What GIS resources are available to help organizations communicate their pandemic response with stakeholders? How are businesses already using GIS to navigate the COVID-19 crisis? Why is it critical for organizations to have a geospatial strategy to leverage the massive amounts of data coming their way? Find out in this latest issue of News Roundup.
To help businesses gain a holistic view of their operating status and risk, Esri has released business continuity solutions to support businesses, utilities and government agencies with their COVID-19 response. Learn more about the Coronavirus Business Continuity ArcGIS Solution and the Coronavirus Business Continuity Hub.
For a more advanced walkthrough of these new solutions, register for Esri’s technical meetup on April 2, 2020 at 1:00 PM PDT / 4:00 PM EST.
Gun violence in Toronto is rising, but countless shootings go unnoticed until they hit too close to home. April 2020’s App of the Month, Dodge The Bullet, provides Torontonians with a visual and measurable way to see just how close they were to dodging a bullet.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve around the world, it’s becoming increasingly clear that GIS professionals can play a powerful role in mobilizing organizations’ data into full-fledged pandemic responses. This blog post details free resources that you can use with ArcGIS Hub to help communicate with your stakeholders about what you’re doing to mitigate the crisis.
Did you know that Esri Canada is fully prepared to deliver 100% of our instructor-led courses in a home environment? We’ve delivered hundreds of online courses each year for the last 10 years and are planning to continue in the coming months. Find out more about learning virtually with us with this blog post.
The COVID-19 pandemic will change—and is already changing—the ways in which business is done across the globe. In this blog post, Matthew Lewin discusses the ways that location technology can improve business resiliency and help businesses cope with the uncertainties of this ongoing crisis.
In a spatial data infrastructure (SDI), when users combine disparate geospatial data that has been collected and stored in different coordinate systems, there is a risk of additional distortion being introduced. This blog post demonstrates why users, when combining data layers from an SDI, should take the time to check the layers’ geometric registrations.
Many water departments still carry out operations using traditional paper-based documents. Unfortunately, paper-based processes lead to issues such as lack of data access, multiple and competing systems of record, delays in communication and increased risk of error—resulting in inefficient workflows. View our story map Digitally Transform your Water Department to learn how organizations can take advantage of digital workflows to make faster and better decisions.
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Esri’s StoryMaps team, with support from Johns Hopkins, has put together a series of maps and data that puts the coronavirus in perspective, including animated maps showing the early spread of the virus and how it progressed. The data is updated daily. Also, visit Esri's COVID-19 GIS Hub.
WhereNext is Esri’s digital magazine for business leaders. This article discusses how businesses in both the public and private sectors are using GIS technology to help them understand the spread of the novel coronavirus, navigate this unprecedented pandemic and make decisions quickly. We’ve linked key resources—like the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 hub—throughout the article.
Hear Omar Maher, director of artificial intelligence at Esri, explain how businesses and governments use artificial intelligence, machine learning and location intelligence for prediction.
The next evolution of app builder from Esri is called ArcGIS Experience Builder. When you want to build a customized web application for your end-users, it can often be more useful to build them an experience. Something that's more than simply a map-centric app. An experience is a web app that integrates maps along with stories, images, video, and other components for telling a bigger story.
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