The Living Atlas is a curated subset of ArcGIS Online content. It’s comprised of authoritative content in the form of maps, map layers, and analytic models on thousands of topics from Imagery to Demographics and Landscapes to Urban Systems. Every item in the Living Atlas is ready-to-use, which means it’s displaying clean, authoritative data with high quality cartography and documentation, making the data easy to find, easy to understand and easy to use in your GIS workflows.
Join us on Wednesday, January 14th at 11am PST as we tour the Living Atlas, highlighting content with Hydrology and Water Resources applications. See how the Living Atlas is organized, how it integrates with different parts of the ArcGIS platform, and how you can take advantage of it in your own workflows. This webinar is part of a series of Water Resources webinars which will take place throughout 2015.
To attend the webinar, you must REGISTER HERE.
Participate in the beta release for the next version of Esri Maps for Office 3.0. This new version will make it even easier to map your Excel data and work with maps in many new ways. For example, you can add multiple maps to your spreadsheet, change the coordinate system for your maps, float the maps outside the Excel window, and much more. We’ve also listened to your feedback from the Tech Preview program. We’ve made the map tools easier to find by adding a ribbon to your maps and fixed many of the bugs and known limitations of the tech preview.
By Kenneth Field, Senior Cartographic Product Engineer
The latest release of ArcGIS Online included a major new update that brought 3D scenes to your browser. This extends the capabilities for visualization of ArcGIS Online content by giving you the option of displaying it on a responsive WebGL virtual globe. I’ve been experimenting with different ways of displaying global flight data from openflights.org and this blog describes how I built a 3D version called Airflow Globe. Continue reading
Everyone hopefully saw the announcement last week that ArcGIS 10.3 is now available. In this occasion we want to drill down into what is new in the ArcGIS for Server product, which includes enhancements to the GIS Server, and licensing changes in its Portal for ArcGIS extension.
The GIS Server includes some key enhancements providing features Continue reading
We have recently released new tools that provide lossless, automated import and export capability for 21 CityGML feature classes to and from the 3D City Information Model. CityGML is widely used around the world for storing and exchanging virtual 3D … Continue reading
We’re excited to announce that ArcGIS 10.3 is now available. ArcGIS 10.3 is a major release that will help you discover, make, use, and share maps from any device, anywhere, at any time. ArcGIS 10.3 includes new apps and enhancements … Continue reading
Do you need to publish public maps and apps using ArcGIS Online routing and traffic content? For example, you may want to use the Traffic Service within a county 511 web site. Or maybe you want to allow public citizens … Continue reading
ArcMap provides direct access to the ArcGIS Online Logistics services. The connection to these services is made automatically within Catalog when you log into ArcMap with your ArcGIS Online Organizational Account. These Ready-To-Use Services look and feel like any normal … Continue reading
Need to gather some simple information and put it on a map? The GeoForm is a configurable web mapping application template for form-based data editing of a Feature Service through the web browser. This application allows users to enter data through a form instead … Continue reading
As promised, here is another CityEngine release for this year. We are happy to announce CityEngine 2014.1, available for download from the customer care portal. This version introduces some new exciting functionality, many enhancements and is even more stable than the … Continue reading