We want to transform firefighting.
We are on a mission to arm fire and emergency services agencies, utilities, and first responders with big-data solutions to manage R3™ Risk – Response – Resilience.
Intterra was born from the belief that there is a better way to get data and information to those working on the frontlines. To meet that need, our team specializes in creating comprehensive, actionable intelligence in a common operational picture tailored to the specific needs of fire, public safety, utilities, insurance, and emergency services clients.
With our GIS and map-based software solutions for R3™ Risk – Response – Resilience, Intterra works with organizations of all sizes to visualize, prepare for, respond to, and recover from small- and large-scale events and support their day-to-day operations.
The right data, the right people, the right time. That’s the Intterra promise.
Our mission is to bring focused, SaaS and cloud-based workflows and services together in one accessible location so you have the information that you need – when you need it. Together, we make communities stronger, safer, and more resilient.
We partner and integrate with some of the premier providers in the industry to provide you with a seamless, best-in-class workflow.
Who We Serve
Supporting Broad Fire Service and All-Hazard Initiatives
Intterra is used by some of the country’s busiest firefighting and emergency services agencies, helping them harness their digital data to save lives and protect property. Major metro fire departments and county agencies use Intterra to preplan and manage situational awareness. The U.S. Forest Service uses Intterra to help protect the nation’s forests. Utilities, insurance providers and other organizations use Intterra to protect assets and respond to incidents.
Enterprise Geospatial Portal
In Association with the U.S. Forest Service
Over 6,000 firefighters access Intterra to monitor, map, cooperate, support, and protect the lands governed by the United States Forest Service.
Fire Data Lab
In Association with the Western Fire Chiefs Association
Intterra is the platform used by the Western Fire Chiefs Association to support a broad data sharing initiative between fire agencies to enable best practices and expansion of big data use in fire service around the country.
Meet the Intterra leadership team dedicated to enabling firefighters and emergency responders to fight fires with better information.
Molly began her career working in management consulting for Accenture and then Oppenheimer Funds where she specialized in IT solutions implementation, vendor management, and program/project leadership. At Intterra, Molly drives all operational activities that relate to customer success: onboarding, product support, and account management.
Chief Sales & Marketing Officer
Robert brings over 23 years of successful sales background in public safety and emergency management, including implementation of the United States’ first statewide VOIP 911 solution. Robert also operated as a liaison to Denver’s Office of Emergency Management during the 2008 Democratic National Convention where he seamlessly coordinated an emergency response through federal, state, and local teams. At Intterra, Robert’s focus is growing all revenue channels while developing marketing initiatives.
Head of Product
Adam relies on several decades of product and marketing expertise to direct Intterra’s product management practice focused on resilience, actionable intel, and workflow modernization. Before joining Intterra, Adam served as Chief Product Officer for Matrix and Director of Product Management for Imagine Communications, playing a crucial role in helping streamline and grow a complex, global portfolio of enterprise software. Previously, Adam served in lead product management, branding, and marketing roles.
Kate at age 18 began her career as a firefighter and worked her way up to the top post of California State Fire Marshal, a first for women. She currently serves as senior advisor for the Moore Foundation’s Wildfire Resilience Initiative, with a focus on reducing the threat of severe wildfire and enabling beneficial fire to achieve sustained resiliency. Previously, Kate worked for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy as Assistant Director for Preparedness and Response. She served as Chief Strategy Officer for Intterra, which she co-founded in 2010, and currently serves as Intterra’s Strategic Advisor.
Brian started his career serving his country as a U.S. Marine. Up until founding Intterra with Kate Dargan and David Blankinship in 2010, he held positions in both commercial and public sector organizations working on and leading major projects for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, SRA International and The Boeing Company. Brian was CEO from 2016 until 2023 and now serves on the Board and as a strategic consultant.