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Ep. 73 Saving Lives and Improving Fire Rescue with Tablet Command and MongoDB

31 min • Published Aug 20, 2021
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Fire departments and fire rescue professionals are facing unprecedented volumes of incidents in an ever-increasing battle to save lives.

  • Every year, there’s an average of 358,300 home-based fires.
  •  In 2017, there were at least 1,319,500 fires (wildfire, house fire, and commercial) in the United States that resulted in 3,400 deaths.
  • Fire departments and fire services responded to fires in the United States every 24 seconds in 2018.

Tablet Command is a mobile incident command and response solution that increases situational awareness, speeds incident response, streamlines incident management and improves firefighter accountability. ... 

Tablet Command leverages MongoDB Atlas, automated scalability, automated backups and through our partnership with AWS, they’ve achieved seamless, native high availability and scalability.

In this episode, Jesse, and Nic chat with Will Pigeon, CTO of Tablet Command to explore how they're leveraging the MongoDB Platform for their incident command response solution that's helping to save countless lives and improving the efficiency and safety of fire rescue professionals.

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