Mapping Successful Incident Response
Track: Disaster Management and Emergency Response
Author(s): Jeff Barnhart , Vadim Bokin
Today's emergency management solutions feature enhanced situational awareness for rapid decision-making through the use of
real-time, historical, and GIS mapping data. Advances in GIS technology enable organizations to better implement fleet management, and track impacts to MEF (Mission Essential Functions) and CI/KR assets. Technologies applied to these operations can provide a common operational picture, allowing security professionals and key steak holders to collaborate and manage their efforts from a single common view and coordination point, even across jurisdictional lines. The presentation will demonstrate how both private corporations (ESA Alerts, NOAA, etc) and government agencies, including the Department of Treasury , utilize ArcGIS to geo-locate incidents, resources, facilities, and coordinate critical information, as well as how ArcGIS technology enables emergency managers to interact dynamically with maps during an incident. In addition, the presentation will demonstrate that users can integrate existing systems, advanced GIS and coordinate based overlay reporting into an cost effective management solution, with map views ranging from national and state levels down to street-level.
Department of Treasury
13 N. Tremont Avenue
Greensburg , Pennsylvania 15601
NC4 (National Center for Crisis and Continuity Coordination)
100 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
El Segundo , California 90245