Protecting, defending and securing citizens is more difficult today than ever before. Governments need modern, evolving and adaptive solutions that solve real problems at all scales—from global disasters to border security to local law enforcement and public health. Safe Communities is a new initiative that aims to empower government agencies with shared situational awareness through geospatial technology. Safety and security professionals make the most of existing resources and domain expertise to ensure tactical and strategic success in their missions.
Building Safe Communities with ArcGIS
Building Safe Communities requires that people, technology and processes work together in a coordinated and...
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