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What's New in ArcGIS Solutions (June 2021 Release)

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In the June 2021 release, you will find several new ArcGIS Solutions for state and local governments, utilities, and public safety agencies.  There are also many enhancements to the existing solution portfolio that can be leveraged by organizations of all types.

New ArcGIS Solutions

Here is a quick summary of what’s new in the June release:

AED Inventory

AED Inventory can be used to maintain an inventory of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) and share the location of AEDs with internal stakeholders and the public.

Emergency Debris Management

Emergency Debris Management can be used to expedite initial debris clearance, assess volume, and monitor the removal of disaster debris accumulated on roads, right-of-ways, and public facilities.

Emergency Debris Management can be used to expedite debris clearance after an incident.
Expedite debris clearance after an emergency incident

Lead Service Line Inventory

Lead Service Line Inventory can be used to develop a lead service line inventory and monitor the replacement of service lines required to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Lead and Copper Rule Revisions.

Lead Service Line Inventory can be used to develop lead service line inventory and monitor the replacement of service lines.
Inventory lead service lines and monitor replacement activities

Outage Damage Assessment

Outage Damage Assessment can be used to perform damage assessments and respond to outages caused by severe weather conditions and emergency incidents.

Outage Damage Assessment can be used to perform damage assessments and respond to outages caused by severe weather.
Understand how a storm may have damaged electric and telecommunication assets

The Outage Damage Assessment solution is typically implemented by electric utilities and communication organizations that want to quickly assess the extent of damage, effectively allocate crews, and make informed decisions during storm restoration.

Enhanced ArcGIS Solutions

This release also includes major enhancements to the following:

Damage Assessment

Damage Assessment can be used to conduct initial damage assessments after a natural disaster or catastrophic incident.

Quickly conduct damage assessments after a natural or manmade disaster

The Damage Assessment solution is typically implemented by emergency management agencies that want to quickly understand the impact of a natural disaster, or catastrophic incident, and immediately assign resources to appropriate response and recovery activities.

Emergency Management Operations

Emergency Management Operations can be used to manage incident operations and maintain situational awareness during emergency response and recovery phases.

Share critical information with the general public when an emergency incident occurs

Fire Incident Dashboard

Fire Incident Dashboard can be used to visualize fire and emergency medical service (EMS) incidents sourced from computer-aided dispatch or records management systems and monitor associated response times.

Visualize fire and EMS calls for service and ensure you are meeting response standards

But that’s not all.  Several other solutions were also updated in this release:

Finally, learn more about any general improvements, lifecycle changes and issues that have been addressed in this release.

Visit our product destination for more information.

About the author

Scott is the Manager of the ArcGIS Solutions team and also leads the development of ArcGIS Solutions for State and Local Governments. He has been with Esri since 2008.

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