Are you an avid fan or user of ArcGIS Online? If so then you might be glad to know that some new functionality and updates are coming on September 20. Recall, most recently, the June 2017 update included enhancements to the user experience as well as improvements throughout the site. This latest update builds on this and […]
Operations Dashboard (Beta) for ArcGIS is a powerful solution for enterprise users to provide a common view of the systems and resources you manage. Using the dashboard, the user can create intelligent, focused executive dashboards that integrate maps, charts, and graphs. Esri recently pushed out a view using the dashboard to share the status of […]
Every now and then you run into a program or app, well, that just plain works! It’s always a treat, particularly when the app is born out of a test project or R&D effort. I’ve encountered a few of these over the years, like Sports Tracker, an early sports tracking app from the Nokia Research […]
There’s many maps, webmaps and web resources available online to support the response to Hurricane Irma. These range for traffic maps, evacuation routes, shelter locations, wind speed and direction information and much more. The GeoTech community and many organizations are putting together these fine resources in order to inform the public and keep people safe.
Sadly, as expected by experts, the 2017 hurricane season is turning out to be busy and deadly. While responders and local officials along the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast are still dealing with the cleanup from Harvey, Irma is barreling towards the Eastern seaboard and the Gulf Coast, picking up speed and strength with each […]
Open Data – All the Cool orgs are doing it! It was a couple of months ago (June, 2017) when Esri officially announced the ArcGIS Hub – a resource supporting collaboration between government, businesses, citizens and their communities to accomplish data-driven initiatives – think Open Data!
Thanks to Esri (and to our friends with the Esri startup program group @EsriStartups) we’ve learned that Esri has published videos from a number of the technical sessions delivered last July at ESRIUC. Now you can see and hear directly from ArcGIS product managers, engineers, and technical architects as they share details of what’s new […]
Esri Supporting and Helping Agencies Respond to #flooding Disaster – Get Access to Software and Data
A reminder to agencies, organizations, non-profits, consultants and other GIS professionals who are involved in the response to natural disasters such as wildfires and the more recent flooding and hurricane that has impacted Texas and surrounding areas. Esri is prepared to support those who are responding and supporting agencies with GIS, mapping related services and […]
One of the most satisfying parts of our business is knowing that we are supporting a base of GIS professionals and users in government, industry, non profits, and academia, many of them involved in building maps, webmaps, and apps to support their local communities in times of crisis. Many users of our Admin Tools for […]
Imagine this, do you ever have a data layer that you aren’t sure if you can delete it or not without breaking a bunch of web maps? Ideally, you need to get a clear picture as to which operational layers make up a specific ArcGIS webmap or web service. This is crucial to know if […]