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Due to excessively high traffic, CAL FIRE, local firefighters, and other emergency service people who prefer Wildfire Viewer (WV) as a source of detection information have not been able to gain access. We made and maintain WV principally in support of such people. Rather than restrict access to only emergency people and cut off access to the public, we decided to convert WV to a pay-based service and keep access to WV freely available to emergency people who need it most.
Emergency response agencies wishing a code for access to Wildfire Viewer at no cost please contact the ENPLAN team at: email@example.com. We are here and will get you onto WV very quickly. We apologize for the interruption.
Two affordable subscription options are available to the public to access WV.
ENPLAN is a small, environmental and geospatial science firm based in Redding, California. We built Wildfire Viewer initially as an experiment in 2008 when our community was hit by a wall of lightning-caused fires from the west. Since then we have maintained and upgraded it to operate on our MapPort cloud platform on which all our geospatial services run. Users tell us that WV is the best online wildfire tracking map ever.
Until now, it has been run as a courtesy. With recent fire outbreaks, particularly north of the SF Bay Area, Wildfire Viewer became inundated like never before and came to a standstill making use by anyone impractical. Real-time user levels shot past 1000, quickly exceeding our map image base quotas thereby incurring substantial cost. Other map services operated by ENPLAN for paying clients also came to a standstill. Our small team worked round the clock to try to restore service to our system, but the limits encountered involved both software and hardware, and were impossible to lift in the short term. So, in order to modulate the usage load for the map to be viable for emergency services people and the public truly needing access, and to be feasible for ENPLAN to maintain, something really different had to be done.
To this end, we concluded that the most direct way to accomplish modulation as well as cover the cost of extensive staff time expended, map image base data fees, and other WV related costs was to convert WV to a subscription-based service. The modest revenue will be used to help offset these very substantial costs to ENPLAN and to restore the WV map as a meaningful service.
Thank you for understanding,
The ENPLAN MapPort Team