Category: Public Safety
[Source: Survey123 for ArcGIS Blog in GeoNet] . We are pleased to share with you our 11th update in 2016, and the last one for this year. In this occasion we dedicate the release to the International Human Solidarity Day, … 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
Wildfires, which started in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the end of November, recently spread north into Gatlinburg, TN. Normally, prescribed burns, to reduce the forest understory’s accumulating fire fuel and maintain the natural cycle of fire in … Continue reading
Over the past year, we have been migrating the live feeds, provided by Esri Tech Marketing (http://tmservices1.esri.com), to ArcGIS Online. All of these feeds are now part of the Living Atlas collection under the “Earth Observations” category. As we have … Continue reading
In countries like the United States and Germany, federal agencies keep careful watch on the nation’s rivers, and disseminate their observations to the public. But in developing nations, many of the world’s major rivers remain un-gauged, despite the millions of … Continue reading
[Source: Survey123 for ArcGIS Blog in GeoNet] Around 11:30 A.M. on November 7, 1492, a young boy saw a large stone plummet from the sky and land in a wheat field near the town of Ensisheim in Alsace, France. This … Continue reading
Written By Chait Gaddam
Styles are collections of symbols and other map components that can promote consistency across related map products or organizations. Styles created in previous versions of ArcGIS for Desktop can be used easily in ArcGIS Pro. To import these files:
- On the Insert tab, in the Styles group, click Import.
- Browse to a style file (.style) on your computer or network and click Open.
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
[Source: Survey123 for ArcGIS Blog in GeoNet] Following our tradition to update Survey123 once a month, here you have our latest update. This time, we devote the release to the United Nations International Day Against Nuclear Tests. Commemorated on the … Continue reading