- Aug 18, 2009
- Funster No
- Rollerteam 690
- July 09
I am an extremely regular user of this system, perhaps even 3 to 4 times a day some days.So how many accidents do you have? Actually new to me so trying to work through how useful it is outside of the emergency point. Any pointers, does it work on navigation systems?
Our campus is 1,000 acres but only 200 or so are interesting, and i get to deal with every type of emergency and the emergency services really dont have a clue with their mapping because our addresses are known by different names. (I must take that back for the fire service who know exactly everything when they turn up). And if they did know the address they have to try and find it on their mapping system, then find which block within that map. Nightmare scenario for them. So before WTW they just used to come to the control room and ask to be taken wherever they needed to go
Using it for us is a complete no brainer otherwise we just end giving instructions from us reading google maps to them reading google maps and interpreting what we say so that they can pass it on to the persons attending. Very well used locally by officers and paramedics.