What We Accomplished in 2018

The History of Intterra

Intterra 2018 Milestones

Created the Fire Data Lab with the Western Fire Chiefs Association


Providing innovative, live analyses between public safety organizations.

30,000 Assessments Throughout Oregon Added to Klamath County System


As of 2018, an additional 30 thousand assessments have been completed or updated throughout Oregon.  The system tracks over 600 mobile devices, mobile units, incident mapping for wildfire, hazmat, USAR, other Access National Incident Service incident mapping (EGP), damage assessments, structure risk/triage, wildfire preplans, fuels treatments, the IRWIN display of incidents, and the system is utilized in the Oregon Department of Forestry situation room to brief leadership.

Year 1 of the Western Fire Chiefs Association Grant


The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) awarded the Western Fire Chiefs Association (WFCA) a grant to accelerate the creation of the Fire Data Lab (FDL). 13 new departments joined the FDL and Intterra co-hosted a Data Analysis Summit with the WFCA.

'Wildfire Week' User Meeting


Intterra hosted our first customer user summit in Castle Rock, CO.

New Directors Hired and Intterra Team Continues to Grow


Jason Posthuma takes over as Director of Engineering, Robert Edson hired as Director of Sales, Kenneth LaMarca and Sage Voigt hired to build out the engineering team.

Intterra Re-brands and Offers Products as Modules


Our company's brand identity was reimagined with a new website and logo.  The Intterra suite is also now offered in individual modules: Preplanning, Operations, Incident Management, Reporting & Analytics

Release of Reporting and Analytics Dashboards


For Fire Chiefs, analysts, and administrators that need immediate information about how their department is performing at any level within the organization.

Over 1.4 Million Incidents in Data Center


As of 2018, over 1.4 million incidents have been processed through the Intterra platform.

Company Adopts AGILE For All Operations


Moving away from the Waterfall methodology, Intterra moves to the AGILE method in order to be more collaborative, responsive to customer needs, and continual improvement.

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