Develop rapport with the community.

A license to operate means more than a permit to excavate. You need to reach out to the local community and build understanding and engagement. Esri helps you work together to build a vision for the future. Use intelligent maps and analysis to develop sustainable community-sensitivity plans for mines.

"GIS technology allows mining companies to visually demonstrate the benefits their operations are having amongst the community by providing evidence of employment increases or infrastructure development."

Chris Brown, Senior GIS Analyst, CITIC Pacific Mining

Benefits

Manage

Respond intelligently to community concerns. Manage diverse mining data via a common platform. Provide a solid information framework for stakeholders.

Relate

Maps give you an intuitive method to bridge the data gap between operations and economics.

Collaborate

Ensure effective collaboration with stakeholders and nearby communities. Solicit buy-in from neighbors and the local workforce.

Solutions

ArcGIS for Desktop

Present a compelling vision that solicits community engagement and collaboration. ArcGIS for Desktop helps you design maps that provide a visually stimulating plan for the future. Perform analyses that answer even the most challenging questions and concerns from the local community.

Learn more about ArcGIS for Desktop.

ArcGIS Online

Online GIS services will make your plans more understandable. Improve transparency by publishing in ArcGIS Online. Invite shareholders and interested parties to see your data in context with other authoritative information. Provide context and understanding to create collaborative and supportive community partnerships. Create story maps that easily convey your plans.

Learn more about ArcGIS Online.

Portal for ArcGIS

An ArcGIS for Server extension, Portal for ArcGIS is a map centric content management system. Show the public relevant information while controlling and protecting sensitive information. Quickly access data to build maps for presentations and web or print publications.

Learn more about Portal for ArcGIS.

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