Louisiana Earth Help System leverages Google Earth Enterprise

The State of Louisiana has provided a secured access to Federal, State and local geospatial data & high resolution imagery through a Google Earth Enterprise client "Louisiana Earth," released as part of "Get a Game Plan" campaign, will assist citizens in creating evacuation plans by providing access to all of the states evacuation routes, sheltering […]

The State of Louisiana has provided a secured access to Federal, State and local geospatial data & high resolution imagery through a Google Earth Enterprise client "Louisiana Earth," released as part of "Get a Game Plan" campaign, will assist citizens in creating evacuation plans by providing access to all of the states evacuation routes, sheltering points historical hazard data and other information essential during an evacuation such as locations of and available occupancy of hotels, gas stations, pharmacies, grocery stores, veterinary clinics and banks.

Louisiana Earth will also serve as a mechanism to relay critical data during disasters to help inform public on the status of response & recovery efforts. During hurricanes and other natural disasters, Louisiana will be able to provide information such as location of points of distribution (PODs), food stamp offices, unemployment claims offices, disaster recovery centers as well as the status of parishes' power outages. Public will also be able to take advantage of the many activities and cultural events, such as festivals available in Louisiana.

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