Geocortex Active Operating Picture (AOP) helps Incident Commanders respond to emergency situations with a reliable, direct link to/from the field. AOP’s design enables clear, multi-way communication with mobile accessibility, a common/clean map interface, and tools to plan routes, share information and manage conversations. We began this session by presenting a brief overview of the Esri and Latitude Geographics partnership, and how that partnership produced the Active Operating Picture (AOP). We then dove into AOP, demonstrating the advanced capabilities that simplify the way you coordinate response to an emergency situation.
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