Since its incorporation in 2001, Centennial, Colorado aimed to be a small government, partnering with other agencies and the private sector for most its services. Working as an extension of the city, CH2M provides public works services to more than … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that version 10.4.0 of Collector for ArcGIS has been released on the Windows 10 platform. This update follows our July 19th release of Collector on the iOS platform. Android is coming next!
Today we released Collector for ArcGIS v10.4.0 on the iOS platform. It includes exciting new capabilities when working with high-accuracy GPS receivers. Learn how Le-Ax Water District took advantage of these exciting new capabilities during our beta program. We released the iOS version … Continue reading
We are full speed ahead with our next big release of Collector for ArcGIS and if you haven’t heard already, we are in beta right now! Last week we shared the great work Le-Ax Water District is doing marking hydrants with … Continue reading
We are very excited to announce the public beta of the 10.4 release of Collector for ArcGIS. This is a significant release for Collector as it introduces new capabilities for collecting data with high-accuracy GNSS receivers.
Collector for ArcGIS extends the reach of ArcGIS into the field so that you can improve the accuracy and currency of your data. Using your mobile device you can collect and update spatial and tabular data managed inside of your … Continue reading
Trimble Positions Software Suite compliments ArcPad and ArcGIS for Windows Mobile by ensuring that the location of your critical infrastructure is spatially accurate as you map it.
Trimble has just released version 10.2 and it is available for download now. The 10.2 release fully supports both ArcPad 10.2 and ArcGIS for Windows Mobile 10.2. You can download Trimble Positions 10.2 from Trimble’s website now.
Also, Esri provides an end-to-end data collection solution called GeoCollector that will jump start your data collection projects. It couples Trimble Geo hardware + Trimble Positions Software Suite + ArcPad or ArcGIS for Windows Mobile together.
The options for high accuracy data collection with ArcGIS Mobile just keep getting better!
Esri’s Hardware Solutions group is offering a new packaged solution for U.S. customers called GeoCollector for ArcGIS Mobile. GeoCollector for ArcGIS Mobile bundles together ArcGIS Mobile software with Trimble GeoExplorer 6000 series handhelds devices.
You can now couple the COTS ArcGIS Mobile application with the GeoCollector XH receiver, leverage your local VRS network and map infrastructure to 10-centimeter accuracy in real time! Or using a custom solution developed with the ArcGIS Mobile SDK and the Trimble Mobile GIS Developer Community resources you can deploy applications that enable the post-processing of GPS positions when VRS is not available and still meet your accuracy requirements.
The warranty and support for GeoCollector is completely managed by Esri. Esri technical support staff will take the lead for all GeoCollector questions and issues. Details on the GeoCollector for ArcGIS Mobile packaged solution can be found here.
The ArcGIS Mobile Team is looking for your feedback!
Please cast your vote on the following Polls:
Hardware Devices & Platforms: http://twtpoll.com/zjlqb3
Feature Enhancements: http://twtpoll.com/fs6jn8
ESRI and Trimble have joined fores and launched the 2009 Mobile Government Grant Program. The joint grant program awards hardware, software, and training with a value of $89,980 to 20 state and local government agencies in the United States.
More importantly however, the Grant Program is a vehicle for Government agencies to share their business processes, workflows, and custom software development with other Government agencies that have similar needs for field data capture and analysis.
This grant applies to the use of both ESRI’s ArcGIS Mobile and ArcPad software coupled with Trimble device offerings.
For more information on the 2009 Mobile Government Grant Program:
Also here is a link to the ArcPad blog posting on this as well: