Incident Command and Accountability Program

COEUR D’ALENE, ID—After several months of continued testing and development, Battalion 3 Technologies, LLC announces the release of its incident command and accountability product, ICx. This software as a product is being hailed as a sophisticated, yet simple to use, solution for incident commanders in the fire service.

Battalion 3 Technologies, LLC (Batt3) is a recent startup company founded by fire service incident commanders and municipal technology experts. The initial founding goal was to create software for fire department personnel that is intuitive, sophisticated, but simple to use.

ICx provides an interface that represents a traditional command board. There is configurable aspects throughout the application, ranging from assignments to benchmark checklists. ICx has built in timers to keep track of personnel working in assignments, as well as, keep track of time on SCBA or in IDLH. An incident log keeps track of all assignments and benchmarks for later review and reporting. A personnel accountability report (PAR) feature takes the lengthy process of PARs and simplifies it, and the MAYDAY feature is sure to assist commanders during the most stressful situation that occurs, a firefighter’s mayday.

A complimentary product to ICx is finishing development now. FireRoster.com will be released this fall and will enable fire departments to manage rosters, schedule personnel, and adjust those items from mobile devices. ICx will sync automatically with FireRoster.com to provide up-to-the-minute staffing on apparatus that are coming to your emergency scene.

ICx is currently available for a trial download at Batt3.com. Batt3 says that the official product launch is October 1, 2012.

For more information, visit www.batt3.com.

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