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Superior Storm Response

Esri’s ArcGIS platform can help you proactively manage superior storm response by mitigating damage and accelerating restoration efforts. By adding location to your plan, you can understand network vulnerabilities in advance. That means you’ll be ready to react quickly and communicate effectively with customers during even the most severe weather occurrences.

The ArcGIS platform comes with a variety of proven, out-of-the-box solutions that help you build an advanced storm response.

Case Study

To strengthen the grid after powerful storms hit the East Coast, Iberdrola USA developed a collaborative, real-time, web-GIS approach to storm response. Learn more.

Pre-Storm Vulnerability Assessment

Pre-Storm Vulnerability Assessment

Understand where your network is susceptible to storm damage because of flooding, history of outages, open maintenance items, and other variables. Address maintenance issues before weather events strike, and preposition field crews for fast response to impending storms.

Post-Storm Damage Assessment

Post-Storm Damage Assessment

Interpret the extent of the restoration required to restore power fast. ArcGIS provides your field crews with modern data-collection tools that feed real-time statuses back to the office, where progress and strategy can be monitored and altered to developing events.

Outage Communications

Outage Communications

During an outage, your customers need to know how long they will go without power. Having an online outage map provides your customers easy access to the information they need, increasing customer satisfaction and reducing the load on your call centers.

Organize Storm Support Services

Organize Storm Support Services

When you need foreign crews to help restore power, communicating logistical information can pose problems. Esri Event Support app enables your support staff to create useful maps that crews can access to quickly get the lay of the land.

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