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RAPTOR – Real-Time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon

RAPTOR – Real Time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon – 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.
About RAPTOR RAPTOR Updates
RAPTOR is a web mapping application that allows users to display interrelated and aggregated information from various systems into a single map.
This application supports our Emergency Operations Plan by sharing information before, during, and after an incident.  It allows us to develop, implement, and operate information sharing with our stakeholders; and enhances our overall readiness because as we all know, incidents do not stop at our borders.
For more information, contact:
Daniel Stoelb , GIS Program Coordinator
Oregon Military Department, Office of Emergency Management
PH: (503) 378-3234
Email: 
daniel.stoelb@state.or.us​
RAPTOR Resources
RAPTOR One Pager Handout
Public Version Link

Find all updates on the RAPTOR program in the details below.

Public Version Update - users now can view the newest version of our RAPTOR Public site, which allows users to view data regarding current incidents in combination with live weather data.  Users have the ability to display social media as well as sharing it out to social media.

 

RAPTOR Symbology Guide - users now can view the newly adopted symbology guide, which displays information related to incident data authenticated users can populate within RAPTOR.  This guide follows a selection set of the symbols adopted in the NAPSG Symbology Guide.  For details about this symbol set, click here.

 

RAPTOR ListServ  users can now sign up for the RAPTOR ListServ.  This  listserv will notify users of new features, functionality, and have a general forum for communication related to the RAPTOR program.  To subscribe, please click on the RAPTOR ListServ link under "RAPTOR Resources".