This Web Seminar showed how to use ArcGIS for Canadian Municipalities to quickly and easily implement Web-based GIS using standard, configurable templates and a common data model. We provided an overview of the benefits of using ArcGIS for Canadian Municipalities, demonstrated how to configure and implement the data model and application templates, and concluded by examining how the data model is a key element to participating in the GeoFoundation Exchange (GFX) and Esri Canada Community Map programs.
Esri Canada’s Community Maps Program
Esri Canada’s Community Maps Program is now five years old and is expanding rapidly. Authoritative data pro...
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