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Location intelligence changes the fight against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Maps and geographic information systems (GIS) provide valuable insights to help organizations respond to the crisis, maintain continuity of operations, and support the process of reopening.
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Explore best practices, how-to articles, and curated educational and training materials to develop GIS skills relevant to COVID-19.
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Nonprofit Program

Esri will provide a free COVID-19 Response Package with data, templates, and solutions to all nonprofit organizations responding to the pandemic. Request assistance from Esri’s Disaster Response Program to get started.

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Learn ArcGIS

Esri is providing free access to its ArcGIS platform and training resources to professionals who are impacted by work furloughs during COVID-19.

The Indian Express

March 24, 2020

Esri India has created a similar real-time dashboard to map the spread of COVID 19 cases in India including infectious cases and emerging pattern among population/geographies.

The Economic Times

March 26, 2020

GIS technology has been utilized by varied set of industry verticals for decades.In a conversation with ETCIO, Esri President Agendra Kumar talks about how the company is helping enterprises in these tough times with decision support by offering them free access to their latest tool ArcGIS Hub.

Voice & Data

April 01, 2020

In a pandemic situation, a location or a place becomes the basic tenets of an investigation of this kind. The question where becomes equally important with who and when in terms of identifying the infected person. And to answer the question – where– Geographic Information Science, Systems, Software (collectively known as GIS) and methods are the most reliable and valuable.

The Quint

April 01, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc across the globe and governments all over are looking for solutions to battle the spread of the deadly virus. One such technology that is helping keep a check on the virus is called Geographic Information System or GIS.

The Indian Express

April 09, 2020

ESRI's tech based on geographic information system (GIS) is being used by some states to understand the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic and the unprecedented challenges presented by it.

Governance Today

April 13, 2020

India, as a country, has united together in its fight to contain the spread of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). As the situation around COVID-19 continues to evolve, multitude of initiatives have been undertaken to reign in the spread.

ANI News

May 02, 2020

Experts said on Saturday that it is time to reset the Indian healthcare ecosystem by actively leveraging technologies like cloud computing and artificial intelligence (AI) to build products and solutions that can be widely adopted.

Express Computer

May 06, 2020

Government and other authorities have been using a combination of varied technologies to contain the spread of the virus. GIS mapping software has found a greater purpose in an emergency like the COVID-19 outbreak. Esri, a geographic information company, has been developed a unique dashboard that has been helping the government with timely and accurate location information.

GeoNet

Join with others in the GIS community to connect, collaborate, and share best practices. Ask questions or offer your expertise in the COVID-19 GeoNet Community.