Maxar Technologies collected recent satellite imagery of the flooding seen in the Midwest (Kansas, Oklahoma) and tornado damage in Ohio (near Clayton).
To initiate emergency response protocol in response to the Jefferson City tornado, the State and local geospatial community sprang into action as soon as the tornado hit.
In response to Cyclone Fani and other disasters, such as the wildfires in California and flash flooding across the U.S. Midwest, tech company Spatial Networks provides mobile mapping and data collection software at no cost for recovery efforts.
Enhancements to cloud-based application enable first responders to have eyes on a scene in seconds
The Panasonic TOUGHBOOK G1’s GPS functionality shows the fastest route to the fire while an integrated reporting tool allows other emergency services to prepare to help save lives.
The BC Coroners Service has launched a new interactive tool displaying key information on active unidentified human remains cases in British Columbia, with an aim to generate new leads that will assist in closing these investigations.
DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-2 satellite collected new imagery March 18, 2019 of the historic flooding of the Missouri and Platte rivers south of Omaha, Nebraska.
The public-private partnership is actively deploying Wildfire Detection, Prevention, and Situational Awareness Systems across a coalition of utility and county assets to enable fire detection and predictive modeling
DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-3 satellite collected new imagery on November 9 of the deadly Camp Fire near Paradise, California.
DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-1 satellite collected new imagery on October 11th of Panama City and Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB), Florida.