San Francisco — Simple Track LLC announced that Tablet Command is now available in the App Store on three continents.
Tablet Command is an incident command iPad App that allows emergency managers to tap and drag emergency units onto an incident map, track progress against critical checklists, and time-stamp every maneuver and benchmark throughout an incident.
With this release, emergency commanders and all emergency workers in Canada, Ireland, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand can download Tablet Command and the free, lite version, TC Trainer. Previously these apps were only available in the US.
Tablet Command improves crew safety by maintaining real time accountability throughout an incident. The app was designed by firefighters, for firefighters but has been adopted by emergency responders from many other parts of the public safety community including police.
“We are proud to offer our product to first responders in other parts of the world” said William Pigeon, cofounder of Tablet Command. “We have great respect for the emergency organizations of these countries. We hope that our application will provide them with a modernized and intuitive command system for the iPad.”
Simple Track was founded in 2012 by firefighters Andy Bozzo and William Pigeon, two emergency workers in the Bay Area who were compelled to design a personnel safety and accountability app for iPad when they could not find anything that was simple and intuitive to track first responders. Visit tabletcommand.com for more information.