While Singapore may be relatively shielded from natural disasters such as earthquakes and typhoons, local emergency service providers prepare for the risks of man-made disasters such as fire, stampedes, terrorist attacks, cyberattacks, infectious diseases and collapsing buildings.

 Working together to respond faster, law enforcement, civil defence, and emergency services agencies leverage fully integrated, shareable systems to deliver a common operating picture and shared situational awareness. 


Designed to meet the complex needs of Emergency Operations Centres (EOC), a fully integrated and shareable emergency management operations (EMO) solution can facilitate rapid, well-coordinated responses in times of crises.

At its core, the solution comprises a dynamic web-based dashboard providing visualised real-time situational awareness.

Armed with enhanced visibility, EOC leadership is empowered to make informed decisions on resource prioritisation and efficient allocation for a more coordinated response.

Access to timely data not only maintains a common operating picture for the EOC but also equips on-ground officers with the latest information on their mobile devices, and ultimately contributing to enhanced community resilience.

By the same token, real-time updates can be disseminated to the public, enabling informed decisions, promoting the avoidance of hazardous areas, and facilitating timely evacuations.

In the aftermath of a large-scale disaster, an EMO solution continues to play a crucial role. As tool for damage assessment teams to record images and precise damage locations to be transmitting to the EOC in real-time, expediting damage assessment and facilitating the mobilisation of recovery resources.

With its ability to deliver real-time situational awareness, enable data-driven decision-making, and streamline communication, an EMO solution is fast becoming an indispensable asset for effective emergency response and improved community resilience.

To learn more about emergency management operations, please filll out this form or call 6742 8622 to speak to an Esri Singapore specialist.

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