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Location technology enables you to better manage both disasters and planned events so you can deliver a more appropriate response when and where it’s needed. Emergency operations centres around the world rely on Esri solutions to plan for and mitigate complex threats and coordinate response and recovery efforts. With location intelligence and the Emergency Management Operations Solution from Esri, you develop a deeper understanding of risk and vulnerability, enrich internal and external communications, and make better decisions. 

Rapidly deploy and scale

Large-scale events and disasters are complex. It is difficult to track not only what is happening, but where it is happening and its potential impact. We have developed the Emergency Management Operations Solution to enable critical decision-making with tools, maps and apps that can scale quickly as the event unfolds. The solution delivers a set of pre-configured templates and core ArcGIS technology built to support key emergency management workflows. It is designed to enable emergency operations centres to connect people with location and data, so you can respond to emergencies more efficiently and effectively.

Extending the reach of your GIS

Extend the reach of your GIS during an emergency event. Powered by ArcGIS Online, the Emergency Management Operations Solution enables users, from EOC and emergency personnel to the public at-large, to gain situational awareness, understand the risks and rapidly deploy and scale their response throughout an event. Click on the image to see the full infographic.

During an event

Here’s how you can leverage the Emergency Management Operations Solution during an event.

Model potential impacts of the event using powerful analytics

Communicate the current status and location of emergency facilities and response teams

Monitor changing conditions to maintain situational awareness

Conduct location-based damage assessments

Provide executive briefings with a spatial view to command staff and senior officials

Share public information within the context of location

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