Strengthen business continuity and community resilience with maps, data and apps

To help organisations adapt to the challenges of COVID-19, Esri has created targeted and rapidly deployable geo-analysis solutions to support a phased recovery.

Enhance operational awareness

Use the business continuity solution to assess facility operating capacity, monitor the availability of staff and share authoritative data with stakeholders in real time.

Support recovery efforts

Present symptoms, cases and hospital capacity metrics to communicate progress to key stakeholders with the coronavirus recovery dashboard.

Optimally locate testing sites

Roll-out the Coronavirus Testing Sites solution to identify at-risk populations and develop testing site plans, monitor testing site statuses and share information with the public.

For more information about how GIS technology can assist with your organisation’s COVID-19 response, call (021) 2940 6355 or email to contact a specialist.

5 steps to COVID-19 response for businesses

As communities and businesses seek to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, you can take these five proactive steps to create an instant picture of your organisation's risk areas and operational capacity to strengthen business continuity.

Assess your facilities

Map your facilities and understand how their operating status is affected by internal policies, government restrictions, and the spread of COVID-19.

Maintain employee status

Check employee availability and well-being with quick mobile surveys that can be completed on any device.

Map the cases

Map confirmed and active cases to identify where COVID-19 infections exist.

Map the spread

Discover patterns with time-enabled maps to reveal how infections spread over time and where you may have a greater risk of exposure.

Communicate business status

Leverage interactive web maps, intuitive dashboard apps, and story maps to rapidly communicate your situation to all stakeholders.

Resources for COVID-19 recovery and resilience

To request GIS advice for your COVID-19 response, call (021) 2940 6355 or email to contact a specialist.