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Old 05-14-2013, 5:30 PM
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I am unsure if this is a good place to put this thread, If not I apologize.
Does anyone know of any good CAD Software that is free or reasonable pricing that I can use to input Ambulance/Fire Calls into? I want to keep track of how many calls my community averages a night.
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Take a look at Tickets CAD. Its open source and web based
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Excel is easier for what you're doing.
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Google allows you to create dataset that you can display on a map, might be what you're looking for? It's a bit complex to get up and running, but it is free. A good place to start would be https://support.google.com/fusiontab..._topic=1652595
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Anyone ever use 911CAD
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Anyone ever use 911CAD
I use it all the time works great, even lets you put in units, calls, it alerts you if a unit has been at the loc for a certain amount of time, you can enter safety locations and they offer a free trial
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Google docs... For what i think you are doing, works great.... And with the various access abilities and live Web reports...

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