Intterra is Trusted by Some of the Best

Fire agencies, Emergency Management agencies, state and national organizations all rely on Intterra to keep their teams informed with up-to-the-minute, detailed information about what they face, what they have to work with, and where help is needed most.

Santa Clara County Fire Department

The Santa Clara County Fire Department (SCCFD) has implemented Intterra to connect all major systems, and operational personnel together and has made it available on every device; desktop computers, laptops, and tablets. 

“Intterra software has been a part of the fabric of SCCFD for 5 years. It has helped us expand our reporting capabilities, build up our planning and response data sets, and actively facilitate situational awareness in a single system, across our region.” – Kenneth Kehmma, Fire Chief Santa Clara County

State of Montana

The Montana County Fire Wardens Association linked up with the Montana State Fire Chiefs Association and the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation to establish an accurate picture of the lands around the state affected by wildfires and other natural hazards. This desire grew into a search for a technology solution to help them communicate all-hazard information on a map, county-by-county across the state. 

 “Our objective is to make Intterra Montana a one stop shop for all disciplines to access real time information from as many sources as possible during incidents as well as during routine activities.”
”  – Patrick Lonergan, Gallatin County Emergency Management

U.S. Forest Service — Wildfire Management

The challenge of coordinating resources and getting live information from isolated locations and stove-piped systems in time to make critical decisions is a constant reality for the Interagency Fire Community. Generating this information has long been an example of going “above and beyond.” For many years, Fire Planners have been rising at 2am to consult dozens of maps and reports in an effort to compile the best information in time for morning briefings.

 “The most important thing is getting data out of the system,” Triplett says. “Manned, unmanned, a balloon, a kite—you still have to get the information into the hands of the firefighters.” – NIFC’s Geospatial Tech Leader, Sean Triplett

Ventura County, California — Fire Challenges

The Ventura County Fire Department response area covers 848 square miles, a space that’s about half the size of Rhode Island. Ventura County itself has a total land area of 1,843 square miles. Its terrain ranges from 42 miles of coastline up to an elevation of 8,831 feet at Mt. Pinos in the Los Padres National Forest.

 “We used Intterra to create a common operational picture for managing the Thomas Fire of 2017, the largest fire in California history. [Intterra] enhanced our ability to see the tactical locations of approximately 150 fire apparatus resources in relation to the perimeter of the Thomas Fire.”  – Chief, Ventura County Fire Department

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