Smart Communities for any Community

September 28, 2017
September 28, 2017 - Every community, regardless of size, has the potential to use data and technology to become a smart community. Citizens want the places where they live, work and play to be safe, healthy, livable, sustainable, prosperous and well-run. With data-driven citizenship as a top priority, ArcGIS engages governments and communities around policy initiatives to tackle pressing issues. This helps bring top priorities into focus. From fighting opioid addiction to reducing pedestrian deaths and from attracting new businesses to encouraging start-ups, ArcGIS provides a two-way engagement platform to connect government and citizens. ArcGIS can make a smart community even smarter, giving context and purpose to data. It organizes people, processes and technology to meet the needs of citizens and government organizations. In this recordingwe will look at some case studies and solutions that are geared towards helping any community create sustainable, repeatable and integrated services, which help you to meet your aspirations and goals.
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