Tablet Command, Inc.

San Rafael, CA 94915


About Tablet Command, Inc.


PO Box 151467
San Rafael, CA 94915
United States of America
Office 415-625-0186; mobile 831-238-0981

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Tablet Command is an incident and tactical command software built on the iPad platform. With Tablet Command, an incident commander can tap and drag responding apparatus onto an emergency scene, track progress against critical checklists, and time-stamp every maneuver and benchmark throughout an incident.

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Mobile Technology & Accessories

Tablet Command Introduces Two New Features to Mobile Response & Fireground Management Platform

April 16, 2024
Splitting Crews and Acknowledge features offer enhanced firefighter accountability & situational awareness for incident commanders.
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This partnership marks the first time agencies using Tablet Command will have real-time access to evacuation zones via Genasys Protect™.
Tech & Comm

Tablet Command and Genasys Partner on Real-Time Evacuation Insights

Sept. 28, 2023
Genasys Protect™ evacuation zone data improves situational awareness and cross-agency coordination for emergency response
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Tablet Command provides real-time data and resource management in an intuitive application platform.
Mobile Technology & Accessories

Modernized Incident Command Tools Help Streamline Fire Response

Aug. 15, 2023
Tablet Command’s purpose-built software helps chiefs improve fireground organization.
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Mobile Technology & Accessories

Tablet Command Announces In-App Audio Streams for Firefighter Situational Awareness

April 24, 2023
Leading mobile fireground management solution continues to innovate.
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CAD/Dispatch Systems

Tablet Command Partners with First Arriving for Real-Time Dispatch Information

Dec. 8, 2021
The partnership will provide First Arriving's Digital Dashboard users with real-time dispatch information from Tablet Command including nature of call, address, units dispatched...
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Incident Command

Tablet Command and Partner to Provide Comprehensive Incident Command Platform

Nov. 16, 2020
Best-in-Class Firefighter-founded companies enter into a partnership resulting in safer and more effective fireground leadership.
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Computers & Accessories

Tablet Command Releases Next Version of Leading Edge Mobile Software

Dec. 18, 2017
Tablet Command announces the release of the latest version of their smartphone App:TC Mobile Version 1.4.

Articles & News

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Software that runs on smartphones and tablets has stepped into the realm of mobile data terminals to help incident commanders run any incident.
Tech & Comm

Fire Technology: Incident Command Technology

April 10, 2023
Justin Rodino informs incident commanders that they needn't rely only on the tried-and-true tools of the 2000s.
Photos courtesy of Contra Costa Fire Protection District (Con Fire)
Contra Costa County Fire Protection District (Con Fire) put three plans into action simultaneously to rescue a trapped individual from an 18-inch drainage pipe. Plan B, which ultimately was employed, called for members to enter a sewer a grate that was located on a sloped area above grade from the drainage pipe. This would give rescuers access to a vault that was 150 feet from the end of the pipe.
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Technical Rescue: High-Risk Drainage Pipe Rescue

Aug. 15, 2022
Bob Atlas digs into the details of Contra Costa, CA, Fire Protection District's Technical Rescue Program's extrication of a man who was trapped in an 18-inch drainage pipe.
Photo courtesy of AIRT
Drones were used to map the Champlain Towers South incident scene for engineering evaluation of structural integrity, among several uses.

Fire Technology: Champlain Towers South Collapse: Drones’ Value Soars

April 18, 2022
Charles Werner spoke to numerous people who responded to the condominium collapse to learn that unmanned aerial systems were crucial to the effort in many ways.
Photo by Jenni McClelland, National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
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Careers & Education

Scuttlebutt 1/22

Jan. 17, 2022
The dates have been set for 2022 NFFF Memorial Weekend.

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