Multiple users can collaboratively build custom maps. Stack multiple map layers, add markers, add objects such as shapes and lines, and create area assignments.
Anyone granted access can interact with a map: zoom in and out, turn map layers on and off, and customize their view to fit their needs without affecting others.
Real-time location sharing, route tracking, and collaborative map editing gives command an unprecidented number of tools for managing resources.
Secure multiuser accounts allow real-time building and editing of maps and data. Administrators can manage users and permissions. Every user account in a team is upgraded to the highest tier of features.
Create assignments, monitor progress, and track outcomes using a specialized suite of tools.
Use Live Tracking to monitor real-time team locations. Record their tracks. Real-time collaboration allows field crews and command to see map edits instantaneously.
All your team maps and GIS assets in one place. With the ability to control access and privileges for each user, sharing and coordinating has never been easier.
Complex and large-scale events can require extra man power and cooperation between multiple organizations. Instantly scale at no additional cost to meet the incident's needs.
Make decisions in real-time with all the latest data and information in front of you on one collaborative interactive map.
When a field team makes edits to the map, command and other field teams see it instantaneously.
Live Tracking lets you know where every one of your field resources is and isn't. Monitor their progress and check-off their assignments.
Every team member can edit and contribute to a map, not just the GIS Specialists. Our robust mobile app has essentailly all the features of our desktop app.
Adding markers and points of interest such as clues appear in real-time for all users. Command can react to those updates and edit or create assignments for field teams.
Field teams will see new or updated assignments appear on their map in real-time or as soon as they get a signal.