Mi‑Maps: At a Glance

 

  • Access from anywhere, any device with an Internet connection

 

  • Comprehensive view of resources by the organization and those shared by others

    • Agencies

    • Facilities

    • Equipment

    • Vehicles

    • Supplies

 

  • Search assets by keywords, classifications, coordinating and emergency orgs and status

 

  • Enter an address as starting point for searching within a certain distance

 

  • Zoom in/out of map view

 

  • Click on an asset to view asset detail (photo, attributes, contacts, etc.)

 

  • When used in conjunction with a damaged report registry, shows damaged properties reported by residents and business after an emergency

 

  • When used in conjunction with a storm shelter registry, displays storm shelters registered by residents to aid in emergency planning and response

 

Classification / Attribute Search:

  • Search by Category

  • Sub-Category

  • Detailed Attributes

 

The Mi-Maps function provides an easy to use interface for locating agency resources, as well as, resources that have been shared with your agency as part of a mutual-aid program

 

Resource Map / Search

During an emergency, resources can be quickly located using the map search function. These resources can be located by keyword search, classification, responsible agency, or any defined boundary. Summary and detailed information can be seen, including photos of the assets, specific attributes and lists of sub-assets, such as the equipment and supplies available on a response trailer. Multiple points of contact are provided based on the registered information for that agency and the jurisdiction they serve.

 

 

Online Damage Reporting

During and after disasters, damage reports can be gathered from across the impacted area. Information can be submitted via the internet or entered by a call-taker during periods when the internet may be unavailable to some residents. The damaged asset records can be automatically categorized, mapped and shared, as needed, with different responding groups allowing easy and immediate access for follow-up and reporting. 

 

 

Mi‑Maps