Ryan Lanclos

Ryan Lanclos is Esri’s public safety industry team lead where he is responsible for coordinating initiatives across emergency management, fire and EMS, law enforcement and national security, and emergency call taking and dispatch. Previously Ryan served as Missouri’s first state geographic information officer (GIO) and GIS lead for the Governor’s Homeland Security Advisory Council; and he provided county-wide GIS strategic planning and implementation for Montgomery County, Texas, in the Houston area. Most recently, he served as director of state and local government at the nonprofit National Alliance for Public Safety GIS (NAPSG) Foundation.

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Hawaii Volcano: Scientists, Emergency Responders Put Drones to Work

While drones have been used previously to map volcanoes, CRASAR’s fleet was the first to use them to officially aid disaster response.

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How San Antonio Beefed Up Security for NCAA Final Four

San Antonio deployed real-time location intelligence to combat fears and enhance public safety during the NCAA Final Four events.

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Toronto Police Use Maps and Apps to Strengthen Community-Based Policing

Mapping apps deliver targeted information to police officers in the field that improve their community connections.

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Real-time Map Helps Bergen Deliver a World-Class Cycling Race

Real-time awareness helped Bergen deliver a well-coordinated nine-day bicycle race, leading to a new public safety approach for all of Norway.

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Key West Collects Comprehensive Assessments After Hurricane Irma Hits

Data collection on a map allowed Key West to quickly, efficiently, and flexibly capture damage details even when communications were lost.

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Chicago Adds Real-time Awareness to Manage the Marathon

Connecting Chicago’s Emergency Operations Center to real-time runner locations on the course helps the Chicago Marathon run smoothly.

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