BeschreibungECM2 allows participating organizations to receive real-time emergency alerts and notifications.
-Incident Responding: When a new incident is sent to your phone you can choose to either respond to it or not, if you are responding to the scene you choose if you are going directly to the scene or to the fire house first.
-Mobile Mapping: ECM2 has a mapping feature where you can view where the incident currently is on you mobile phone.
-Incident Navigation: ECM2 allows you to get turn by turn voice navigation driving directions to an incident that you are responding to.
-Hydrant Viewer: If you are at an incident and need to know where the closest hydrant is to the incident just click the hydrant button on the incident map and it will show you where all the hydrant’s are in the set radius right on the map.
- Two-Way Distribution List Messaging: Distribution List Messaging allows you to send out a communication to all the people currently in that list. Then they can either reply to the individual sender or to the entire list again.
-Station Calendar: The station calendar is where there is a list of notable station events coming up, you can also sync these events to you android calendar application to sync with your other mobile android devices.
-Emergency Notes: An Emergency Note is additional information about an incident; the notes could be a simple description or showing that a section around the incident has been exacuated.
Being a fire chief you have additional features at your disposal.
-Hydrant Editor: Being a chief you can set and edit hydrant’s associated to your station and when an incident happens, the responders can see all the hydrant’s in the area of the incident. You can also edit hydrant information of already placed hydrants. You can give the hydrant a name, set the hydrant pressure, the flow rate, pipe diameter and cap color of the hydrant. You can also leave a little description about the hydrant if you want.
-Responders List: As a chief you can also view who and to where a person is responding to. As a responder they can either choose to be responding directly to the scene or they are going to the fire house first.