Real-Time Weather Conditions & Forecast for Incident Management

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This month we've added real-time weather forecasts to D4H Incident Management. We've also added a new editor for permission profiles, and better form templates within your plays and scenarios. Read on!

Weather Conditions and Forecast

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If weather conditions are an important factor during your response, our new weather module within D4H Incident Management will help you to identify what is about to hit you. With a single click, we’ll show you the weather patterns over the next few days, with trend lines for rain, temperature, visibility, precipitation intensity, wind speeds, max gusts, and direction.

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We’ll default the weather location to the location of your current situation, so it should automatically populate once you declare an incident. There are two components: the current weather conditions button on the top navigation and the weather forecast module on the left sidebar.

Permission Profiles Editor

Permission profiles

This new feature is a dedicated screen that allows team administrators to build and manage permission profiles independently of any users. Before, administrators had to go into a user’s profile and create permissions from there. You may now also delete permissions profiles.

Pre-Fillled Forms for Different Scenarios

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Before the feature, users could only create empty forms at channel-start time using plays. Administrators can now define pre-filled forms and pre-defined form directory structures within collections. It’s then possible to import those forms into an existing channel or at channel start-time using a play. For example, you could pre-build the entire first operational period of an ICS led incident or folder structure for each division.

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Our Incident Management product is a real-time incident management software that enables the coordination of an effective response to any situation. Easily create a common operating picture, communicate objectives, and collaborate on a resolution using forms, tasks, logs, maps, and status boards.

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