NTFI Mobile GIS Mapping Units

Designed to function as a self-contained mapping lab, NTFI Mobile Mapping Units are designed to accomodate 3-6 Mapping Specialists. Fully self-contained, and air-conditioned, they have storage space sufficient to support longer missions in remote areas, and arrive fully stocked with materials to operate independently for 5 operational periods.

In addition to providing onsite disaster support, NTFI mobile GIS units are also available with field-ready mapping specialists for onsite mapping and logistical support during large highway and infrastructure repair projects.

All GIS units are staffed with experienced Incident GIS professionals, and rental price includes the GIS tech for a 12 hour shift. All NTFI lead GIS techs are NWCG Qualified Geographic Infomation System Specialists (GISS). Additional GIS mapping specialists are available upon request. All NTFI Lead GIS Techs are proficient in the new FIMT Fire Incident Mapping Tools

All Federal and many State agencies can order our GIS support trailers thru national contracts administered by the USDA, and thru Calfire contracts in California. Please call us at the number above if you have any questions about how to expidite getting us to your incident.

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Built in 2003 - NTI-281 has 4 GIS computers and workspace for 6 GIS Techs

SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR ALL MOBILE UNITS:

CDF GIS Techs working in NTI-281 on the Cedar Fire, November 2003

Cedar Fire GIS Deployment Image Gallery
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NTFI Mapping Specialists (the NWCG calls us GISTs or "Geographic Information Systems Technical Specialists") share over 10,000 hours experience providing innovative mapping solutions for Incident Management and Burned Area Emergency Rehabilitation Teams during major wildland fire incidents including:

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Non-Emergency Mapping Services Include: Watershed Analysis, Oblique Aerial Photography and Interpretation, Post-disaster Damage Assessment, Vegetation Mapping, Wildland fuels inventory, Wildland Fire Management Planning, NEPA support, Digital Photogrammetry, Powerline Right of Way Fire Hazard Assessment, Firesafe Council Grant Writing, General Cartography, GPS mapping, and Vegetation Management Project Design.