GIS technology provides emergency management authorities with powerful mapping and analysis capabilities at every stage of the disaster cycle.
Read how GIS technology has improved planning, response times, collaboration and communication in emergency situations around the world.
In response to COVID-19 and the increasing impact of climate change, learn how leaders are enhancing disaster management strategies to improve community resilience.
The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) helped Queenslanders understand and prepare for the bushfire risk in their neighborhoods by checking their post code.
Combining GIS with LiDAR imagery allows ACT Emergency Services Agency to conduct wide scale assessments quickly and accurately, enabling better planning and community education.
See how the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services turns data into actionable insights to manage disaster situations using GIS technology.
Learn how a location-driven upgrade of one of South Australia's pivotal emergency service technologies improved safety across the state.
Watch how Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Air Operations Unit captured rapid high-resolution drone imagery to identify damage to homes in Springfield Lakes, inform disaster recovery plans and support community response.
Salem has experienced a one in 100 year flood event five times in the last 150 years. Learn how the city of Salem leverages location-based field apps to drive a collaborative, community-led approach to flood mitigation.
Using ArcGIS Online, the NSW Department of Industry, Lands & Water developed Incendo, a web app which enables the recording and maintenance of bushfire data affecting Crown land.
Stay informed with comprehensive information on Australia's bushfires and get coverage on how global agencies are leveraging technology for emergency management.
Chief Zagaris has been involved in every major emergency in California over the last 40 years. Under his leadership, technological innovation was placed at the heart of modern-day firefighting - changing the way agencies respond to emergencies.