Bob is working when he notices a hazard.
He uses his phone to take a photo, and quickly report the hazard’s location to his workmates.
Bob doesn’t have to fill in a paper form. He is happy that his workmates are instantly aware of the hazard.
The Health and Safety Manager has access to this private account and gets Bob’s alert.
The Manager knows that workers are alerted. He can focus on getting the hazard isolated.
Susan is an Environmental Protection Manager.
She has 180 people in the field, logging and responding to environmental incidents. Her responders closest to incidents get alerts so they can work efficiently.
Susan can add and edit incidents from the office and can easily co-ordinate the response.
Her database updates automatically.
1Decide the incidents you want your people to communicate. You can also change these later.
2Decide the team that needs to collaborate, or open your account to a wider community of users.
3Open an account and follow the steps – if you have any trouble, our team will help you with setup.
4Your account is ready to be accessed by your people. It’s now easy to record and share incidents.
Use your terminology to catogorise incidents and use your branding on your account.
You do not need to install complicated software – ThunderMaps is easy. Setup takes 5 minutes.
Improve the communication of your people.
No upfront costs, and you only pay for what you use. Generate value immediately. Start here.
Instead of a private account, you can choose to open your account to the public. This is called crowdsourcing.
Members of the public can report directly from your website, and subscribe to be alerted when your incidents occur in places that matter to them.
It is simple for you to embed incident maps and reporting buttons on your website. Your responders can receive mobile alerts and act efficiently.
You can choose to add moderators, and you have full access to your data.
“When new software starts changing my day-to-day behavior, that makes me situp and take notice. When it was time to take my wife to the hospital to deliver our child, I found myself checking ThunderMaps for road delays…
What ThunderMaps does next will be worth watching.”
“a great, simple, focused and cheap solution which really works – and deployed in minutes allowing field teams to generate value immediately.“
“ThunderMaps could be a great tool for geodata sharing with the public on council websites, in order to meet the demands of smart, connected and data hungry communities.”
“First comes information, then knowledge, then wisdom. Developers can’t make the world wise, but we do have the power to get accurate information into the hands of others.
ThunderMaps is about providing the tools to get the job done.”
“We were able to put our branding on their software and crowd source the location of feral cat colonies – we control the data, moderate the quality of reports and allow this information to be instantly accessed and filtered by anyone that wants to know.”