Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service invests in independently performed Risk Modelling

Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (OFRS) has a systems approach to integrated risk management. This prioritises the delivery of statutory duties to reduce risk and vulnerability in Oxfordshire. As part of its prevention programme, it plans to improve efficiencies by…

Cadcorp launches dynamic cover application for Emergency Services

In collaboration with UK emergency services, Geographic Information System (GIS) software and services company Cadcorp has launched Cadcorp Cover Modeller. The product release was announced at the Cadcorp Emergency Services Conference on 23 November where delegates were given an application…

Cadcorp expands fire service modelling expertise

Following demand from UK fire services, Geographic Information System (GIS) software and services company, Cadcorp, has expanded its risk and workload modelling consultancy service. A significant number of UK fire services are using Cadcorp SIS Desktop, Cadcorp Workload Modeller, and…

Gemma Polmear appointed to provide fire service modelling consultancy at Cadcorp

Geographic Information System (GIS) software and services company, Cadcorp, has appointed Gemma Polmear as a GIS analyst focused on fire and rescue service activities. The new appointment supports the company’s expansion of its risk and workload modelling consultancy services. Gemma comes from Nottinghamshire Fire…

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service combines GIS with workload modelling and risk analysis

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) is the latest fire service to select Geographic Information System (GIS) Cadcorp SIS for resource planning and risk analysis. The package of software and services includes Cadcorp SIS Desktop, Cadcorp Workload Modeller, Cadcorp Risk…

Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service adopts GIS software for risk analysis

Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) is the latest fire service to select a Geographic Information System (GIS) for understanding and resourcing to risk. Cadcorp SIS Desktop, Cadcorp Workload Modeller and Cadcorp Risk Modeller were procured along with training, support…

GIS and specialist modelling software enables fire service to improve workload management and risk planning

Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service (DSFRS) has replaced their in-house risk-modelling system with the Geographic Information System (GIS) Cadcorp SIS. When the fire service went to market, they had a requirement for an integrated product that could seamlessly model area risk…

Cadcorp launches desktop GIS capability in the cloud

With the rapid adoption of cloud hosting technology, Cadcorp has extended its cloud services to include SIS Desktop There are many benefits to hosting desktop GIS in the cloud and Cadcorp is offering packages that are flexible to each organisation’s…

New Power BI custom visual for embedding interactive maps

Cadcorp SIS WebMap for Power BI supports organisations wanting to use a range geospatial data in their Microsoft Power BI reports Cadcorp has developed a visual for Microsoft Power BI, allowing an interactive, user-defined map to be embedded into a Power BI…

Cadcorp Risk Modeller – A user-friendly and repeatable way for Fire Services to model risk

ire Services need to have a good understanding of risk within their operational areas. Understanding risk allows Fire Services to prioritise community engagement, and a number of authorities examine risk as part of their attendance benchmarks. While Fire Services have…

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