Features

Previstar’s Continual Preparedness System offers a standards-based incident lifecycle management solution – either as a comprehensive suite or as individual solution modules. Some of the salient features of the solution are listed below.

Integrated Geographic Information System

The GIS module provides users a "bird's eye" or map oriented view of the database and allows them to interact with the system in a visual and intuitive way. From within the GIS module, users can view and manage resource inventory, deployments, facilities, skilled personnel, incident locations and other critical information.

Mobile Ready

The mobile capabilities of the suite is designed for the needs of field personnel. The streamlined phone view works seamlessly on hand held devices and allows modification and review of plans on smartphones and tablets.

Easy User Access

Users access their resources, personnel, and plans using a browser so data content is easily accessible on multiple devices and locations. Plan manager uses web-based planning development, approval, and plan storage.

Notification System

Users can receive notifications within the system and to external email accounts. Notifications can be received for events such as: Plan updates, tasks, resource tracking, direct messages, and automated notifications when critical information changes.

Compliance to Standards

CPS provides integration with National Incident Management System (NIMS) of US, giving user a up to date NIMS workflow, combined with intelligence and information management, integrated communications, and automated ICS work flow.

Standards Based Resource Availability

The suite offers Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) resource typing, providing users with up to date resource terminology & FEMA cost codes.

Flexible Implementation

CPS can be provided as an on-site installed solution using client data centers or as a hosted / SaaS solution at Previstar’s secure hosting facility.

Hierarchal Data Design

Data incorporated in a hierarchical manner where counties / municipalities / regions can manage their own incidents and invite others as the incident escalates.

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