App to assist with initial evacuation following a hazmat incident. Based on Emergency Response Guide. User inputs chemical, size of release (small or large), time (day or night). App uses GPS (or user input) for location and NWS data (or user input) for wind direction. App maps the isolation and protection zones based on ERG.
The Seismic application parses an RSS feed from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) that provides data on recent earthquakes around the world. It displays the location, date, and magnitude of each earthquake, along with a color-coded graphic that indicates the severity of the earthquake.
AccuWeather have recently released a iPhone version of their weather forecast service available to iPhone users.
AccuWeather for iPhone provides hourly weather details, radar or satellite maps available for every ZIP code and three million international locations, severe weather alerts for all U.S. locations
- Includes the latest up-to-date emergency information from the American Heart Association.
- Review first aid procedures anytime, anywhere. From your home, to your car, to the wilderness.
- Easy to learn,... more »
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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 »
iPhone Only! Need help? Get it when needed from friends and family who can collaborate to solve the problem. Requires registration with an authorized IMOK Partner (partners.imoksecurity.com).
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 »
FloodWatch allows users to monitor rivers and streams throughout the United States.
By leveraging data from the US Geological Survey and National Weather Service, FloodWatch presents the most recent and historical river heights, precipitation totals, and flood stage data. Graphs are available to help you visualize the rise and fall of the river.
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 »
When disaster strikes know when and where shelters have been opened to provide assistance.
Offered by the American Red Cross, the application maps locations and shelter details across the United States. Zoom in to the local area. View shelter details: the agency managing the shelter, capacity of the shelter and current population, the associated disaster event and the specific shelter address and... more »
Because a disaster can occur at any time and your family members might not all be at the same location, it's important to plan in advance what your family should do during an emergency. Using Disaster Ready you can create a deck of cards containing information your family can use to contact each other, find shelter, and... more »