Fire Incident Dashboard is a configuration of ArcGIS Dashboards that can be used by fire command staff to monitor fire and EMS incidents sourced from computer aided dispatch or records management data. It can be used to visualize recent incident reports (for example, calls for service) and allows command staff to review daily activity for each station or district, maintain incident awareness, understand short-term trends, and monitor response times.
The Fire Incident Dashboard includes a geoprocessing toolbox that can be used to source incident data from computer aided dispatch or records management systems and create a series of incident layers for your agency. The Record Import toolbox can be downloaded and configured to load incident data in to your ArcGIS organization on an ad-hoc basis, or on a regularly scheduled interval. Once loaded in to your ArcGIS organization, the incident layers provide a foundation for a collection of operational, analytical, and public information maps and apps that can be used by your department.
To deploy Fire Incident Dashboard with the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool requires specific software.
Fire Incident Dashboard can be deployed in your ArcGIS organization without downloading the solution. When you deploy Fire Incident Dashboard in your organization, you'll find the following:
|Application||Fire Incident Dashboard||An application used by fire command staff to monitor fire and EMS incidents sourced from computer aided dispatch or records management data.|
|Map||Fire Incident Dashboard||A map used in the Fire Incident Dashboard application to monitor fire and EMS incidents.|
|Feature layers||FireServiceDistricts||A feature layer used to store administrative and response districts maintained by fire service agencies.|
|FireServiceDistricts_dashboard||A feature layer view used to monitor administrative and response districts maintained by fire service agencies.|
|FireIncidents||A feature layer used to store assignments that requires the presence of fire service professionals to resolve, correct or assist a particular situation.|
|FireIncidents_dashboard||A feature layer view used to monitor assignments that requires the presence of fire service professionals to resolve, correct or assist a particular situation.|
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