How Tablet Command Turns Incident Commanders Into Super Heroes!

by Tony Vanneman

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Tablet Command Version 1.6.6 Released

by Van Riviere

Later today (Wednesday Oct. 17, 2018), Tablet Command will be making its latest version available in the App Store.  Version 1.6.6 will be available for manual update for the next 7 days. Beginning Wednesday Oct. 24, 2018, users who have application auto-update enabled will be updated using Phased Release.  This version has been tested over the last several weeks by our beta users and feedback has been positive. This version resolves known issues as well as providing enhancements for our Tablet Command Enterprise Pro 2 Way customers. General Features Delete persistent incident(s) in CAD incident list using two fingers swipe (right to left) Add option to export device logs in Setting > App Support Increase the number of units available in the map tray on the iPad Pro (from 10 to 13) Resolve searching an address when manually creating an incident Resolved “No Internet Connection” message false positive(s) Changed “No Internet Connection” to “Cannot Connect to Tablet Command” Enterprise Features Resolved issue when a unit is assigned in managed incident - personnel were removed from the assigned unit Tablet Command Pro 2 Way Features Change view to Overview screen when assigned to an incident CAD Status Menu now allows users to switch to assigned incident CAD Status Menu displays unit’s post location from CAD Added ability for a user to swap a physical vehicle (TriTech Inform CAD) Added self-assign button Add ability for any user and incident manager to add a comment back to CAD incident record On behalf of the Tablet Command team we thank you for your support of Tablet Command. If you have questions or encounter challenges please contact your Tablet Command account representative, or submit a support request to support@tabletcommand.com .[…]

SITUATIONAL AWARENESS (SA) AND ENHANCED FIREFIGHTER SAFETY

by Van Riviere

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Down the Dark, Smoky Hallway—What Firefighting and Startups Have in Common

by Andy Bozzo

December 01, 2016 Posted in startup, mobile incident software, Tablet Command

I love the variety of experiences I have every day as a firefighter. The constant stimulus suits my ADHD personality. On any given day, I could be involved ina house fire, a rope rescue, a wildfire, a terrorist attack (God forbid), or a major earthquake. We train for all of it—in fact, training is the one constant—and there’s instant gratification and constant motion all the time. Hurray dopamine! Starting a business provides some of the same types of stimulus. It’s an adventure into[…]

Opening Day

by Andy Bozzo

For sports fans, myself included, Spring is a wonderful time of year. Of course there’s March Madness and tons of college sports championships, and the NHL, and NBA playoff picture is shaping up.[…]

Big Buttons

by Andy Bozzo

We’re a long way from the black and white images of cops with their feet up on the desk and firemen playing cribbage in Fire Station USA. Since 9/11 and the dawn of the iPad, emergency services is becoming increasingly armed with the latest and most intuitive technological enhancements from the consumer space to track, measure, and analyze.[…]