AppStudio for ArcGIS: Build Native Apps in a Snap. Now in Beta!

Today we are pleased to announce the availability of AppStudio for ArcGIS Beta. Here are three reasons why AppStudio for ArcGIS will matter to you.  Continue reading

Posted in App Developers, Apps, Mobile | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Making ‘Landsat on AWS’ Accessible

Unlock Earth's secrets

Amazon has announced the availability of Landsat on Amazon Web Services. Esri is actively participating in this initiative. Under this program, Amazon will host 1 petabyte of Landsat imagery from USGS on the Amazon Web Services Cloud. Esri has created … Continue reading

Posted in Imagery, Services, Web | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Hundreds of urban areas updated in World Imagery basemap

Riyadh_thumb

With our most recent release, the World Imagery basemap now contains updated coverage of more than 230 urban areas around the globe. This is our third, and by far the largest, batch of Pléiades imagery released. We released Pléiades imagery … Continue reading

Posted in ArcGIS Online, Imagery | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Esri Optimized LAS (zLAS) I/O Runtime Library is Now Available

The zLAS I/O Library is a C++ runtime library that provides API access for reading and writing zLAS as well as converting between zLAS and LAS. It is comprised of a header file documenting the function interfaces, a lib file, and a DLL. Third party developers can use this to add support for zLAS to their applications. The library has an Apache 2.0 license which permits use and redistribution at no cost.

The library is available on GitHub: https://github.com/Esri/esri-zlas-io-library

See: Esri Optimized LAS (zLAS) FAQ

Posted in 3D GIS, Developer, Imagery | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

New Learn ArcGIS Lesson: No Dumping – Drains to Ocean

no-dumping-thumb

In the No Dumping – Drains to Ocean project, you’ll learn how to find the area that contributes to a storm drain and the route that pollutants will take if they are dumped or washed into the drain. Continue reading

Posted in Analysis & Geoprocessing, ArcGIS Online, Hydro, Water Utilities | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Business Analyst Online – What’s New in March 2015

We’ve recently updated Business Analyst Online with some minor bug fixes as well as the following:  Continue reading

Posted in Location Analytics | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Community Analyst – What’s New in March 2015

We’ve recently updated Community Analyst with some minor bug fixes as well as the following:  Continue reading

Posted in Local Government, Location Analytics, State Government | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Smart Mapping Part 2: Making Better Size and Color Maps

In our first smart mapping blog we talked about how Esri has made it easier than ever for you to create attractive maps quickly and with confidence. Now, we explore the new continuous size and continuous color maps you can make with ArcGIS Online.

Smart mapping is about authoring visually powerful maps that let the data speak for itself. As one piece of that, we introduced new ways to apply size and color to your data to tackle long-standing issues with data classification, while simultaneously overcoming some of the well-known limitations of unclassed maps.

As a map author you now have the ability to fine tune how you apply colors and sizes to your data using a histogram-based interface. It’s time to raise your cartographic game! Continue reading

Posted in ArcGIS Online, Cartographic Design, Mapping, Web | 2 Comments

Community Maps for Hydrology FREE Webinar this Wednesday!

LivingAtlasCommunityWebinar_MarchBlogAnnouncement

Register here Water touches nearly every aspect of our lives on planet earth. From the water we drink, to the air we breathe, to the landscape where we live and play, water fuels our life and our planet. To help … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis & Geoprocessing, ArcGIS Online, Community Maps, Hydro, Local Government, National Government, Open Data, State Government, Story Maps, Water Utilities | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Measuring distances and area with ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET

NET_Editor_CustomSymbols

The ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET enables developers to build connected or offline Windows apps that provide end users with focused editing workflows across native Microsoft platforms (Desktop, Store, Phone).  A common developer requirement is to implement a measure tool … Continue reading

Posted in App Developers, Developer | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment