Building Safe Communities requires that people, technology and processes work together in a coordinated and collaborative way. Esri’s geospatial technology empowers organizations to achieve situational awareness by sharing dynamic data, maps and apps using a Web GIS platform. Web maps provide an intuitive way to understand complex situations and quickly share information both internally and with partner agencies. This webinar will use live demonstrations to introduce the key initial operating capabilities to support Operations Centres that help keep your community safe.
How to Build Safer Communities - An Executive Summary
In a Safe Community, people, technology, and processes work together in a coordinated and collaborative way...
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