Mission Critical is a situational awareness software program designed to aid in the event of an emergency. It gives the command staff the ability to manage the event in real-time and forecast possible outcomes.
Mission Critical was developed with the aid of the Yavapai County Jeep Posse and the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Department to help with Search and Rescue and has progressed into Wildfire and Flashflood evacuations and been in use since 2015. With most events being run off the Incident Command System (ICS) structure, Mission Critical has the ability to generate the IC forms.
Mission Critical has the ability to keep tabs on your filed personnel. With real-time reporting and asset tracking, command staff can determine who is closest to the need and dispatch accordingly. Each field personnel caries a tablet that displays their objectives and tasks. This tablet transmits data back to command staff via cellular data. When data is not present, the tablet has a store and forward capability. When service is restored, this data is then transmitted.