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Optimizing Firefighter Operations with Actionable Intelligence

Wednesday, September 27
5pm ET / 2pm PT


The “holy grail” of firefighting has become a hot topic, referring to the ability to track firefighter activity throughout a disaster or hazardous event. Fire industry leaders understand that technology solutions should be available to help them address this but are often left in the dark about those solutions or how to implement them.  


  • Uban search and rescue teams recognize the need for personnel tracking on an X, Y, and Z (height) axis, but are often unaware if these can be easily viewed on a map.  

  • Wildland firefighters need to keep track of their teams in austere environments with limited or no LTE service, yet do not believe they have the tools required to do so. 


This is why 3AM is teaming up with the California Association of Fire Chiefs (CalChiefs) to dig deeply into the unique hazards firefighters face and demonstrate how today’s technologies can integrate to optimize firefighter decision making in the field.


During this webinar, you will:  


  1. See the “holy grail” of location tracking in action with a live demonstration of 3AM’s command and accountability software 2.

  2. Hear directly from fire chiefs in large, cross-agency teams and small rural departments as they share their experiences with technology in a diverse set of hazards  

  3. Learn how you can implement technology in your department to dramatically improve response operations and firefighter safety  

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Executive Director


California Fire Chiefs Assoc.

Jeffrey Meston is a third generation firefighter who is the current Executive Director of the California Fire Chiefs Association (CFCA) and a past President of the CFCA.

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Orange County Fire Authority



As the Fire Chief of the OCFA, Brian Fennessy leads more than 1,700 firefighters and non-sworn personnel who collectively serve 2 million residents across 23 cities.

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Ontario Fire Department


California Director to WFCA

Fire Chief Ray Gayk began his fire career as volunteer firefighter for the Riverside County Fire Department in 1990 and began his professional career in 1994.

3AM Organizers

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COO & Co-Founder


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VP of Marketing


Can't wait for the webinar? Watch the video below to see how 3AM teamed up with Microsoft, FirstNet, Samsung, and other partners to track wildland responders in action.

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