Category: ArcGIS Online
We are very excited to announce the public beta of the 10.4 release of Collector for ArcGIS. This is a significant release for Collector as it introduces new capabilities for collecting data with high-accuracy GNSS receivers.
The most recent ArcGIS.com Imagery basemap updates added three brand new Community Map contributions and two updated or expanded community contributions. The new areas are spread around the globe from the “big D” – Dallas, Texas and the infamous grassy knoll of … Continue reading
Large-scale features added to the World Topographic Map! The most recent World Topographic Map release includes new Community Map contributions for cities and counties across the United States. These contributions help enhance content in the Living Atlas of the World and add value and … Continue reading
The Living Atlas provides a variety of basemaps that you can choose from when authoring web maps. These can be found in the basemap gallery of the map viewer. The default collection of basemaps displayed are a function of the … Continue reading
The 2016 Esri Storytelling with Maps Contest is open for entries and you have until May 23rd to enter. Here are some quick tips from the Esri Story Maps team for how to make the best impression with your story … Continue reading
Use photos and logos to make visually appealing, easy to understand maps. A simple picture in a pop-up provides additional context to the map subject. Logos provide easy visual clues to location and make for better looking maps and legends. … Continue reading
The Esri Live Feeds team has just released a new layer and added it to the ArcGIS Online Living Atlas, and also made some improvements to existing layers. In this post we will provide an overview of the updates. USA Weather … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the beta of Drone2Map for ArcGIS is available from the Early Adopter Community. With Drone2Map, you have the power to take imagery direct from a drone and create stunning imagery products the same day it … Continue reading
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You can use Esri’s demographics to add valuable context to your GIS analyses. Learn more about the people, housing, and businesses in your area of interest, see patterns of income, or understand how a population is changing in the next 5 years. Continue reading
The April 2016 Living Atlas Community Webinar is now available!