What is our App of the Month? Why is ArcGIS the ideal platform for data collection and asset management? Find out these and more in the February News Roundup.
As your organization’s collected data begins to grow, thinking of ways to share and leverage these datasets can be tricky. You’ll want it to be conveniently accessible and user-friendly, and you also need to ensure that your GIS platform can perform well especially when processing large datasets. For February’s App of the Month, let’s take a look at how Silvacom and Alberta Innovates came together to build a one-stop app for the province’s biomass, ecosystem services and land-use data.
In the past few years, the ArcGIS platform has become a standard for collaborative solutions. With these integrated tools, you can share information, collect data and even manage assets. Whether you are working on an internal project with your colleagues or an external project in collaboration with other organizations, the idea of this blog is to show you how ArcGIS can help you at different levels, be it simple data collection or to integrate management of your assets.
If you’re an ArcMap user, you must be aware by now that you will need to transition to ArcGIS Pro at some point in the future. We have many solutions to support your organization in this process. Wondering where to find helpful resources to guide you through the transition? Read this blog post for a summary of training resources that are available to you for free or for a fee, and where to find them.
2019 Esri Federal GIS Conference Highlights
January 31, 2019
Esri Releases New Updates to ArcGIS Pro 2.3
January 30, 2019
Esri Publishes Second Edition of Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro
ArcNorth News is Esri Canada’s digital magazine covering Canadian GIS successes using Esri technology. How can spatial analytics help Canadian forest industry meet increasing demand for wood products and yet, support sustainability of the wide range of values that our massive forests provide? In this article, Forsite shares its experience of more than 30 years of leveraging GIS for effective and sustainable forest management.
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WhereNext is Esri’s digital magazine for business leaders. In this article, a long-coveted forecast comes to life for retailers, using AI and the geospatial cloud to predict brick and mortar and online sales.
The goal of the series is to help executives and leaders in industry and government understand how modern GIS technology enables digital transformation and drives growth. In this podcast, hear Lawrie Jordan, Director of Imagery and Remote Sensing at Esri, explain how imagery brings efficiency and productivity to business and government.
Operation Blue Roof: Real-Time Disaster Response
See how the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers leverages ArcGIS GeoEvent Server in disaster recovery situations, connecting engineers, homeowners, contractors and government agencies with a real-time GIS system, enabling everyone access to important data, while protecting personally identifiable information – until properties feel like home again.
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