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When a disaster strikes, knowing what you need and how to find it can be the key factor that saves lives, resources, and critical infrastructure. Esri can help you with all phases of emergency management, from developing mitigation plans to managing limited resources in the midst of chaos and prioritizing recovery efforts once the dust settles. Maintain shared situational awareness across multiple jurisdictions on any device and get the geographic edge for your emergency management with Esri.
Jonathon Monken, Director of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency
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Esri, the big-data collection and analysis company, has helped communities using its services plan for these large-scale events and adapt when things don’t go as planned.
Baton Rouge, La., and GIS mapping firm Esri partnered to launch a series of apps cities might consider to track flooding and inform residents during major weather-related events.
Esri's Disaster Response Program created a pair of interactive maps related to the 6.0 magnitude earthquake in Napa, California. The maps profiled the populations and structures impacted by the quake, as well as live reports from social media.
Explore the short- and long-term impacts of the May 20, 2013, tornado that swept through Moore, Oklahoma. See how the community has begun rebuilding after widespread devastation.
See how Cal OES is leveraging ArcGIS and changing the way they do business.
We provide an introduction to the new Drone2Map for ArcGIS application and demonstrate how to leverage drone data quickly for enhanced situational awareness, decision-making, and analytics.
Henrico County Division of Fire is using ArcGIS Online to help them manage NASCAR events at the Richmond International Raceway allowing them to share real-time information, accurately locate calls for service, allocate resources effectively, visualize a common operating picture, and keep responders safe.
These best practices have been gathered by working with the broader user community in preparing for and responding to disasters and special events.
CUSEC relies on GIS to share data and coordinate response after a catastrophic earthquake.
Learn not only how new data, analytics, and information products are being used to quickly identify emerging weather hazards but also how they can facilitate constant situational awareness and a rapid response.
Deploy sophisticated maps and apps in minutes with ArcGIS for Emergency Management.
Stay in touch with others in emergency management who are interested in mapping and spatial analysis. Join the conversation at GeoNet.
July 8 – 11, 2017
San Diego, California
July 10 – 14, 2017
San Diego, CA
Esri is proud to team with leading organizations to bring you the right solution.
ArcGIS for Emergency Management provides templates and resources to let you quickly deploy focused applications for a range of workflows.
Knowledge Center supports daily emergency management operations at all levels and connects responders to their resources.
Witt O'Brien's is a global leader in preparedness, crisis management, and disaster response and recovery.
G&H International Services is an emergency management consulting firm that delivers comprehensive emergency management solutions.
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