Nice blog post by Jeremiah Lindemann on using mapping technology to help combat the opioid crisis, New America blog: Creating awareness and action through mapping It includes links to some great app examples. Enjoy,
By Ryan Lanclos, Director of Public Safety Industries, Esri As San Antonio, Texas prepared to host the 2018 NCAA Men’s Final Four Championship in early April, a series of bombs exploded in nearby Austin. “That put everybody on edge, then one of the bombs went off at the FedEx transfer facility in Schertz, which is just 17 miles up the road,…(Show moreShow less)
Public and first responder demand for information for situational information is at its highest level ever. Join members of the Esri Public Safety Team and executive staff from Ventura County Fire Department as they cast a vision for interoperable, widely distributed, and actionable wildfire information using the story of the Thomas Fire as a…
Great New America article by Jeremiah Lindemann on how some local governments have now started mapping EMS calls for overdoses as a first step in showing how overwhelming the epidemic is for EMS personnel. Local Governments Mapping EMS Overdoses Enjoy,
Are you coming to the Esri User Conference (UC) or the National Security and Public Safety Summit? The Esri UC has many presentations and events with hundreds of topics covered. To help you find your way to the Public Safety, Fire/EMS, Emergency Management, Law Enforcement, Emergency Call-Taking and Dispatch, and National Security activities, we…
FYI, 2 great articles that discuss how local government are using GIS technology and Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS in particular, to help with the opioid epidemic. 1. The Herald-News: Will County GIS important for information gathering For the opioid crisis, the Will County GIS Division helped identify where heroin overdose incidents…(Show moreShow less)
I'm trying to find people to commiserate with who are Esri users who were tasked to roll map data to Intergraph's I/CAD system. I have heard snippets about their new I/Map Editor toolbar that supposedly works with ArcMap now, but haven't found a whole lot of information on it. There is no GeoNet in Intergraph-land... Anyone?
ESRI is the "Cadillac" in my view and I think for the original poster also...... Lucky you Yes I find Hexa support and platform V disappointing in both realms. Sad to know the backside of all the services that are important fire, ems, law must rely on such mediocrity