Emergency Management

With location technology, emergency operations staff can plan for disaster scenarios, maintain situational awareness, assess damage and deliver relief.

  • Introducing the Emergency Management Operations Solution

    Introducing the Emergency Management Operations Solution

    Emergency Management Operations (EMO) Solution is a set of configurable maps and apps that provide key data relevant to your operational workflows.

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  • Climate change, positive feedback loops, and what is an atmospheric river?

    Climate change, positive feedback loops, and what is an atmospheric river?

    Esri Canada’s David Hamilton reflects on the effects of climate change in his home province of BC and how to prepare for future emergency events

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  • Thank you to our front-line health professionals

    Thank you to our front-line health professionals

    A recent experience has given David Hamilton immense gratitude for health care staff on the front lines, especially during the pandemic.

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  • What I’m reading now: COVID-19 Emergency Management reading list

    What I’m reading now: COVID-19 Emergency Management reading list

    Esri Canada’s David Hamilton shares timely articles that explore how COVID-19 will impact traditional emergency management planning and response

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  • Flood season requires monitoring, preparation, action

    Flood season requires monitoring, preparation, action

    See how Service New Brunswick is using ArcGIS API for JavaScript to monitor flood risks and gain situational awareness.

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  • 3 key points for building your own dashboard

    3 key points for building your own dashboard

    Esri Canada’s Paul Voegtle shares how dashboards tell a compelling and effective story

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  • Cloud Storage: The value of the cloud in infrastructure emergency management

    Cloud Storage: The value of the cloud in infrastructure emergency management

    Find out how GeoBC leverages Esri’s cloud-based mapping platform, ArcGIS Online, to coordinate emergency response during wildfires in BC

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  • Finding GIS-based solutions during the COVID-19 crisis

    Finding GIS-based solutions during the COVID-19 crisis

    Esri Canada’s Nathan Enge shares how GIS can enhance health organizations’ existing processes in light of COVID-19.

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  • Using the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool for ArcGIS Pro

    Using the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool for ArcGIS Pro

    Deploy industry-specific web services, maps and apps to your ArcGIS Online organization or Portal for ArcGIS with a few clicks

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  • Increasing wildfires in Canada’s forests: The new normal

    Increasing wildfires in Canada’s forests: The new normal

    With wildfires and other disasters expected to set new records, how can communities use location intelligence to prepare for this new normal?

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  • Towards Resiliency: Leveraging Esri in all phases of emergency management

    Towards Resiliency: Leveraging Esri in all phases of emergency management

    Esri technology enables a better understanding of emergency situations as wells as time saving with real-time data.

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  • Halifax Explosion: Preventing history from repeating itself

    Halifax Explosion: Preventing history from repeating itself

    Disasters like Halifax Explosion can be avoided by using GPS & GIS technology. Many port authorities use Esri solutions to ensure public safety.

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  • Fire, flood or freak storm: Esri’s Disaster Response Program is there

    Fire, flood or freak storm: Esri’s Disaster Response Program is there

    Esri’s Disaster Response Program is ready to support organizations 24/7 through software, data and technical support for emergency operations.

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  • Tackling the new normal in Emergency Management with Location Intelligence

    Tackling the new normal in Emergency Management with Location Intelligence

    Location Intelligence helps emergency management professionals maintain situational awareness, analyze impact, assess damage and inform the public.

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  • How GIS and citizen science can unmask Canadian tornadoes

    How GIS and citizen science can unmask Canadian tornadoes

    Northern Tornadoes Project blends GIS and citizen science together to enhance detection of unknown tornado occurrences.

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  • NG9-1-1: Terms we must come to terms with

    NG9-1-1: Terms we must come to terms with

    Next generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) glossary for GIS professionals across Canada

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  • NG9-1-1: A game changer in public safety

    NG9-1-1: A game changer in public safety

    NG9-1-1 is expected to save more lives and GIS systems and services are a core function of that formula.

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  • NG9-1-1 puts GIS on its map

    NG9-1-1 puts GIS on its map

    GIS has an important role in Next Generation 9-1-1 in Canada–helping deliver improved data, routing of emergency calls and dispatching resources.

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  • Public safety has always been geocentric – even if you didn’t know it

    Public safety has always been geocentric – even if you didn’t know it

    Find out why location is integral to public safety, and how GIS, by extension, is a logical element of an operational Next Generation 9-1-1.

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  • Esri’s ArcGIS Pro is the right desktop GIS for the Defence and Intelligence community

    Esri’s ArcGIS Pro is the right desktop GIS for the Defence and Intelligence community

    New online tools for the intelligence and defence analyst community

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