You are cordially invited to attend our disaster response technology open house. We will highlight local government's needs and how communities used our damage assessment software “IDAM” and it’s integration with Pictometry to recover $$$$.
The IDAM damage assessment tools can be used after any natural disaster to quickly and accurately assess damage with documented estimates produced in several formats, including State and FEMA forms.
With our connection to the property appraiser / assessor data, initial estimates of damage can be produced in minutes with just a few clicks on the map. IDAM then organizes the affected parcels so that field teams can perform Individual Assistance and Public Assistance damage surveys.
This presentation will demonstrate features like:
• Integrated Glossary of FEMA Definitions
• Quickly Search Community (by address, owner name, parcel)
• Simple completed FEMA Forms Results
• Mobile Interface
• Live Updates from the Field
• Provides upload of building and debris photos from the field
• Uses current Assessor Data
• Ability to track Overall Assessment Progress
• GIS Enabled
• Pictometry Integration
• WebEOC Integration
• Live Support
“The IDAM was a tremendous work saver. This solution dramatically improved the efficiency of damage assessment for Wakulla County and aided in the process for FEMA granting a declaration for our county after Tropical Storm Debby. The IDAM system not only improved the damage assessment process used by Wakulla County it also gave us the tools to create a single map solution which was accessible by multiple agencies including Law Enforcement, Public Works and the Red Cross during and after Tropical Storm Debby had left our area.” reported Brad Harvey, Wakulla County Florida Chief Deputy Appraiser.
Please choose only one webinar to attend.
Time shows in Eastern Standard Time (US and Canada)