Public Safety maps and apps are used by law enforcement, fire, and homeland security personnel to plan for and respond to incidents and events in a community.
The NOAA Climate Prediction Center is forecasting an active to extremely active season this year. In their 2013 Hurricane Outlook, NOAA states there is a “70 percent likelihood of 13 to 20 named storms” with “3 to 6 major hurricanes”. With Hurricane … Continue reading
The 2013 Esri International User Conference is in early July and this year we will again have several sessions/events dedicated to the ArcGIS for Local Government solution and the maps and apps available within each community (Land Records, Water Utilities, … Continue reading
by Tim Whiteaker, Research Associate, Center for Research in Water Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, firstname.lastname@example.org. I recently needed to create a mesh of hexagons covering a study area in the Arctic for a research proposal. These hexagons … Continue reading
The heavy spring rain and late season snowfall have forced many communities in the Midwest to deal with seasonal river flooding. As warmer temperatures move north, the snow melt and additional rainfall will increase the chance of flooding down river. … Continue reading
With ArcGIS Online, individuals, governments, and organizations alike can create and share compelling map stories. For example, by using just two map layers, law enforcement officials could use ArcGIS Online to determine the locations where crimes are occurring, perform spatial … Continue reading