Removing land mines
The Mines Advisory Group has removed nearly 5 million landmines and unexploded ordnance from countries around the world – but millions more remain undetected, putting communities at risk. The organisation is now using a Esri’s ArcGIS to help clear land more quickly and save lives.
A platform for humanitarian development
Esri’s ArcGIS provides the data and analytics that enable you to quickly help communities in crisis. Use authoritative data and sophisticated analytics to speed the delivery of aid to populations, no matter their size.
ArcGIS workflows maximise the impact of humanitarian missions by optimising the distribution of resources. Use authoritative data and advanced analytics to precisely prioritise where and what kind of help should be delivered.
A location intelligence platform precisely measures results so you can justify expenditures and secure future funding. Take advantage of analytics that precisely assess programme effectiveness and enable you to share it with all stakeholders via dashboards and map-based reports.
ArcGIS is as a collaboration hub that facilitates partner/client interaction. Leverage easy-to-configure apps, interactive maps and authoritative data to engage grantees, beneficiaries, donors and the public.
As GIS Advisor to the charity, Wright used Esri’s ArcGIS to build an interactive dashboard, using out-of-the-box tools, showing the readiness of crews at 238 lifeboat stations in the UK and Ireland.
Instead of just publishing a list of spaces, Esri Story Maps technology allowed us to bring the campaign to life and tell our stories in a visually engaging and interactive way, giving a familiar context to historical content
Below are videos, demos and other materials to help you apply location intelligence to your mission.