Tag: public safety
Earlier this year, the Esri Disaster Response Program team presented a live training seminar on our lessons learned from past events. During this presentation, we covered the top ten information products that we often make when supporting our users. Those … Continue reading
It’s that time of the year again! The International User Conference 2015 is right around the corner during the week of July 20th. The ArcGIS for Emergency Management team will be offering several demo theatres (DT) and technical workshops (TW) … Continue reading
In our last post, we showed an example presentation that contained the live feeds in a public application. In this post we wanted to provide the details on how you can share ArcGIS Online content with the public. This applies … Continue reading
Need to gather some simple information and put it on a map? The GeoForm is a configurable web mapping application template for form-based data editing of a Feature Service through the web browser. This application allows users to enter data through a form instead … Continue reading
In this blog post we want to cover two new features of ArcGIS Online that go great together, presentation mode and live feeds. With the July release, you can now create presentations with your web maps. This is great way … Continue reading
Does your Fire District have a mixture of densely populated urban and sparsely populated rural/wilderness areas? So does Cook County Minnesota, which borders Canada along the north shore of Lake Superior. Nine volunteer fire districts in the county provide fire … Continue reading
The 2014 Esri International User Conference (July 14-18) we’ll be offering several technical workshops and demo theaters dedicated to the ArcGIS for Local Government solution. These sessions focus on the maps and apps available within each local government community (Land Records, … Continue reading
In March we rolled out quite a few updates to Esri products and the Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS was no exception. A lot of exciting new features were added and you can find a full list of updates on our doc site or a preview of them from this blog article.
Perhaps the most sought after request that we added this release is to extend the reach of Dashboard beyond Windows Desktops and laptops and add support for tablets (iPads and Android tablets) so that more people within the organization can use it. With the 10.2.2 release, we have done just that by building Dashboard into the browser so it can run across platforms.
This blog article will describe how you can author operation views that target the browser and highlight capabilities within the browser app itself. Continue reading
We’re happy to announce that we’ve updated the Damage Assessment template for ArcGIS 10.2. In this release, we transitioned to using ArcGIS Online and the Collector application. Since Collector now supports offline capabilities, we believe it’s very important to leverage … Continue reading
Sharing information with the public in a map form on the hazards they face is a great way to help increase preparedness. We are proud to announce the release of the My Hazard Information application as a part of our … Continue reading