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GIS for Emergency Services

GIS is an essential technology for all phases of emergency management: planning, mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. 
 
Thousands of local, state and federal government agencies from around the world use the world leading ArcGIS software each year to minimise the impact of disasters on lives and property.  
 
From modelling potential disasters and maximising readiness to co-ordinating response and recovery efforts, the application of GIS has cemented itself as a critical component in emergency management.
 

Guiding disaster management

Flood Map GIS projectBrisbane City Council mapped the likely impact of the 2011 Queensland flood crisis - before the event fully unfolded. Read more...

Engaging the community

QRA GIS projectThe QRA’s interactive map of the Queensland Flood and Cyclone disasters will mitigate the effect of future flood events. Read more...

Saving lives and property

Queensland Fire and Rescue Service GIS projectWith GIS, Queensland’s emergency response personnel can be in the right place at the right time – saving lives and property. Read more...

Responding to Japan’s 2011 Tsunami

Japan Tsunami GIS projectGIS played a key role in guiding response and recovery efforts following the Tsunami in Japan.