As you may already know, Survey123 for ArcGIS is no longer in Beta. We had our first general availability release back in June. All along our beta program tradition was to release updates every month, and we would not want … Continue reading
Suppose there’s a bus stop right outside Jerry’s house. It’s very easy and convenient for Jerry to walk out his front door to the bus stop to wait for a bus. Suppose there’s a bus stop right outside Tom’s house, … Continue reading
Over the last ten years, the GIS community has seen an explosion of beautiful, high-resolution multi-spectral imagery, with very rich color fidelity, and very high pixel resolution. Lawrie Jordan, Esri’s Director of Imagery, has called this platinum age of imagery: … Continue reading
By Jim Herries and Tamara Yoder, ArcGIS Content Team
Visit the Living Atlas Content Area at the 2016 Esri User Conference! A modern GIS needs access to a wealth of foundational content. The Living Atlas is the foremost collection of authoritative, ready-to-use global geographic information ever assembled. The Living … Continue reading
We are excited to announce that Paige Fitzgerald from Waze will be speaking at the Esri UC 2016! Her work at Waze has focused on public-private partnerships through the Connected Citizens Program, where they connect citizens and government with data, … Continue reading
The Living Atlas Contributor App has recently been updated with enhancements! The app now supports vector tile layers and rule packages. On the Details page, two thumbnails are required for nomination (a standard size, 200 x 133 thumbnail, and a … Continue reading
Public transit (like buses and subways) serves the people of a community. It connects people with their jobs, schools, healthcare, recreation, and more. However, typical fixed-route transit systems serve only the people and areas within a short distance of transit … Continue reading
The 2016 User Conference is almost upon us! We still have some spots left if you’re interested in getting your GIS data’s quality assessed by an Esri expert. For more information on how to sign-up please check out the original blog here.
We’ll see you next week!
The Esri User Conference (Esri UC), June 27-July 1, 2016, in San Diego, California hosts 16,000 GIS users, managers and developers. 300 moderated sessions. 450 hours of technical training. 300 software vendors. Innovative Startup Zones. Inspirational keynotes. Competitions to test … Continue reading