The most recent releases of the ArcGIS for Emergency Management solution includes the following:

January 2017

December 2016

September 2016

July 2016

June 2016

April 2016

  • A series of enhancements to the Community Addresses and Community Parcels solutions that add support for federated ArcGIS Server services.
  • A series of enhancements to the ArcGIS for Emergency Management solution site.

February 2016

November 2015

October 2015

  • The first release of Situational Awareness, a suite of services and applications designed to facilitate a common view of information throughout an emergency situation.
    • Common Operational Picture, a destination for a suite of maps and application in support of Situational Awareness.
    • Incident Analysis Viewer, an application used to assess and understand potential impacts to citizens and infrastructure within the community.
    • Operations Response, an application used by management personnel to understand the status and locations of emergency management facilities and assets.
    • Logistics Planning, an application used for the assessment and understanding of points of distribution, commodity levels, and staging locations related to the incident location or impact area.
    • Incident Status Dashboard, an application used by Incident Command staff to monitor response activities and measure progress.
    • Incident Briefing, a collection of maps and applications that can be used to communicate dynamic and interactive information to facilitate daily briefings.
    • Public Information Map, an application that can be configured to utilize authoritative event-based information as well as social media feeds to facilitate Situational Awareness.
    • Impact Summary Map, an application that utilizes enriched content to provide summary information for the impacted population.
  • A series of enhancements to Floodplain Inquiry
  • The first release of Photo Survey, which facilitates visual inspection of ground and air photos for initial damage assessment.
  • Improvements to CAMEO Tools to better handle potential value errors in the source data.
  • A series of enhancements to the Road Closures solution that help emergency management agencies share road closure information with consumer navigation and traffic applications.

August 2015

  • The first release of Shelter Locator, a configuration of ArcGIS and a JavaScript application that allows citizens to locate emergency shelters in their community from a smartphone, tablet, and desktop computer.
  • The first release of Debris Reporting, a configuration of ArcGIS that supports emergency response organizations with identifing debris after a man-made or natural disaster by enabling the public and response workers with simple to use reporting tools.
  • An update to the Citizen Reports download.

July 2015

  • Improvements to Flood Planning
  • CAMEO Tools now supports Python 3 and ArcGIS for Desktop Basic.
  • Improvements have been made to the Citizen Reports application to enable users to select from drop-down options when filling out reports.
  • The Damage Assessment Summary Report widget for Operations Dashboard received minor updates.
  • The publishing tools in Community Parcels were enhanced to better process large datasets.
  • Many enhancements and bug fixes have been made to the Briefing Book, including support for smart mapping and labeling, view only mode, and printing.
  • A series of enhancements to the ArcGIS for Emergency Management Solution site.

May 2015

  • The first release of CAMEO Tools, a configuration of ArcGIS that imports into a File Geodatabase data that have been exported from a CAMEO system.
  • A series of enhancements to the Community Addresses and Community Parcels publication tools that improve performance and increase support for complex geometries.
  • The first release of Health and Safety Reports, a configuration of the ArcGIS Platform that allows citizens and public safety personnel to file reports important to the health and safety of a community.

March 2015

  • The first release of Damage Assessment Summary Tool, an Operations Dashboard Add-in that enables emergency management organizations to summarizes damage assesment information.
  • The first release of Crowdsource Reporter, a configurable application template that allows users to submit problems or observations.
  • The first release of Crowdsource Manager, a companion application template to Crowdsource Reporter, allows users within an organization to review problems or observations submitted through the Reporter application.
  • Retired Common Operational Picture

February 2015

  • The first release of Community Addresses, a configuration of ArcGIS that helps organizations aggregate address information from authoritative sources.
  • The first release of Community Parcels, a configuration of ArcGIS that helps organizations aggregate parcel information from authoritative sources.

December 2014

  • Updates to Citizen Service Request, including support for ArcGIS 10.3 and ArcGIS API for JavaScript 3.11, as well as a series of additional improvements.
  • Updates to Damage Assessment to include support for ArcGIS 10.3.
  • Added support for ArcGIS 10.3 for Emergency Assistance.
  • Updates to Emergency Management Maps to include support for ArcGIS 10.3.
  • Added support for ArcGIS 10.3 for Evacuation Zones.
  • Updates to Flood Planning to include support for ArcGIS 10.3, and the most recent versions of the Attribute Assistant Add-In.
  • Updates to My Hazard Information, including support for ArcGIS 10.3 and ArcGIS API for JavaScript 3.11, as well as a series of additional improvements.
  • Added support for ArcGIS 10.3 for Road Closures.
  • Updates to Special Event Planning to include support for ArcGIS 10.3, and the most recent versions of the Attribute Assistance Add-In.

October 2014

  • The first release of Emergency Assistance, a configuration of ArcGIS Online and the Geoform configurable application templates that can be used by citizens to register for emergency assistance.
  • The first release of Evacuation Zones, a configuration of ArcGIS Online and the Information Lookup configurable application templates that can be used by emergency management staff to notify the public when evacuations are required.
  • The first release of Road Closures, a configuration of ArcGIS Online that can be used by engineers and operations staff to track road blocks or closures set up to control or block traffic along a road; and share this information with the public.

June 2014

  • Updates to ArcGIS Online for Emergency Management that include updated documentation and icons.
  • A series of improvements to Briefing Book, including support for ArcGIS organization account enterprise logins.
  • Updates to Common Operational Picture.
  • Updates to Damage Assessment to include new symbology.
  • Updates to Emergency Management Maps to include.
  • Updates to Flood Planning to include the most recent versions of the Attribute Assistant Add-In.
  • Updates to My Hazard Information.
  • Updates to Special Event Planning to include the most recent versions of the Attribute Assistance Add-In.

April 2014

  • The first release of My Hazard Information, a configuration of ArcGIS Online and a JavaScript application that helps residents discover hazards that exist in their community.
  • The first release of Briefing Book, a configuration of ArcGIS and a JavaScript application that allows users to view and create map-based briefings and reports with interactive content.

February 2014

  • Updates to Common Operational Picture to include a series of enhancements.
  • The first release of Damage Assessment, a configuration of ArcGIS Online and Collector for ArcGIS that supports the collection of structural damage during emergency response activities.

December 2013

  • Updates to Emergency Management Maps.
  • Updates to Flood Planning
  • An updated SpecialEventPlanning.mxd as well as the latest versions of the Attribute Assistant for Special Event Planning.

November 2013

  • Updates to Citizen Service Request, including support for ArcGIS API for JavaScript 3.5 and Android tablet browsers.
  • Upgraded proxy files for My Hazard Information.

Additional details can be found in the release notes for each map and application included in the solution.

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