Planning for and responding to threats in today’s new normal requires better insights and the agility to respond appropriately. When events occur, you need an integrated system with real-time tools to quickly analyze the situation, assess damage, support decision-making, deploy resources, and inform the public.
Increasingly, organizations are deploying the Esri geospatial cloud to help manage their response to disasters and emergencies. In this webinar, you’ll discover how location-based tools, such as those used in the Johns Hopkins University coronavirus dashboard, can empower critical decision-making and help you scale a response to save lives and property.
Ryan is responsible for strategic initiatives across public safety and national security at Esri. He serves as Esri’s subject matter expert on GIS for emergency management and humanitarian response, and he leads Esri’s Disaster Response Program (DRP) that provides 24×7 GIS support to organizations during disasters.
David advises customers on how to use GIS technology to improve all areas of public safety, specifically (NG)9-1-1, law enforcement, fire services, emergency medical services, emergency management, and search and rescue. Prior to joining Esri Canada in 2010, David managed the GIS for E-Comm 9-1-1 in Vancouver, and worked for the RCMP at the Integrated Security Unit for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games where he managed their Common Operating Picture.
All session times are in Eastern Time (ET)