hP - HotPin - FireWhat is pleased to offer sourced content from WildlandFire.com and its growing community of nearly 13,000 registered members as a consumable web service for use in common GIS and web environments. The HotPin Data FeedTM API provides the mechanism for organizations to access, retrieve, integrate, and use fire information to enhance business intelligence, protect assets, and improve public safety.

The HotPin Early ReporterTM delivers essential fire information, as soon as a fire is reported. Once confirmed, the HotPin Initial AttackTM information is expanded to include detailed incident information from WildlandFire.com. Plans with the GeoEnrichment feature include additional information about the surrounding area to provide additional context. All data feeds are provided as a consumable service for use in common GIS and web applications.

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Key Attribute
Information:

WildlandFire.com:

  • Fire Name
  • Lat/Lon
  • Date - Fire Start
  • Date - HotPin Created
  • Date - Last Modified
  • WildlandFire.com Thread ID

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Key Attribute
Information plus:

WildlandFire.com:

  • Fire Status
  • Confirmed Fire
  • Initial Acres
  • Current Acres
  • Rate of Spread
  • Report on Conditions

GeoEnrichment:

  • Nearest Town/City
  • Nearest Road
  • Country
  • State
  • Land Ownership

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Early Reporter
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WildlandFire.com:

  • Structures Threatened
  • Road Closures
  • Special Hazards
  • Injuries Reported
  • Threat to Human Life
  • Radio Frequencies
  • Fire Information URL

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GeoEnrichment:

  • Fire Risk Classification
  • National Preparedness Level
  • Vegetation/Fuel Type
  • Current Weather
  • Terrain (Slope/Aspect)
  • Values at Risk (by Proximity)

FIREWHAT DATA FEATURES

  • Available 4-12 hours in advance of any other public data feed
  • Expertly sourced, analyzed and interpreted
  • Available via REST endpoint
  • Data feeds from public sources (such as MODIS and GeoMAC) are updated once or twice a day, while our data is reported as it happens in near real-time
  • Enhanced by granular, descriptive characteristics of the fire that cannot be found from any other source.