Public Safety

Situational awareness from inside the PSAP to on location

Imagery at the heart of public safety

Relied upon by 9-1-1 operators to locate callers and used by 9-1-1 dispatchers to route first responders appropriately, Pictometry® imagery is a key resource to an effective public safety answering point (PSAP).

The application of Pictometry aerial imagery spans far beyond emergency response. Law enforcement precincts, fire departments, emergency management departments, and other public safety agencies are using Pictometry oblique imagery to train, plan for, and mitigate incidents before they can even begin.

Imagery for any public safety workflow

  • Managing a planned event or routing a complex evacuation plan?
  • Investigating a property prior to serving a high-risk warrant?
  • Searching for the closest fire hydrant to a structure?
  • Conducting a virtual inspection or training exercise?

No need to toggle around applications. Get the answers you need with Pictometry oblique imagery integrated right into your Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system or any other computer in your office, no special hardware required.

Aerial imagery can help you during initial dispatch, but what do you do once you arrive?

Navigate inside buildings with Critical360®, the 3D interior mapping solution from EagleView. Critical360 combines panoramic images and LiDAR data collection to create a 3D model of the building interior. Critical360 has its own web-based platform for use during an emergency, training exercise, or virtual inspection, and offline access is also available upon request.



This provides visual intelligence and analytical tools delivered in the time frame needed for success. EagleView is the only provider of essential pre- and post-event imagery delivered on your timeline, utilizing Pictometry technology. Access Technology allows response teams to assess and plan time-sensitive strategies in disaster or non-disaster scenarios from their desktop, saving critical time when it is needed most.


Post-event imagery is available through our cloud-based CONNECTExplorer solution within two to three days of the event to assist in damage evaluation and recovery.


Imagery is captured, processed, and delivered after an expedited quality assurance check in 10 to 14 days.


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