Hurricane Irma & Jose Mapping Support

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Hurricane Irma & Jose Mapping Support

In Gee Whiz, GeoBase & Drafting, News, Spatial Databases | on September, 08, 2017 | by | 0 Comments

For any of our current, retired or former 3E5X1’s who are stuck in EOC’s supporting Hurricane Irma and potentially Hurricane Jose (now category 4), who need a crowd sourced damage plotting system or even a failover for your own systems, please drop me a line at mapping@theexpeditionaryengineer.com.

We setup the Designated Tobacco Area map system for Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson as a test of how such a system could work.  Through the test we determined that we could publish a system that would work on both computers and smartphones that could collect data from the field.  The proof of concept will allow us to build you in about 30 minutes a full-blown mapping system that can collect multiple inputs from thousands of users.

Should you need any other help we can give, please use the same e-mail above.