I met the team at Recovers.org quite a few years ago while working for the Esri Disaster Response Program and have been impressed with this platform to enable communities to support themselves. They are also an Esri Emerging Business Partner and understand the value of spatial to support community recovery / regeneration. For those of you…(Show moreShow less)
Best Practices for ArcGIS Online from Virginia Department of Transportation. This document provides a high level overview of standards that all VDOT ArcGIS Online account holders should be aware of and follow.
Link to schema: http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=ef690ba3771d44b18971f910797530e7#overview This is a feature layer template used for integrated energy, telecommunications, transportation, and water infrastructure based on the Bay of Plenty Lifelines Project. You can either download the geodatabase or create a new feature layer directly…(Show moreShow less)
If you are a GIS Specialist supporting authorised civil defence emergency management officials or structural engineers, this XLSForm will help them quickly evaluate building safety after an event such as a major earthquake or flood. This is different from the Urban Search and Rescue and Welfare Assessment - it is the official building placard…(Show moreShow less)
Work In Progress This is a XLS Form for Survey123 based on the EMIS Welfare Form. This was originally created by Andrew Hansford from Thames-Coromandel and Andrew Mackay from Otago Regional Council. Once a National Welfare schema has been adopted, it will be used to re-design this Survey123 Form. Link to…(Show moreShow less)
What is a ShakeMap? ShakeMap is a product of the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards Program in conjunction with regional seismic network operators. I have just updated our archived shakemap for the 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake and it is available as a polygon feature layer (dissolved by MMI Grid Code) for you to use for your web maps, apps,…(Show moreShow less)
After the Kaikoura Earthquake of 2016, a group of GIS Specialists in New Zealand agreed to meet here in Wellington to discuss best practices for using GIS for Emergency Management. On February 14th and 15th 2017 we will have our first workshop focused on the Wellington Region / Lower North Island. The workshop will focus on the following…(Show moreShow less)