shrug-l: GIS Web Based Damage Assessment Software/Application for Building Inspections

Tripp Corbin tcorbin at
Tue May 27 18:13:55 EDT 2014


I know of two good ones, GeoCove's ( ARM360
and our Mobile311 ( It really
depends on what you are looking for.


If you want an application strictly focused on Emergency Damage Assessment
and Reporting that conforms with FEMA reporting standards, then ARM360 is a
great choice. It is used all over the world and has been battle tested. 


If you are looking for a solution that is flexible to be used as a work
order/asset management solution that also has a Damage Assessment tool with
it, then you might look at Mobile311. The damage assessment tool is not as
robust as ARM360 but it does have the benefit of being usable by public
works, inspections, solid waste management, law enforcement and the public
if desired. Because it is designed to be more general in nature it lacks the
finesse of a specifically designed tool such as ARM360. 


Both are powered by ArcGIS Server, so it is possible you could deploy both. 


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Subject: shrug-l: GIS Web Based Damage Assessment Software/Application for
Building Inspections


Does anyone know of a good Damage Assessment GIS Web-Based
Software/Application program for Building Inspections?

Looking for the capability to work offline as well.





James Ireland

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