ArcGIS Platform

Innovation through Geography

ArcGIS brings together maps, apps, data, and people to make smarter decisions and enable innovation in your organization or community. It is a practical way to link science with action and is used by governments, industries, NGOs, and Fortune 500 companies around the world.

Discover what you can do with ArcGIS.

Planning and Analysis

Planning and Analysis

See business intelligence—traffic patterns, weather, demographics, customers, and competitor data—on easy-to-read maps and intuitive dashboards. ArcGIS enables data analysis, site selection, route optimization, and advanced predictive modeling.

Esri specializes in mapping various kinds of data to help people visualize relationships, patterns, and trends. Many large corporations have been looking to such software to better direct their limited budgets.

—The Washington Post

Operational Awareness

Operational Awareness

Monitor, track, and report events and day-to-day operations across a network of people within your organization. Look at services, deliveries, people, vehicles, weather events, and social media—anywhere in the world—then share that insight with stakeholders.

Field Data Collection

Field Data Collection

Move data to and from the field to any device. Crews can view current information and maps to save time and make better decisions. They can send data back to you quickly, too, making it easy to report problems, respond to work orders, and update maintenance records.

Asset Management

Asset Management

Get a real-time picture of asset performance, maintenance history, improvement projects, and inspection plans. ArcGIS integrates with open data and business systems, including SAP, Office, IBM Cognos, and SharePoint, to track the financial performance of your assets.

Sustainability is a defining issue of our times. In Maryland, we must focus on improving the condition of the Chesapeake Bay, which has been polluted for generations. We are tackling this issue using geography and performance measurement to improve the bay’s health each year.

—Governor Martin O’Malley, Maryland

Contact Us | Privacy | Legal | Site Map