ADASHIAutomated Decision-Aid System for Hazardous Incidents
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The department's preplans are now viewable within ADASHI with a simple button click.
Swanson tells how captains can set up ADASHI for their personal preferences and response area, basically creating a unique experience for each user.
From daily use responder functions to catastrophic event management, ADASHI allows for better notification, response, collaboration, command, and reporting.
By integrating NAVTEQ map data, ADASHI has developed easy-to-use, all-hazard, incident response and command software that can help ESRI users achieve this goal.
The Department of Homeland Security has designated ADASHI First Response as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology (QATT) and granted certification of the software for inclusion on the Approved Products List for Homeland Security.
ADASHI First Response provides guidance for Fire, Police, HazMat and other first responders in the protection of lives when responding to terrorist or accidental chemical incidents.