911 systems and GIS data are used daily to route 911 calls to the 911 Call Center, process the call, and dispatch and respond to emergencies. However, missing or inaccurate data or location information can present delays in verifying the 911 caller’s location. This can affect call response time, dispatcher stress level, and the quality of life for the community.  

Join EagleView, Akimeka, and Sergeant Stacy Perreira (Kaua’i Police Department- Communications Section) to learn how high-resolution aerial imagery can be used to help identify and correct discrepancies in 911 data to achieve NG911 accuracy standards, improve effective response, operate in dispatch and response equipment & systems, and save lives.

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EagleView is a leader in geospatial technology, providing solutions that transform the way our customers work. EagleView has the largest geospatial data and imagery library ever assembled, encompassing 94 percent of the U.S. population. EagleView’s unique technology portfolio comprises more than 300 patents, enabling it to offer highly differentiated software, imagery, and analytics products for multiple industries.

Akimeka is a trusted and responsive information technology and data service provider specializing in  911 GIS and 911 Database Provisioning for 911 Dispatch and Response PSAP systems and equipment. Akimeka helps manage complex database requirements and standardization mandates for local 911 and emergency service. Akimeka’s expertise help align with, optimize, and ensure accuracy of local emergency services designed for 911 Dispatch and Response needs.

Using High-Resolution Imagery to Correct Geospatial Data for NG911 Standards

911 Data Before High-Resolution Aerial Imagery


  • The importance of accurate 911 data for processing, dispatching, and responding to emergencies.  

  • How high-resolution aerial imagery can be used to create accurate baseline GIS data and improve the quality of 911 data.  

  • How high-resolution aerial imagery can help identify and correct discrepancies in 911 data to achieve NG911 accuracy standards.  

  • Applications for GIS and Public Safety professionals .


Joe Oddi

Joe Oddi   
Director of Government Partner Strategy, 

Ruth Zipfel   
District Manager, 

Tommy Takeshita, ENP   
911 Operations Manager, 

Katja Krivoruchko
GIS Manager,  

Sergeant Stacy Perreira 
Kaua’i Police Department  
– Communication Section 

911 Data After High-Resolution Aerial Imagery

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