Public Safety

  • What is next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1)?

    What is next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1)?

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  • GIS Readiness Assessment for NG9-1-1 in the City of Guelph

    GIS Readiness Assessment for NG9-1-1 in the City of Guelph

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  • Introducing the Emergency Management Operations Solution

    Introducing the Emergency Management Operations Solution

    Emergency Management Operations (EMO) Solution is a set of configurable maps and apps that provide key data relevant to your operational workflows.

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  • Climate change, positive feedback loops, and what is an atmospheric river?

    Climate change, positive feedback loops, and what is an atmospheric river?

    Esri Canada’s David Hamilton reflects on the effects of climate change in his home province of BC and how to prepare for future emergency events

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  • COVID-19 contact tracing and facility mapping with ArcGIS Indoors

    COVID-19 contact tracing and facility mapping with ArcGIS Indoors

    How ArcGIS Indoors can help hospitals and other facilities manage contact tracing during the COVID-19 crisis.

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  • 3 key points for building your own dashboard

    3 key points for building your own dashboard

    Esri Canada’s Paul Voegtle shares how dashboards tell a compelling and effective story

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  • Finding GIS-based solutions during the COVID-19 crisis

    Finding GIS-based solutions during the COVID-19 crisis

    Esri Canada’s Nathan Enge shares how GIS can enhance health organizations’ existing processes in light of COVID-19.

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  • App of the Month: Dodge The Bullet

    App of the Month: Dodge The Bullet

    Learn more about how coalition of advocacy organizations used Esri’s GIS technology to educate the public about gun violence in Toronto.

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  • FAQ: Responding to the COVID-19 Crisis with Free ArcGIS Hub Resources

    FAQ: Responding to the COVID-19 Crisis with Free ArcGIS Hub Resources

    Learn more about using Esri Canada’s free resources with ArcGIS Hub to talk to your stakeholders about your COVID-19 response.

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  • NG9-1-1: How do you know that your GIS data is ready?

    NG9-1-1: How do you know that your GIS data is ready?

    How you manage your data will determine how successful you will be at meeting the NG9-1-1 goals

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  • New Brunswick Blazes the Trail on Getting its Data Ready for NG9-1-1

    New Brunswick Blazes the Trail on Getting its Data Ready for NG9-1-1

    Learn how the New Brunswick 911 Bureau leveraged the Public Safety GeoXchange to create a single, comprehensive and up-to-date road network and civic address database.

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  • The Path to Crime Analysis53:07

    The Path to Crime Analysis

    Effective crime analysis helps law enforcement agencies find out the who, what, when, where, how, and why of crime in a community. This webinar will introduce participants to the field of crime analys

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  • Crime Analytics: An Essential Skill for Intelligent Crime Fighting

    Crime Analytics: An Essential Skill for Intelligent Crime Fighting

    Ontario programs give students the knowledge and experience to apply location technology in the fields of justice, safety and security

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

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

    GIS data must meet national standards for next-generation 9-1-1 to accurately locate and route calls and support timely response to emergencies.

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  • GIS for good: Helping find missing children faster

    GIS for good: Helping find missing children faster

    Read about the technology powering MCSC rescu, an app that engages the public in helping police find missing children in Canada.

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  • Test your data readiness for NG9-1-1

    Test your data readiness for NG9-1-1

    For NG9-1-1, GIS data must meet national standards because incomplete or inaccurate data will delay locating callers and timely response to emergencies.

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  • Is your GIS data ready for NG9-1-1?

    Is your GIS data ready for NG9-1-1?

    For NG9-1-1, GIS data must meet national standards because incomplete or inaccurate data will delay locating callers and timely response to emergencies.

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  • NG9-1-1: GIS Data Accuracy and Currency

    NG9-1-1: GIS Data Accuracy and Currency

    Accurate street attributes (address ranges and names) and current public safety boundary data are very important for proper routing of 9-1-1 calls.

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  • NG9-1-1: Why we need data to be complete

    NG9-1-1: Why we need data to be complete

    Complete and standards-based data strengthens the emergency response system. NG9-1-1 will need rich and complete data to function properly.

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  • How GIS and citizen science can unmask Canadian tornadoes

    How GIS and citizen science can unmask Canadian tornadoes

    Northern Tornadoes Project blends GIS and citizen science together to enhance detection of unknown tornado occurrences.

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