Category: ArcGIS Online
Organizations around the world are discovering the benefits of sharing their imagery with ArcGIS Online and the Living Atlas of the World. Communities both large and small are applying their hosted imagery to solve problems and tackle projects.
Looking for ways to gain deeper demographic insights to your customers, constituents, or community? Catherine Spisszak, Product Manager for Esri Demographics, will discuss the types of demographic content available in the Living Atlas of the World and give a demonstration … Continue reading
Esri’s World Population Estimate, a new probability surface that estimates the location and count of people throughout the world, is now available in ArcGIS Online. Esri has been producing a global population estimate in ArcGIS Online for several years. This … Continue reading
If you’re planning to attend the Esri Southeast User Conference in Nashville this year (May 4-6th) we may have a good reason to stick around immediately after the main conference. We recently added a free post-conference hands-on workshop for those interested in learning the Data Prep Tools for contributing data to the Community Maps Program for basemaps. Continue reading
Hey check out these code samples from the imagery team that were presented at the 2015 Developers Summit! You can do stuff like: Model avalanche risk Model flood zones Display flow data using vectors based on magnitude and direction, or … Continue reading
The March 2015 Living Atlas Community Webinar recording is now available! We apologize for the technical difficulties that were experience by some when attempting to join the webinar, and we invite you to watch the recorded version of the webinar: http://esriurl.com/LivingAtlasWebinarMarch2015.
The lessons in this project could be applied to any professional business struggling to deliver products and services in the most economical means possible. Continue reading
The Living Atlas of the World has expanded to include new user community content in the World Topographic Map
The ArcGIS Content Team has just completed another update to the Living Atlas of the World. The user community has provided new and updated World Topographic Map content for cities, counties and universities in the United States, Canada, and Japan. Another thanks … Continue reading
As a GIS professional you know the value geography brings your utility. However, others in your organization, including engineers, can realize that value only when the two teams collaborate. Combining the science of geography with the rigor of engineering can solve problems, like water loss, specifically through nighttime flow analysis. Continue reading
As GIS professionals we all know that adding a spatial element to data makes it much more valuable. One of the key benefits of GIS has always been, and always will be, the integrative power to bring location information together in a map – and then analyze it for insights and patterns that help explain and improve efficiencies. Today bringing information from other systems into GIS is easy with the ArcGIS platform. In fact, Esri devotes a whole section to integration for water utilities. A few commonly integrated water industry data types include: Continue reading