Jeremiah Lindemann

Jeremiah is an ArcGIS Solutions product engineer. He has more than 20 years experience with Esri, including six years as an instructor with Educational Services and several years as a solution engineer on the State and Local Government Global Business team. For the last several years he has been supporting public safety and health workflows with ArcGIS Solutions.

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Immunization Outreach Solution Released

New ArcGIS Solution helps health and human service departments increase public trust and monitor immunization trends.

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Pre-Incident Planning Solution Released

New Pre-Incident Planning solution delivers a set of capabilities that help fire agencies inventory pre-incident plans.

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Fire Accreditation Analysis Solution Released

New ArcGIS Solution helps fire departments enhance hazard risk analysis and measure service delivery over time.

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Opioid Epidemic Outreach Solution Released

New Opioid Epidemic Outreach solution released allows local governments to promote educational efforts and inventory resources.

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Understanding homelessness in your community with the Point-in-Time Count

Updated Point-in-Time Count solution allows to inventory people experiencing homelessness aligns with latest HUD updates.

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Enhanced Damage Assessment Solution Improves Collaboration

Recent enhancements to the Damage Assessment solution help governments conduct initial assessments after a natural disaster or incident.

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Community Health Outreach Solution Released

New solution helps health and human services engage with citizens regarding health initiatives, where to find health resources and volunteering.

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Enhanced homeless solutions released

Updated solutions help count homeless individuals and activity in your community, educate your community determine where greatest need is.

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Community Health Assessment Solution Released

New solution helps health and human services organizations plan for and conduct assessments routinely or after an emergency.

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