When disaster strikes, Esri’s Disaster Response Program (DRP) is here to support you around the clock, 24/7. Monitor events online, explore rich content, augment software, and request assistance from Esri experts as part of our corporate citizenship. We're here when you need us most — during the darkest of times.
In collaboration with a number of United Nations partner agencies on the ground in Ecuador, United Nations Volunteers (UNV) is assessing how volunteers can assist in the relief efforts and coordinate needed support in Ecuador.
When people think of wildfires, they usually think of California and the mountain west region. But Oklahoma faces wildfire threats as well. Last year alone, two separate wildfires in the state destroyed 20 homes each; one person was killed.
Although the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s primary customers are the Defense Department and the intelligence community, it often provides federal, state, and local responders with their first look at a disaster.
Maps can do more than simply show location data. By layering in explanatory text, videos, photos and longitudinal data, organizations are increasingly crafting geography-based narratives. Story maps have been used to bring awareness to social problems, preview sporting events and track wildfires.
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