Category: Electric & Gas
Due to increased demand for access and stability, the Esri Hydro Reference Overlay is now served as a hosted tile layer on ArcGIS Online. The original webmap and layer will remain in place until September 2017. At that time, the … Continue reading
. Tile Package Kreator is the latest creation by Esri Labs. This desktop utility is designed to help you quickly create Tile Package files. Tile Package files are used with out of the box mobile apps like Survey123 for ArcGIS … Continue reading
What’s New with ArcGIS for Emergency Management, ArcGIS for Electric, ArcGIS for Gas, ArcGIS for Local Government, ArcGIS for State Government, ArcGIS for Telecommunications and ArcGIS for Water – January 2017
During the January 2017 ArcGIS Solutions Release 7 new Solution Products were added to ArcGIS, 19 Solution Products were updated and 4 moved to the Mature Lifecycle Phase. New Solution Products ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool enables users to deploy ArcGIS … Continue reading
What’s New with ArcGIS for Emergency Management, ArcGIS for Electric, ArcGIS for Gas and ArcGIS for State Government – December 2016
During the December 2016 ArcGIS Solutions Release 3 new Solution Products were added to ArcGIS, 27 Solution Products were updated and 1 moved to the mature lifecycle phase. New Solution Products Property Lister enables users to submit information about properties … Continue reading
Want an easy and quick way to discover and deploy ArcGIS Solutions? Great! Soon you’ll be able to find and deploy many ArcGIS Solutions directly from ArcGIS Pro with a few button clicks using the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool. If … Continue reading
[Source: Survey123 for ArcGIS Blog in GeoNet] A barcode is an optical machine-readable representation of data. A lot of things around us have barcodes. You will find them in virtually any packaged item you buy, in the back cover of … Continue reading
Esri is increasing the pace of releases of ArcGIS for AutoCAD by creating smaller scope releases. This is one of those incremental releases. Be sure to download the newest version of ArcGIS for AutoCAD 355 now, which is available here.
This new release includes updated support for AutoCAD versions 2013-2017 in nine different languages. New in this release is a command to generate local feature classes from all the populated layers in your drawing. This new command is good for creating new local feature classes from well-structured drawings that you intend to share with ArcGIS desktop users, or that you want to add tabular attributes to within AutoCAD.
This important release fixes a bug when connecting to secure services on ArcGIS 10.3.x and higher servers. This release will also warn you when you connect to feature services on 10.3.1 servers containing unsupported date fields. (This issue with feature service date fields in ArcGIS Server was fixed in ArcGIS Server 10.4), but in case you are using 10.3.1 servers with ArcGIS for AutoCAD you will be warned that you cannot synchronize services when a date field is present in feature services on those servers. Check out this brief video for an overview of what’s new in ArcGIS for AutoCAD 355.
Attending Esri GeoConX 2016? Want to get experience configuring and using the newest and most popular ArcGIS Solutions for Electric, Gas, and Telecommunications? Then stop by the ArcGIS Solutions Lab at GeoConx. No reservations required this year, just walk in … Continue reading
With the addition of 35 hosted feature layer templates and redesign of ArcGIS Online’s feature layer template gallery, it is even easier to get started with ArcGIS. Using the feature layer templates, you can discover layer templates for your industry … Continue reading
What’s New with ArcGIS for Local Government, State Government, Emergency Management, Water, Gas and Telecommunications – September 2016
During the September 2016 ArcGIS Solutions Release 2 new Solution Products were added to ArcGIS, 22 Solution Products were updated, 2 were retired and 1 moved to the mature lifecycle phase. To simplify deployment of ArcGIS for Electric, Gas, Telecommunications … Continue reading