Make Confident and Effective Decisions Using Aerial Imagery
|View images of a 911 call location based on geolocation data
|Provide critical site details such as road access and door and window placements to first responders
|Identify safe and efficient routes for first responders to reach incident locations
|Reconstruct crime scenes and vehicle accidents by overlaying evidence onto imagery
|Review sites in advance before serving warrants or conducting SWAT raids
|Visualize last known positions for missing persons and plan search and rescue missions
Fire & Rescue
|Plan the position of fire engines and equipment
|See potential hazards at a site, such as propane tanks, which may not be visible during an active fire
|Pinpoint locations of fire hydrants
Disaster Planning & Response
|Assess damage after a disaster
|Identify risks from flooding, wildfires and other potential hazards
|Plan evacuation routes and relief staging areas
Mercer County Uses EagleView To Save Lives
The county has relied on EagleView for more than a decade to save lives, improve teamwork and protect first responders.
Watch our video to learn why the county’s leaders consider EagleView a critical public safety resource.
Aerial Imagery for Disaster Response and Recovery
When every second counts, images from the air provide valuable context to assist with decisions being made on the ground.
Aerial imagery is a critical tool for governments after severe weather events. Using aerial imagery, damage can be evaluated safely and first responders can plan search and rescue missions. Property assessors use imagery to reassess damaged properties and calculate lost tax revenue. Then, when it is time to recover and rebuild, aerial imagery makes the planning process easier.
Clear and Detailed Imagery
Images can be accessed within CAD, ArcGIS and other common platforms. Users enjoy the simplicity of working in a single system.
Trusted by Top Public Safety Departments
Emergency Management Director
“The speed at which Woodford County was able to complete our damage assessments after the flood wouldn’t have been possible without EagleView.”
Captain and Fire Marshal
“I use EagleView to capture current and historic views for fire investigations.”
Director of Emergency Management
“Not only did the imagery include multiple angles of the site, it was recent enough to show where construction was happening.”