Safe Communities is a new initiative that aims to rapidly empower governments with shared situational awareness through geospatial technology. In a Safe Community, people, technology, and processes work together in a coordinated and collaborative way to enhance safety, manage risk, and increase overall engagement through daily operations. Safety and security professionals make the most of existing resources and domain expertise to ensure tactical and strategic success in their missions.
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How Utilities Can Effectively Manage Water Main Break Challenges
Empowering Water Utilities with Business Intelligence
Find out how utilities can use business intelligence to manage water loss, identify water quality issues, and more.
Understanding the Utility Network: A Guide for Water Utilities
Find out how water utilities can enable the sharing of their network across the entire organization and provide an authoritative view of assets to everyone that needs it.
ROI of Evolving Your Road Network Data Management Practice
This white paper identifies the return on investment for a municipal government of making this data management philosophy change.
Digitally Transform Field Operations
This e-book explains how geographic information system (GIS) technology and a suite of field mobility apps work together to improve performance in the field.
Winning with Location Intelligence: The Essential Practices
Find out the key practices that underpin an organization’s location intelligence capabilities, particularly those that drive business outcomes.
How to Build Safer Communities
Safe Communities is a new initiative that aims to empower government agencies with shared situational awareness through geospatial technology.
ArcGIS for Emergency Management
ArcGIS for Emergency Management supports and enables common workflows across all aspects of the emergency management mission, from planning to response and recovery.
White Paper - Incorporating Web GIS in the K-12 Classroom
Read about the growing momentum of GIS use in Canada's schools that is promoting higher order thinking skills, spatial literacy and numeracy among students.
Optimizing Utility Asset Management Using Geographic Information Systems - A Geographic Solution for Implementing PAS 55
GIS supports PAS 55 compliance by enabling utilities to manage information about their assets’ entire lifecycle and making it available to all stakeholders from a centralized repository.
Esri Technology for the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI)