Welcome to the CPSE 2019 sponsor page. We invite you to visit each website to learn more about our sponsors and the products and services they offer.
Darkhorse Emergency helps Fire and EMS departments make intelligent, intuitive, data-driven decisions. Our analytics suite offers instant deployment and station location evaluation, diagnostic reporting, forecasting, and ongoing monitoring. Our experienced consulting team supports your strategic planning and benchmarking efforts. Darkhorse helps remove the uncertainty in your planning and helps transform your service to be more data-driven.
Custom-built to meet the unique needs of each department, Deccan International’s decision-support software applications help Fire and EMS departments improve their response times, optimize their resources and defend their budgets.
Emergency Reporting (ER) is the largest cloud-based fire records management solution (RMS) in the world. Integrated with EMS for easy, one report filing of NFIRS and NEMSIS data. ER provides industry-leading solutions that allow Fire & EMS departments to run their entire operations efficiently and effectively, enhancing both firefighter and citizen safety. The company provides the easiest-to-use, most powerful system on the market.
Esri is the global market leader in geographic information systems (GIS) and since 1969 has supported organizations everywhere with the most powerful mapping and spatial analytics technology available—ArcGIS. Esri has successfully worked with thousands of agencies worldwide. Our GIS software and services give you the tools to provide an effective response, using information in a clear, integrated picture. Using GIS technology allows agencies to understand risk and plan effective mitigation strategies. First responders, chief officers, and executive staff can make better decisions faster, using actionable intelligence when and where they need it. Learn more at esri.com/publicsafety.
Envisage Technologies builds public safety software based on a single, powerful principle: we want to ensure that our nation’s first responders come home alive.
Our Acadis® Readiness Suite is a robust training management system that automates complex, high-liability training and compliance operations. Acadis is a proven, enterprise system designed to ensure that emergency personnel are trained and ready to respond.
FirstForward® is an online training network for first responders featuring secure exposure tracker tools. The free account provides access to more than 600 courses and enables you to track training, certifications, and field experience in one online record.
ImageTrend’s software solutions help emergency professionals collect and analyze key data, and connects health data for multiple disciplines to provide fully integrated patient care. We help you do more with your data, allowing you to have a positive impact through creating efficiencies, improving outcomes and giving your data more meaning. ImageTrend is the solution trusted nationwide.
We’re on a mission to arm fire agencies with big-data solutions so they’ll be better informed, more flexible, safer, and ultimately more valuable to their communities. Our team, our tech, and our spirit formed around the need to get reliable analysis faster than was possible back in the day. Today, Interra’s cloud-based data visualization software is used by some of the busiest fire agencies across the country.
As a fire service professional, what keeps you up at night? You have hindsight, intuition and experience to guide you through day-to-day decisions. What you need is foresight: a way to analyze current operations, cope with growth, and then predict outcomes of different deployment scenarios.
- Analyze your incident data across any metric.
- Predict and compare any scenario, from moving stations, units or apparatus to the most complex dispatch policies.
- Plan with confidence and share your findings with your team and stakeholders.
NFORS provides unique capabilities and insights for public safety organizations, delivered through web-based applications, using local and national data to reduce firefighter and civilian injuries and death, as well as property loss – www.nfors.org.