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GPS Support Fully Integrated in ArcGIS Explorer Desktop

One of the Many New Features Available with Latest Release

The new version of ArcGIS Explorer Desktop supports new capabilities.

The new version of ArcGIS Explorer Desktop supports new capabilities, including complex spatial query of features and full integration of GPS devices to capture current location, along with waypoints and tracks.

The new version of ArcGIS Explorer Desktop (build 1700) incorporates support for GPS. End users can fully integrate with their GPS devices to capture current locations, as well as waypoints and tracks.

This release also supports spatial selection using shapes (points, lines, areas) to query features using spatial operators such as contains, intersects, overlaps, or within. Combined with the existing support for logical queries, this provides a powerful set of capabilities that enables users to derive more value from their data.

ArcGIS Explorer Desktop is a free GIS viewer that gives end users an easy way to explore, discover, visualize, and share geospatial information and authoritative data with a broad audience.

ArcGIS Explorer Desktop has integrated GPS support.

ArcGIS Explorer Desktop has integrated GPS support, allowing it to be used with GPS devices to capture current location, along with waypoints and tracks.

The new release includes many other geo-capabilities, such as image georeferencing and the ability to add geotagged photos directly to the map at their tagged location or geotag photos manually.

Other enhancements include spatial query against KML and query by attribute of layer packages.

Download ArcGIS Explorer Desktop by visiting esri.com/arcgisexplorer.

 
 
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