As of Saturday September 9th 2017 the graphic from the National Hurricane Center looks like:
For those of you in the path who are going to have immense fun with high winds, flooding, and possible flying houses carrying a small girl and her dog – Sign up for Fulcrum Community!
Fulcrum (http://Fulcrumapp.com) is providing Fulcrum Community Free to people dealing with Hurricane Irma. If your organization/group whoever needs a data collection app to use during this event all you need to do is download Fulcrum and request access. It was (and still is) deployed for Hurricane Harvey in Texas.
Fulcrum runs on iOS and Android devices. Data (shapefile, File Based Geodatabase, PostGIS, excel, etc) can be retrieved from their cloud and used in any GIS Platform you might have (I use it with QGIS and feed the data live into there). It can also be pushed into any online accounts you might have (from Carto to ArcGIS Online).
It’s preloaded with:
- Urban Search and rescue App
- Disaster Shelters assessment App
- Public Assistance Applicant Damage Report App
- Individual Assistance for Inundation App
- Aid Facility App
- Hurricane Evacuee Info App
- Wind Damage App
- Damage Inspection App
Once again – It’s Free. Fulcrum has made employees available to help you with data collection.
Good luck to those of you dealing with the Hurricane.