Active Wildland Fires Map

Active Wildland Fires Map


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The Active Wildland Fires App was developed by GCS Research, an award winning geospatial technology company based in Missoula, Montana. In order to give fire managers near real-time information, fire perimeter data is updated daily based upon input from incident intelligence sources, GPS data, infrared (IR) imagery from fixed wing and satellite platforms. Fire Perimeter data is a product of Geospatial Multi-Agency Coordination (GeoMAC). Services provided by Esri ArcGIS Online.

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GCS Research provides our clients with advanced geospatial information technology, so they can achieve their strategic objectives. We deliver internationally recognized, award-winning solutions through an innovative commitment to the customer’s concept and project requirements. Building upon exceptional service and affordable, industry-leading tools, our success is measured by meeting and exceeding the exacting requirements of our customers.
Our portfolio consists of connected "smart" applications and data systems, innovative extensions for industry-leading core platforms, and extensible, integrated Web services. We utilize a standards-based approach to propel next-generation advancements along leading software packages and data resources and help our customers achieve their objectives through a combination of experience, innovation, and commitment to excellence.

By building upon the software and data technologies of our strategic partners in the industry, GCS Research cultivates end-to-end geospatial solutions at the height of GIS evolution. Using Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web service protocols, our clients easily access and share geographic and related content across distributed networks, removing historical barriers to decision-making, analysis, and collaboration.

GCS clients include a blend of commercial and government organizations. We deliver a diverse range of geospatial applications, advanced research and development activities, and strategic consulting services. GCS focuses upon the communication, analysis, and exploitation of geospatial intelligence for a dynamic, high-performance user experience. Our success is measured by meeting and exceeding the exacting requirements of our customers.

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Comments and ratings for Active Wildland Fires Map
  • (45 stars)

    by Bryan Massey on 29/07/2013

    Using a nexus 10 and the terrain data is populating in the app but the fire data isn't. Is there a fix? The fire data populates on my phone. Other then that the app is great!

  • (45 stars)

    by CARRIE Ocampo on 21/07/2013

    This is a very useful app.

  • (45 stars)

    by Michael Tucker on 02/07/2013

    Seriously??? No data including the large, out of control fire in Arizona that killed 19 fire fighters? Uninstalled immediately.

  • (45 stars)

    by Maggie Holmes on 02/07/2013

    It only works part time and is not dependable for real time use.

  • (45 stars)

    by Mobius Suibom on 14/06/2013

    Maps are washed out (faded) and there is no scale bar on map - the fire info table is poorly laid out and presented - this app would be very useful if taken seriously by the Devs.....

  • (45 stars)

    by William Scholz on 04/06/2013

    Was great now I freezes up every time you pull up the details

  • (45 stars)

    by Matthew McLeod on 30/05/2013

    The app gets stuck at the information loading screen