iQuakeLite for iPad displays graphic heatmaps of the latest earthquakes. Colored dots show location, time and intensity of the latest earthquakes. Visually intuitive iQuakeLite will show you immediately what is going on.
Hurricanes, floods, tornados, earthquakes, shooter on campus, hockey riots and more. We live in wildly unpredictable times. When stuff happens near you, having the best information can help you get out of harm’s way.
ELERTS allows people on the street to make a difference by sharing what they see during an emergency. By using smartphones with cameras, GPS and mapping, average citizens can become Citizen... more »
ArcGIS is a great way to discover and use maps. Maps come to life in ArcGIS. Tap on the map or use your current location and discover information about what you see. You can query the map, search and find interesting information, measure distances and areas of interest and share maps with others.
GeoMobile for ArcGIS is a free ArcGIS mobile viewer.
It is highly customizable, and allows analysis and visualization of spatial data in ArcGIS. The application lets users load their own map layers via a Web hosted configuration file. It also includes a range of tools including annotation/measure, interactive overview map, geo-coder, search, routing and a geolocator.
POM (Peace of Mind) Alert is based on our patent-pending alert system which is intended to keep your family safe with location-based alerts and real-time notification of these alerts. This application was designed to be easy to use and take full advantage of advanced push notification and GPS capabilities... more »
The term "Active Hazards" refers to a collection of current and real-time incidents (compiled from authoritative sources) which have been designated "potentially hazardous to people, property, or assets" by the PDC DisasterAWARE™️... more »
For the first time ever, wildland and structural, paid and volunteer firefighters have access to pre-
incident arrival information. Currently, firefighters receive little to no information prior to arriving at
the scene of a wildland fire. The FireWhat App gives responders visibility of homes in the area, creeks
for water... more »
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Hurricane Harvey had many lessons learned, two follow:
1. Not every city or area can or will be evacuated even with prior notice of an approaching disaster.
2. Texas responder asked survivors to hang towels and/or shirts on their doors and windows to help identify people were in the building. This establishes there is a need to go one step beyond... more »