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.
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.
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.
The Fire Data Lab isdedicated to accelerating the use of data-driven decision making in the fire service throughout the United States. Created as a partnership between the Western Fire Chiefs Association (WFCA), multiple Public Safety Organizations (PSOs), and Intterra, the Fire Data Lab (FDL) facilitates the sharing of data among participating agencies. The goal is to improve fire service outcomes by revealing opportunities to do things like shorten call response times, or better allocate resources. Using science and data for better planning and decision making means fire agency leadership has a better foundation to build toward better results. Read on for more detail about how you can bring data science into your operation.
It's been exceptionally dry here in Colorado. We've seen very little rain or snow in the last several months, and it's creating the potential for an explosive wildfire season. Fire departments all over Colorado are taking the time to prepare themselves in the coming weeks for whatever the future may bring, and several agencies have already deployed Intterra's Situation Analyst (SA) & its Field Tool.
At Intterra, we absolutely love hearing about the incredible feats you have accomplished while using our tools. It really is the driving force behind our constant desire to evolve and create new, innovative ideas! When we see how each of our clients is tailoring their system to better suit their unique needs and problems, we truly feel inspired. And you should too!