Intermedix offers a comprehensive suite of technology-enabled products and services tailored to meet the unique needs of every organisation.
Make informed decisions about emergency response resources in real-time, including effective changes in deployment, dispatch and shift change plans.
Build a common operating picture with event reporting, situational awareness, resource management, duty logs and after action reports.
Our industry experts work with you to implement the solution that will best meet your needs and optimise your results.
Our solutions create scenarios for forward-planning and contingency planning, all with full risk assessment, budget and personnel variables. Shared real-time intelligence enables a strategic and effective global response by all relevant agencies to natural and man-made disasters and large scale public events.
Intermedix supports utility organisations with risk mitigation solutions to support all levels of incident response, from a single plant or power station incident on land or at sea, to incidents affecting multiple locations. Our tried and tested systems enable communication with all key decision makers and external agencies during an event.
Intermedix systems are proven to support the Emergency and Rescue Service agencies, from dispatch to discharge. Our technology enables smart cross-agency planning and co-ordinated real-time response for police services, fire and rescue authorities, emergency medical services, and coastguard agencies.
Intermedix supports the transport industry with emergency response solutions configured to meet the crisis management standards of regulatory agencies. From the world's largest airlines to maritime organisations, we provide the transportation industry with
Intermedix supports healthcare organisations by enhancing situational awareness across the organisation and in the surrounding community. The technology enables real-time collaboration, planning and response with key agencies and services, these include the NHS, Acute Trusts and Foundation Trusts, hospitals, and public health agencies.