Real-time, location-specific met data is imperative for safe and effective incident response. Weather monitoring assists in multiple areas such as risk management, prediction, safety, plume modeling, and reporting. |
One final quote: "As fire service leaders, it is essential that we assure our personnel have the right information, and that it goes to all the right people at exactly the right time so everyone is empowered to make the right decisions," says Todd J. LeDuc in a Fire Engineering article.* He continues, "This goal becomes challenging given the wide breadth of available data …"
At Columbia Weather Systems, we recognize that met data is a small sliver of the data available to incident command. Weather monitoring systems can provide that information on-scene and up-to-the-minute to help you make the right decisions.
Our job is to make weather monitoring easy so you can do your job better. Contact us to help you select the best weather station.
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*DeLuc, Todd. (2017, December). Big Data Driving Operational Performance and Fireground Safety. Fire Engineering. Retrieved from http://www.fireengineering.com/articles/2017/12/big-data-operational-fireground-safety.html
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