Overview

Fire Incident Maps can be used by fire departments to create a fire incident layer and a collection of incident maps (Incident Type, Responding Company, Cause, Response Time, and so on) from data managed in Computer Aided Dispatch or Records Management systems. The collection of incident maps provide a visual context for data-driven decision making in a fire department.

Fire Incident Maps includes Python scripts that can be used to update incident data, stored in an ArcGIS Online organization or Portal for ArcGIS instance, on an ad-hoc basis or at a regular interval.

Requirements

Fire Incident Maps require specific software.

Requirement Description
Software
Map authoring
  • ArcMap 10.3 - 10.5
  • ArcGIS Online subscription
GIS service hosting
  • ArcGIS Online subscription, or
  • ArcGIS for Server 10.3 - 10.4 (Standard or Advanced), or
  • ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5 (Standard or Advanced)
Application
  • Maps and Apps Gallery (ArcGIS Online configurable application template)

What you get

When you download Fire Incident Maps, you'll find the following files:

Directory Item Description
MapsandGeodatabase FireIncidents.mxd A map document used to publish the FireIncidents service.
Reports A folder used to store import and publish incidents log files.
SampleData A folder containing a sample incident file typically derived from a Computer Aided Dispatch or Records Management System.
Scripts A folder containing Python scripts used for importing and publishing incidents.
IncidentMapping.tbx A toolbox with tools used for importing and publishing incidents.
LocalGovernment.gdb ArcGIS for Local Government geodatabase with content from the City of Naperville, Illinois.

What's new

Below are the release dates and notes for Fire Incident Maps.

Date Description
March 2017
  • Most recent LocalGovernment.gdb
January 2017
  • Support for ArcGIS 10.5
June 2016
  • Most recent LocalGovernment.gdb
February 2016
  • Support for ArcGIS 10.4
December 2015
  • First version of Fire Incident Maps

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