Will your GIS data make the grade as public safety data?

November 27, 2019 David Hamilton

GIS data and processes are critical for NG9-1-1. Missing, incomplete or inaccurate data will delay locating and routing 9-1-1 calls and hinder timely response to emergencies. Will your GIS data make the grade as public safety data? Ask us how we can support you in getting your data ready for NG9-1-1.

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David Hamilton

David Hamilton is the Public Safety Industry Manager for Esri Canada. His efforts are focused on advising customers how to use GIS technology to improve all areas of public safety, specifically (NG)9-1-1, law enforcement, fire services, emergency medical services, emergency management, and search and rescue. Prior to joining Esri Canada in 2010, David managed the GIS for E-Comm 9-1-1 in Vancouver, and worked for the RCMP at the Integrated Security Unit for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games where he managed their Common Operating Picture. Being active has been a major part of David’s personal life; soccer, track & field, skiing, cycling, hiking and now kayaking are all among his favourite activities… Yoga is next.

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