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STARS

September 21, 2016

Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service Wins Award for Enhancing Public Safety Using GIS

EDMONTON,  Esri Canada User Conference – The use of geographic information systems (GIS) at the Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service ( STARS) has evolved significantly over the years. Previously, the non-profit air ambulance service provider primarily used GIS to identify where emergencies occurred so that it could dispatch resources to the site. Today, STARS relies