Critical Infrastructure Protection
Engineers responsible for the safety and security of buildings, bridges, utilities, and other critical infrastructure need a comprehensive decision-making tool for emergency assessment, preparation, response, and recovery activities.
With critical infrastructure information stored in a geodatabase, you can display that information and traffic and weather data, draw buffer protection zones, and share new changes in real time on a Web-based map.
Esri provides a situational awareness solution for fusing data, from flood elevation and evacuation routes to a bridge's structural specifications and inspections.
These stories show how others in AEC are gaining benefits using GIS technology and spatial analysis:
More case studies and books and literature.