Volume 20 No. 1 - Building Safer Communities (Spring 2017)

June 13, 2017

The spring 2017 issue of ArcNorth News highlights stories from across Canada where organizations and agencies use ArcGIS to promote public safety, respond effectively to emergencies and build safer communities. Read about Toronto Police Services’ self-serve GIS apps that give the public unprecedented insight into policing activities, and how GIS experts from the Alberta Office of the Fire Commissioner and Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo put a fully-automated rapid damage assessment solution in place among many of our feature stories and regular columns.

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Volume 20 No. 2 - Driving Digital Transformation with GIS

Esri Canada's ArcNorth News 2017 - fall issue is available online. It focuses on how GIS is driving digital...

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Volume 19 No. 2 - GIS: Enabling Smarter Communities (Fall 2016)
Volume 19 No. 2 - GIS: Enabling Smarter Communities (Fall 2016)

This issue features several articles that demonstrate how organizations are leveraging ArcGIS to share data...

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