Since we released the first beta for Collector for ArcGIS last month, we have received great feedback from many of you about the app and its use in your data collection workflows. In addition to addressing a number of issues you … Continue reading
Last week Esri’s Startup and Developer Team attended TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2015. TCdisrupt debuts revolutionary startups, introduces game-changing technologies, and discusses what’s top of mind for the tech industry’s key innovators. Disrupt gathers the best and brightest entrepreneurs, investors, hackers, … Continue reading
“The Living Atlas of the World brings ready-to-use data to the ArcGIS Platform creating a complete global Geographic Information System.” That sounds good, doesn’t it? But what does it mean? It means the Living Atlas isn’t just for making web … Continue reading
Discover how dashboards improve decision making in chapter 9 of The ArcGIS Book Dashboards provide actionable views into the daily operations of organizations, empowering decision makers and stakeholders with the latest information they need to drive current and future ideas … Continue reading
The latest IBM Cognos Fix Packs—10.2.2 FP 1 and FP 2—are now supported in Esri Maps for IBM Cognos 6.0.1 and 6.0.2.
For a complete list of supported IBM Cognos versions, please see the Esri Maps for IBM Cognos supported environments documentation.
~The Esri Maps for IBM Cognos Team
Several weeks ago, we added the World Land Cover 2010 ESA layer to the Living Atlas. This layer’s data is from the 2010 epoch of the European Space Agency (ESA) Climate Change Initiative (CCI) Land Cover Project. These data are … Continue reading
Discover how to leverage your full GIS capabilities in the field in Chapter 8 of The ArcGIS Book With mobile GIS, your GIS maps and apps go with you wherever you go. The integration of the smartphones and tablets with … Continue reading
If you want the best user experience for your maps – online/offline use, responsiveness and personalization – there is nothing like building your own native mobile applications. Traditionally, building native apps has been challenging. First off, you needed to be … Continue reading
The number of global landscape layers in the Living Atlas of the World has grown significantly in the past year. This summer we added and updated several layers, including new World Local Relief and World Landforms. These layers provide globally … Continue reading