactical and operational response to fires and other emergencies, improving community safety across the state.
Intterra is supporting California Office of Emergency Services (OES), CALFIRE, FIRIS, California National Guard, US Air Force, and General Atomics in a joint exercise today with remote sensing products, bringing in live drone video into CALFIRE, CAL OES and federal common operating platforms to assist decision makers during the exercise and to enhance preparedness for earthquakes and other all-hazard situations.
The COVID-19 pandemic crisis has affected the lives of individuals worldwide. As people struggle to adopt a new sense of normalcy within their personal and professional lives—the virus remains a constant threat to public safety. As such, fire and emergency medical services have become a crucial component for protecting society’s health and well-being.