The mission of the Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is to lead statewide efforts to develop and enhance preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation capabilities to protect lives, property, and the environment of the whole community. The OEM helps to plan for and support disasters including flooding, fires, excessive heat, tsunamis, and storms. RAPTOR (Real-Time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon) is the agency’s web mapping application, which it produced to act as a common operating picture for users to display and analyze spatially enabled information from various sources.
The Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM) produced RAPTOR (Real-Time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon), which provides users real-time information in combination with traditional GIS layers to create a comprehensive picture anywhere and anytime. Users of RAPTOR can look at locally created data, along with data provided by federal and state partnering agencies. Examples of features to map include live weather data, watches and warnings, river gauges, traffic cameras, open shelters, road closures, and air quality. Along with viewing data and imagery, users can create and add data, produce area of concern reports, and export attribute tables into other tabular formats. Approved access is required for the main site (https://www.oregon.gov/oem/emops/Pages/RAPTOR.aspx), but a public site is also available at: https://arcg.is/1jr1S9.
Unclassified URL: https://www.oregon.gov/oem/emops/Pages/RAPTOR.aspx
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