GIS Fire Mapping

Fire Mapping and Meteorological Data Visualization System

GISposseGISPosse™ is the advanced Fire Mapping and Data Visualization system for the FirePosse™ Early Warning Fire Detection System GISPosse™ provides advanced web-based mapping capabilities for quickly identifying the location of detected fires in a geospatial context. Utilizing advanced 4D real-time and forecast meteorology data, GISPosse™ not only visualizes the exact location of detected fires, but predicts the movement of fire and smoke in response to meteorological conditions such as wind speed and wind direction. The system is designed to quickly identify the location of detected fires and provide geospatial awareness of the surrounding area including the display of potentially impacted physical features, fire response assets, and other resources of interest. Operating in conjunction with Firebreak’s revolutionary Flame Sensor and FirePosse™ Early Warning Fire Detection System, GISPosse™ provides the end user with a cost effective mapping and data visualization solution.Quick and accurate detection of a fire is only the first step to protecting the public and limiting the impacts to physical assets and other natural resources. The next step is effective communication and management of response efforts.


GISPosse™ Architecture

GISPosse™ advanced GIS tools, data analysis, and map-based visualization, play a key role in ensuring the accurate and rapid communication of critical information to emergency responders.

Visualization of the fire and resulting smoke plume in real-time and the forecasted movement over the next 24-48 hours are the primary capabilities GISPosse™ provides.

Armed with this information stakeholders are able to 1) keep fire response assets out of harms way including equipment and firefighters and 2) better protect the public and infrastructure by always knowing where the smoke and fire are and where they are forecasted to go over the next 24-48 hours.

This information is critical for protecting the public and infrastructure, planning, and communicating with deployed responders.

Map visualization ensures the location and movement of a fire and resulting smoke plume are always know in relation to the surrounding area. This makes it easy to identify what areas, roads, and communities, are impacted or forecasted to be impacted over the next 24-48 hours.

Smoke also contributes to regional haze, air pollution, and the hazard of smoke on highways, etc. Understanding these factors is critical to protecting natural and man-made resources and mitigating the negative consequences of wildfire impacts.

Seamless integration with FirePosse™ once a fire event is detected, system automation initiates modeling and issues users defined warnings such as email notifications. Accessibility includes smartphones in the field or mobile incident command units.

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Interactive Demo Site

To gain access to the fully interactive demo site, please email your Company Name; Your Contact Name; Title/Job Description; Email Address; Phone Number to GISPosse@FirebreakCanada.com. After receiving the requested information we will send you the necessary web-link and logon credentials in a reply email.

We appreciate your interest in our advanced GISPosse™ Fire Mapping and Visualization Solution.

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