Maintaining situational awareness requires collaboration, information sharing, and a unified view of incident information. The Situational Awareness solution includes a harmonized suite of ArcGIS services that bring your incident and operations data to life.
This information is shared to facilitate a common operational picture as an incident, or event, evolves. It is also used as a foundation for focused maps and applications that support key emergency management activities.
Organize your incident and operations data to support each emergency management phase and share it with key members of your Incident Command System (ICS).
Maps help emergency management and public safety personnel visualize physical geography, social demography, and operations information during an incident or event. The Situational Awareness solution includes a series of focused maps that align with key ICS roles and the functions they must perform.
Configure these focused maps to bring your incident and operations data to life, and expand the use of geographic information in your emergency management activities.
The Situational Awareness solution includes a suite of applications that optimize key emergency management workflows and simplify interaction with incident and operations data. The applications align with key ICS roles and the functions they must perform and are shared with emergency management, public safety personnel, and other key stakeholders.
Deploy the situational awareness applications and leverage them to deliver a suite of mission focused applications delivered via a common operational picture.
Organize the suite of focused maps and applications provided in the situational awareness solution into a common operational picture that will increase collaboration, improve information sharing, and provide a single destination to discover incident or event information. The common operational picture provides emergency operations centers, incident commanders, and response personnel accurate and timely information when responding to, and managing, an incident or event.Get Started