GIS for government
Emergency management solutions
Whether it’s fire, storm, flood or haze – emergency and disaster management response units in Indonesia rely on Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to overcome challenges, mitigate risks and meet mission requirements.
GIS maps and analyses vast amounts of data and transforms it into actionable information – enabling emergency service organisations to:
- Establish effective response and mitigation plans
- Optimise situational awareness during a crisis
- Effectively manage resources
- Efficiently execute recovery plans
To learn more about how GIS for emergency management solutions can help protect citizens at times of disaster – contact Esri Indonesia today on (021) 2940 6355.
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