As first responders around the world cope with the impacts of COVID 19, Tablet Command continues to support our customers by providing access to expanded Tablet Command services at no additional cost for the duration of this emergency. Tablet Command is resilient by design, and the Tablet Command team and infrastructure are agile and well positioned for events of this kind. We are committed to doing everything we can to support the public safety community and response personnel.
Topics: mutual aid, incident management, EOC
In response to customer demand, we have created a bundled basic version of Tablet Command Enterprise. Not surprisingly, we call it Tablet Command Basic!
Topics: Esri, fireground accountability, Tablet Command, TC Mobile, incident management
While the North American wildland fire season has wound down with the arrival of winter, our attention turns to Australia where fires are devastating the entire country. Let's look back at how North American Tablet Command customers used mapping, location, and incident management tools to enhance operational efficiency and responder safety while gaining an advantage during the 2019 Fire Season.
Topics: forest fire, wildland, TC Mobile, incident management, GIS
Tablet Command, a leading provider of mobile notification, response and incident management solutions for first responders, is pleased to announce the addition of two professionals to our team.
Topics: incident management, mobile response and incident management software
Real time digital mapping improves turnout and response times and can save the lives of citizens as well as the responders who serve them. Wall maps and map books have been the standard in the public safety for decades.
Emergency response personnel increasingly rely on mobile response and incident management solutions such as Tablet Command.
Topics: mobile incident software, TC Mobile, incident response, incident management
Recently, I attended an in-service instructor class taught by a well-respected subject matter expert. This was a one time only event, so the room was packed. Unfortunately I was seated next to a firefighter with a portable radio.
Inevitably, a run was dispatched, and everyone was distracted by the radio traffic between responders and the dispatch center.
Topics: mobile command, mobile incident software, incident command, incident management software, TC Mobile, Cloud-based incident command software, Resource Management, incident response, incident management