Esri supports your field operations with apps for data collection and workforce management. Keeping up with what is new is hard when you are busy collecting data in the field. In this article we describe the different apps and help you choose the one that is right for you.
Spatiality has joined the Esri Partner Network (EPN) as a Silver member. That is exciting news, since this allows us to deliver unprecedented business value to you and your business. Joining EPN also fits well into our purpose of helping businesses to leverage big data and location analytics.
Geospatial Advocacy Kenya is a recent initiative that seeks to promote and advance the geospatial industry in Kenya through geospatial advocacy. To introduce the organization to the wider public I published a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on their website.
Last year Will Cadell wrote Geospatial Analytics Will Eat The World, And You Won’t Even Know It With this in mind I will describe and illustrate 13 basic GIS analysis tools. The world doesn’t need to know these tools, but every GIS practitioner is advised to master them.
Geographers have combined interactive maps, multimedia content and text in Story Maps to tell stories about the world around us. Story Maps are now emerging as a powerful medium for data-driven journalism and storytelling. This article will help you to start writing your own.
ArcGIS Online subscriptions have long been considered an add-on to the ArcGIS Desktop licenses. The tables might turn with the recent introduction of user types, app bundles, and ArcGIS Pro as an add-on app. This positions ArcGIS Online as a full-fledged cloud GIS platform.
ArcGIS Online is a cloud-based GIS platform for using, creating, and sharing maps, apps and data within and across organizations. You can try out ArcGIS Online by signing up for the 21-day free ArcGIS trial. Find out how you can make the best use of your free trial period.
Cloud computing has revolutionized the ICT landscape and is a catalyst for digital transformation. But the adoption of Cloud GIS has been slow and GIS deployments on desktops and enterprise servers remain the norm. Will this change with the advent of big data analytics, IoT and AI?
The GeoBuiz 2018 Report presents a bright outlook for the geospatial industry and predicts a larger role for it in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Geospatial is more aligned with ICT and Cloud, IoT, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Blockchain are key technology drivers.
The remote sensing industry is growing exponentially with the proliferation of satellites, drones, big data analytics, and AR/VR as key drivers. Increasingly GIS experts and data analysts are expected to have relevant knowledge and skills in image processing and analysis.
The term GIS is losing some of its appeal to the buzz of geospatial, location intelligence, and spatial data science. Yet the popularity of these offshoots has increased the demand for GIS skills and capabilities, More people are becoming interested in learning GIS and the ArcGIS Lesson Gallery is an excellent school.
GIS data editing is an arduous task that one rather assigns to junior and novice GIS staff. Such staff will use less efficient workflows and produce more errors. This presented a real dilemma. Now with ArcGIS Pro Tasks complicated workflows can be executed efficiently by a larger number of GIS staff.