The Esri UC urged attendees to consider not only what’s next in GIS but also how to address the world’s challenges at many scales.
Esri signs an MOU with the World Bank, makes field-sourced data available fast in Microsoft, and advances ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.
On GIS Day, GIS users and advocates around the world host and attend events that showcase how geospatial technology can make a difference.
Esri constantly strives to make ArcGIS Online more powerful and easier to use. Find out more about some new capabilities and resources.
GeoInquiries—short, standards-based instructional activities in ArcGIS Online—can help educators teach their subjects more effectively.
Engineering firm 4site applies ArcGIS technology, including Collector for ArcGIS, to accelerate site surveys and planning.
With GIS, international organizations can monitor and profile vulnerable populations to get them the help they need.
With ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud, GIS users and creative professionals can make stunning data-focused maps right in Adobe programs.
Colorado governor John Hickenlooper—part of a new wave of US leadership—has a passion for integrating geographic knowledge into government.
Plant-for-the-Planet founder Felix Finkbeiner sees the forest and the trees: 4.2 trillion of them.
It is vital that we advance and implement new spatial health research, methods, and infrastructure to address growing health challenges.
Esri partners are engaging major businesses and communities in remarkable ways. Find out how.
In fast-growing Spanish Fork, UT, field crews now use UtiliSync to complete their inspections digitally.
In Gilbert, AZ, ArcGIS Hub helps city departments and citizens collaborate.