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112puls shows the most recent alarms from the national incident registration system ODIN.
New alarms are delivered via Push Notifications and can be filtered by responding service.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is 112puls a paid app? It costs money to send push notifications.
Why can’t I see alarms for my local fire department? CFB and Vestegnens Brandvæsen among others do not report to the ODIN database and therefore don’t show up.
Why did I see the engines leave the fire department without getting a notification? Only alarms that pass through 112 alarm dispatchers are registered. If the firebrigade is alerted through an automated fire detection system or requested directly by the police the alarm goes directly to the fire department and is therefore not registered in the ODIN database.
Where is there a description of the alarms? 112puls is based on the Danish Emergency Management Agencys ODIN database. You can dive in to all avaliable data there.
For general help about using 112puls, please refer to this page or contact us by email. We also welcome bugreports at firstname.lastname@example.org. The DEMA ODIN service is occasionally offline so please check the service itself before reporting problems with the 112pulse application.
Licenses and data
The data displayed by the application is available on the Danish Emergency Management Agencys ODIN website at http://www.odin.dk/112puls.
Graphics by Thomas Dufranne under creative commons license.