Tag: ArcGIS Platform
With the release of ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6, we are pretty excited to bring you a host of new features to Scene Viewer. With these new features, you can really leverage your data and create powerful visualizations and scenes to help … Continue reading
The release of ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5.1 introduces many new exciting features to Scene Viewer that can help you create striking and compelling scenes. We’ve added smart mapping to Scene Viewer to help you visualize your data in 3D, many new … Continue reading
While creating maps and conducting analysis in ArcGIS Enterprise, do you ever find yourself wishing you could enhance your work with great local or global content? Well now you can. Starting at 10.5, ArcGIS Enterprise includes authoritative ready-to-use content from … Continue reading
Building a foundation for success When Esri introduced ArcGIS Enterprise last December, we unveiled a flexible server software for mapping and analytics that allows you to easily manage your location-enabled data and bring a browser-based GIS into your infrastructure. ArcGIS … Continue reading
One of the benefits of the ArcGIS platform is the ability to easily use and transfer data between applications. Insights for ArcGIS and ArcGIS Pro are examples of two popular apps that you may want to use together in the … Continue reading
ArcGIS for Water Utilities is an evolutionary step in how Esri’s GIS technology can be deployed at water utilities. Over the last year we’ve had many conversations about how ArcGIS for Water Utilities enables water, sewer and stormwater utilities to take a better approach to meeting their GIS needs. We’ve found one of the most effective ways to communicate the “ArcGIS for Water Utilities Approach” is to compare it with two other approaches to meeting water utility GIS needs we’ve seen – “The Legacy Approach” and the “ArcGIS System Approach”.
What we call “The Legacy Approach” to meeting water utility GIS needs was an approach commonly used about 10 years ago. This approach was typified by water utilities building their GIS from the bottom up, often with many projects over a multi-year period. With this approach water utilities were spending a lot of time and money assembling a GIS platform and then creating customizations to perform industry common functions.