Tag Archives: Geocoding
ArcGIS Online Geocoding and Routing Services Changing Soon: Update your ArcGIS for Local & State Government Applications
If you have deployed any of the ArcGIS for Local & State Government Web Applications then, you may need to update these web applications because on December 31, 2013, the ArcGIS Online legacy geocoding and routing services used in many of our applications will be retired. Continue reading
At the developer summit this past spring we debuted a functional mobile mapping app built entirely on the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android v10.1.1. Today we are proud to announce the app has been released to the open source community … Continue reading
This is a reminder that the legacy geocoding and routing services will be retired on December 31, 2013. These services include: Geocoding European Address Locator North American Address Locator North American Address Locator (ArcGIS 10 style) United States Street Locator United … Continue reading
Legacy geocoding and routing services at http://tasks.arcgisonline.com will be retired on December 31, 2013
Over the past several months, Esri has published a new and expanded set of geocoding and routing services through the ArcGIS Online platform. These new services include substantially expanded coverage around the world, as well as new capabilities such as … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Online team will update the SSL certificates on the subscription task services system (premiumtasks.arcgisonline.com) during a one hour maintenance window starting on Wednesday, January 30, 2013, at 8 p.m. PST. Continue reading
Hello All Coincident with ArcGIS 10.1 SP1, the on-line geocoding locators visible to ArcGIS for Desktop were replaced by the new World geocoding service. This service provides street-level geocoding for many more countries than the previous services and will continue … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Online team recently updated the subscription task services system (premiumtasks.arcgisonline.com). Geocoding and routing services now use NAVTEQ reference data. With the change to the reference data, you may notice that there might be a slight change in the coordinates of the geocoding candidates returned compared to the previously released version. Highlights include: Continue reading
The Data Appliance 5.0 for ArcGIS began shipping last
This version of the Data Appliance includes a lot of new data, similar to what was launched online last week. New levels of detail were added at 1:1,000 and 1:2,000 scales in many metropolitan areas around the world for World Street Map, World Topogaphic Map, World Transportation, and World Boundaries and Places. We also added nationwide coverage at 1:5,000 in the same countries outside of the metropolitan areas.
For imagery, the update also includes the latest Aerials Express and NAIP imagery for the United States.
For more details on what’s new in the Data Appliance 5.0 for ArcGIS, visit the ArcGIS Content Resource Center.
The ArcGIS Online team recently updated the task services. Geocoding and routing services now use NAVTEQ reference data. With the change to the reference data, you may notice that there might be a slight change in the coordinates of the geocoding candidates returned compared to the previously released version. Highlights include: Continue reading