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IamResponding.com's patented* system lets you know immediately who is responding to your calls and dispatches, where they are responding, and when they will be responding. This saves critical time, and reduces response times, for fire departments, EMS agencies, SAR and technical rescue teams, and any other incident response teams when responding to emergencies.
With IamResponding.com, you will:
- Know immediately if you have a full crew on the way, or if you need to page additional personnel;
- Stop waiting for members who are not on their way, and stop leaving the station just as others are coming around the corner;
- Know who is responding to the station, scene or any other location; and
- Reduce response times!
IamResponding.com includes many other great features, including:
- FREE apps, with fully integrated Google MapsTM
- Text, email and push messaging of your dispatches;
- Hydrant and water source mapping;
- 30+ map marker icons (truss construction infomation, Knox BoxTM information and locations, road closures, bridge height and weight restrictions, and many more);
- An instant mass-messaging system for enhanced communications within your department or team;
- Web-based scheduling;
- Full incident reporting;
- Training and Drill tracking and reporting;
- Attendance (meetings, fundraisers, etc) tracking and reporting;
- Class completion tracking and reporting;
- Service award point (LOSAP) tracking and reporting;
- Expiration date tracking and reporting (e.g. for all certifications);
- Apparatus status tracking;
- A fully interactive calendar;
- And much more!
System overview videos are viewable here.
Fully automated and web-based - no software or unique hardware required!
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*US Patents 8,009,810, 8,848,877 B2; CA Patent 2,676,134; AU Patent 2008208041; NZ Patent 578654; International Patents Pending