FEMA and related agencies collect significant amounts of data in the field on paper forms. Paper forms introduce delays, require re-keying and do not integrate key data like pictures and GPS. This video shows how to take a paper FEMA form and convert it to an electronic mobile form on a Windows Mobile Device.
Federal and State Emergency Management Agencies need to collect a lot of field data and they need to quickly and easily assemble that data. This video shows FEMA and State EMA officials how easy it is to turn paper forms in to mobile forms.
The video uses FEMA form FF 90_81 Preliminary Damage Assessment to demonstrate mobile forms. We take each section and turn it into mobile ‘page’, and then add questions to the page. Question types include:
- Lookup (barcode lookup for assets, products, etc.)
- Signature capture
- Label (for disclaimers, instructions, etc.)
While this video uses FEMA Form 90_81 Preliminary Damage Asssessment, you can see how you can easily add other forms like:
- Form 90_1 Request for Site Assessment
- General Damage Assessment form
- FEMA Form 90‐69B Declaration and Release
- FEMA Inspection forms
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