The cloud-based platform helps organizations work together to respond to natural hazards and prepare for a more sustainable future.
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A detailed dashboard showed leaders where COVID-19 infections would spike next and, later, where more people needed to be vaccinated.
Facilities need to be transformed in ways that are both flexible and sustainable. ArcGIS Indoors can help.
Users have more flexibility when sketching buildings, can get real-time feedback on goals, and have more tools for collaboration.
Esri has many interactive web app builders that users can choose from. But first, app creators should consider four important questions.
To continue training employees through the COVID-19 pandemic, Singapore’s Urban Redevelopment Authority digitally transformed its courses.
Erie Water Works saves hundreds of thousands of dollars with its GIS-based implementation.
To clear a peckish pachyderm from a Zimbabwean playground, researchers used chili oil and GIS. The results were remarkable.
The natural world is under siege. Join some of the geospatial causes aimed at reducing biodiversity loss and protecting the planet.
Annette Ginocchetti has boundless enthusiasm for GIS. She is also always one step ahead with the technology.
While the relevance of geography is being challenged at the university level, the growth of the field at community colleges is promising.
Organizations around the world are using GIS to build new housing, improve roads, and fix water supply issues—with help from Esri partners.
To act quickly when natural hazards strike, emergency service providers can now use First Due to bring together critical fire and EMS data.
New Esri Press books explore how to collaborate using maps and data, how to use ArcGIS Pro 2.8, and the rich diversity of thematic mapping.