A Bird's Eye View
Below you will find a "live" demonstration of the Rover dashboard. This page is highly customizable to meet your organization's needs. This portal screen provides a real-time view of all active incidents and locations, a description of the incident and the time at which it began.
To the left of the map, you will see a grid of responders; Fred, Jonathan and Jane, along with their qualifications. Their destination is the station and the clock is counting down the time it will take for each of them to arrive on-site. Below the responder section is a second grid showing mutual aid and a list of individual crew members from another station. It also includes each member's qualifications and their estimated arrival times to their station. It also shows that the Chief is designated to arrive at the scene. The system also records if arrival times are greater than anticipated; data that can be used in administrative reporting.
The map will show the location of the scene with a black circle centered around it that indicates a distance of 400 feet (customizable). At a glance, it provides useful information as to the availability of the water supply or equally as important: if there is no water supply within a reasonable distance. The smaller markers on the map represent available water supplies. In the demo, yellow represents a dry hydrant and red is a wet hydrant. Hover and click on the markers for additional information about each.
You can also hover above other markers on the map. Blue circles can indicate solar panels on buildings. There are also larger yellow hazard markers that indicate pre-plans which can be downloaded or viewed. All colors, markers and other indicators are customizable.
You can drag and move the map, zoom in or out of the area and view the area as an aerial, satellite or street view, when available.