RAPTOR - Real Time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon

 

The State of Oregon initiated the RAPTOR project in 2011 to “operationalize” the GIS enabled Common Operating Picture (COP) capabilities Oregon deployed as part of the 2009-2010 U.S. DHS Virtual USA (vUSA) Pacific NW Pilot program.

RAPTOR – Real Time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon – and its mobile for iPad version, iRAPTOR, enables authorized users within Oregon’s emergency management community, and in bordering states and across the nation, to view and interact with critical geospatial basemaps, aerial imagery, preparedness, hazards, weather and event related data via the internet - anywhere, anytime on a 24x7 basis.
For more information, contact:
 
Daniel Stoelb , Raptor System Coordinator
Oregon Military Department, Office of Emergency Management
PH: (503) 378-2911 ext. 22234
Email: daniel.stoelb@state.or.us​

 

 

 

 
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