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Modules

Team App

For smartphones and tablet devices – better, faster, more accurate communication

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Members

Add, edit or delete members, settings and groups or make BART purchases

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Dashboard

A platform for your station or headquarters. Clear, current, visible information for your team

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Turnout

Most useful for regional controllers; see a snapshot of all incidents within a specific region

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RAMP

Assisting with the management of resources across multiple agencies

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Forum

Members resource – ask questions and discuss things with other members

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What is BART?

BART is a cloud-based incident turnout system that has been designed to help you respond faster, communicate better and work smarter within your community.

Assisting with the management of skills and resources, BART helps you to automate common processes through an intuitive user interface, which encourages team collaboration.

Who is BART for?

BART is most useful for those who need to work together closely in teams, despite differences in location.

Emergency management teams, search and rescue units, fire brigades, mapping crews, response teams, community monitoring and assistance crews, can all benefit from the advanced team co-operation features offered through the BART system.

How does BART work?

Below are the main components that make up the BART system. Created for a range of different ranks and agencies, the modules all work together in unison to allow for maximum situational awareness.

Just a few of the agencies already using BART:

  • CFA
  • SES (VIC, NSW, QLD, TAS)
  • Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning (DELWP)
  • Australian Volunteer Coast Guard (AVCG)
  • Ambulance Victoria (Members of Rural CERT Teams)
  • Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES)
  • NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS)
  • SA Country Fire Service