We're back with a new name
Join us at the Safety and Security Summit @ Esri UC (ES3), formerly the National Security and Public Safety Summit, and learn how location intelligence provides a road map to resilience for public safety, corporate security, public health, and national security agencies around the world.
GIS: Building a safe and resilient future
In today’s modern world, organizations must contend with risks that are more complex, interconnected, and systemic than ever before. From natural, technological, and human-caused threats and hazards, to underlying social inequities, agencies need a better understanding of these risks to build a safer, more resilient future. Join us to explore how the geographic approach helps organizations prepare and adapt to a rapidly changing world, and better respond and recover from significant events.
Discover ways to build resilience
Learn how safety, security, and emergency management professionals use GIS to build resilience for communities and their own organization.
Collaborate with industry peers
Take advantage of this opportunity to meet thought leaders, share experiences, and network with industry peers working on similar challenges.
Find inspiration and new solutions
Discover how Esri software, services, and partner agencies help you understand risk, plan effective programs and strategies to reduce risk and collaborate for resilience.
Meet with Esri experts
Connect with Esri’s subject matter experts and discuss how the right technology, people, and processes can ensure your geospatial strategy is successful.
Contribute your expertise, success stories, and lessons learned at the summit. Here are a few ways to get involved.
Become a sponsor or exhibitor
Attract and engage decision decision-makers with your GIS products and services. Engage with users at the conference summit and demonstrate how you are transforming and impacting your industry.
Submit Plenary Session images
Share examples of your work that illustrate the value of GIS. Submit up to three images of your best maps, photos, and diagrams to be considered for inclusion at the Plenary Session.
Become a presenter
Submit your abstract about an inspiring story that illustrates how you are using Esri GIS technology in public safety to positively impact your community's safety.
Discover our public safety community
Explore Esri Community to access resources and connect with others in the public safety arena.