Tag: ArcGIS 10.1
The ArcGIS Predictive Analysis Tools Add-In is available for download. The ArcGIS Predictive Analysis Tools Add-In is a set of tools used by analysts to build models to predict the location of moving or stationary targets or events. You can … Continue reading
By Damien Demaj Late last year I introduced ArcGIS users to sports analytics, an emerging and exciting field within the GIS industry. Using ArcGIS for sports analytics can be read here. Recently I expanded the work by using a number … Continue reading
On October 11th, Cody Benkleman and Vinay Viswambharan broadcasted a Live Training Seminar about Working with Imagery at ArcGIS 10.1. This broadcast has been recorded and is now available to view. You can view the presentation for free, as long … Continue reading
At the Esri 2012 User Conference, 64-bit Background Geoprocessing was announced and scheduled to be released with 10.1 service pack 1. Now, with the release of 10.1 service pack 1 the 64-bit Background Geoprocessing installation is available for download from … Continue reading
Recently, I acquired two scenes of GeoEye imagery. They were provided as 7 different images. I opened the properties for each image, by clicking the raster product icon in the Catalog window and looked at the Key Metadata tab to … Continue reading
Recently, I needed to order some imagery over an area in Bolivia. I searched a few provider databases and discovered that GeoEye had the best coverage in my area. Below, my area of interest is shown by the red square. … Continue reading
The Squad Leader app is a new ArcGIS app for Android smartphones and tablets. It is designed to enhance situational awareness for platoon and squad-sized units during operations. The app allows a soldier to submit and read reports, drop virtual … Continue reading
by Gil Strassberg, Aquaveo
We are happy to announce the new Arc Hydro Groundwater release for ArcGIS 10.1.
The new release (3.2.1) of the Arc Hydro Groundwater (AHGW) tools is now available to download from the Aquaveo Download Center website.
In addition – for those of you that missed the ESRI UC (and for those who attended and would like to take a second look) we are providing the presentation given by Norm Jones at the GIS HYDRO 2012 Water Resources Workshop.
Make ArcGIS better by reporting software errors and joining the Esri User Experience Improvement Program
You are trying to finish up a project with a deadline, haven’t saved your edits all day, and then, poof, ArcMap closes unexpectedly. Esri strives to produce stable, quality software, but occasionally bad things happen and you see: “ArcGIS has … Continue reading