Google and Esri are working closely together to provide replacement software and training to all of Google's enterprise customers and partners that have implemented Google Earth Enterprise and Google Maps Engine technology. Esri will be providing the new 10.5 version of ArcGIS Enterprise and related client/app technology to all Google Earth Enterprise and Google Maps Engine customers and partners.
Google will continue to provide the world’s leading mapping and location based APIs, services and content for developers of both consumer and enterprise applications. The relationship with Esri represents a way to support Earth Enterprise and Maps Engine customers as they become end of support products.
No. ArcGIS will be made available to all Google users immediately as a no-cost replacement for Google Earth Enterprise and Google Maps Engine. The first year of maintenance and/or subscription fees are included, after which users will be responsible for appropriate maintenance or subscription fees (including support).
Esri provides powerful visualization and analysis technologies that replicate and extend Google Earth Enterprise and Google Maps Engine. They include:
Yes. ArcGIS Enterprise is open and supports a variety of standards, including OGC, REST, and ISO standards. Additionally, it provides open web APIs and native SDKs for developers. As a result, ArcGIS can be embedded or used in any client application.
Esri will provide its ArcGIS technology at no cost to the full Google partner ecosystem that currently uses Google Earth Enterprise or Google Maps Engine. This will include software, training, and technical assistance in migrating apps to the Esri environment. Esri is also inviting Google partners to join the Esri Partner Program.
Yes. ArcGIS is highly scalable and enterprise ready. In addition to vector data, it can serve and consume large collections of imagery and raster data and perform on-the-fly processing and dynamic mosaicking to simplify imagery management. ArcGIS also supports LIDAR and scientific data formats, such as NetCDF.
Yes. ArcGIS scales to support extreme volumes of simultaneous users in cloud, on-premises, or hybrid environments.
2D and 3D data can be easily visualized in any of Esri's high-performance client apps including
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Yes. ArcGIS supports real-time data feeds from sensor networks, RSS feeds, and a variety of other formats. It can also perform dynamic analytics, such as geofencing, and other location-based messaging.
Esri is trusted by more than 300,000 organizations all over the world to support their business. Over the past 45 years, Esri has focused on helping these enterprises to successfully manage their geospatial work. Esri's products and services represent this vast experience and dedication to GIS. ArcGIS not only replicates but also extends the capabilities you have now, while minimizing business disruption.
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