Drone2Map for ArcGIS is the new product drone users around the world leverage to create products from raw still imagery collected by drones. Many are surprised by the variety and quality of products they are creating without being an imagery … 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
Last year I published a brief article and video on adding content into ArcGIS Earth. It turns out that I forgot one of the most important items… the list of services that we publish through ArcGIS Online that you can use!
Here are some example services that will work in ArcGIS Earth. You can drag-and-drop, add by URL, or even find them in the Online search (though we have a couple of issues we’re fixing to make that easier). Continue reading
Throughout 2016, we will be presenting a series of ArcGIS Scene Viewer tips and tricks. We hope these posts will help you work more efficiently, produce better 3D visualizations, and really harness the power of your 2D and 3D data with … Continue reading
3D GIS animation is an exciting capability of ArcGIS Pro, and now even more so with expanded functionality with the Pro 1.2 SDK for .NET. There is already a rich set of animation features you can leverage directly from the … Continue reading
Esri Partner, Mapillary, Raises $8 Million Series A to Democratize Maps by Connecting the World’s Photos
Technology has made the farthest corners of the planet more accessible than ever before. We can video call loved ones on the other side of the world; and we can view photos of foreign landmarks at the click of a … Continue reading
Elevation is an essential layer for your work in 3D. ArcGIS comes with a ready-to-use 3D terrain you can combine with your layers in ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online Web Scene Viewer, and ArcGIS Earth. The Terrain 3D layer is the … Continue reading
The 10.2.7 release of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET is now available to download from the ArcGIS for Developers web site and to reference via NuGet. This release includes enhancements to 3D mapping that provide a better scene interaction experience for the user, more efficient tile and surface rendering, and improved label display. New network analysis tasks have been added for determining service areas and closest facilities along a network, and several improvements have been made to KML layers. A set of quality and performance enhancements across the SDK have also been included. You can read the full list of enhancement details, issues addressed, and known limitations in the release notes.
This release includes support for developing with Visual Studio 2015 and deploying Windows Desktop (WPF) apps on Windows 10. It does not support use in a Windows 8.1 Store app deployed on Windows 10 or in a Windows 10 Universal (UWP) app. Full support for UWP apps on Windows 10 will be provided in the next major release (Quartz) of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET.