Creating safer, less vulnerable communities in "the new normal" requires a modern approach to understanding threats and hazards that are more complex, costly and devastating than ever before. When a disaster strikes, knowing what you need and how to find it can be the key factor that saves lives, resources and critical infrastructure. Esri can help you with all phases of emergency management, from developing mitigation plans to managing limited resources in the midst of chaos and prioritizing recovery efforts once the dust settles.
These phases are Mitigate, Prepare, Respond and Recover.
Address the short-term impacts of an incident, maintain situational awareness, conduct initial damage assessments, and inform key stakeholders and the general public.
Location Technology Ensures Safety at Pasadena Rose Parade
The Pasadena Fire Department transformed situational awareness and emergency response for the 2020 Rose Parade by replacing bulky map books with accurate and comprehensive digital maps. This real-time common operating picture, powered by Esri's field applications and event management solutions, delivered critical information that enabled public safety teams and staff to more effectively manage situational awareness and emergency response.
The Common Operating Platform (COP) developed and supported by GeoBC provides a one-stop shop for emergency management information. Using this collaborative tool based on Esri products enables timely situational awareness for all parties regardless of physical location. EMBC and GeoBC are able to respond to changing needs for information and meet the needs of the emergency management community.
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