Esri named a leader in location intelligence, launches new Ocean Health Hubs with OHI, and expands IoT developer opportunities.
Land use has a moral dimension to it. That’s why Molly Burhans wants to help the Catholic Church better manage its land—first by mapping it.
ArcGIS Online now has five new User Types, which match user characteristics with GIS capabilities and apps. Which User Type are you?
With ArcGIS Enterprise Sites, users of all experience levels can design and build web pages that highlight an organization’s GIS content.
Year one of a bold partnership that the world needs.
With advanced geospatial technology, Colorado agencies can identify snowslides before they happen.
The Kuwait Oil Company relied heavily on the ArcGIS platform to reduce congestion in its oil fields and better plan for future prospects.
In Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, the district council is using ArcGIS technology to put up more than 4,000 road and townland signs.
As former senator and bill sponsor Orrin Hatch writes, the new law will increase collaboration and improve oversight.
Congress passed the Geospatial Data Act of 2019 into law in October 2018, and it will have far-reaching effects on the GIS user community.
Jeremy Edwards did everything he could to help his community face and recover from Hurricane Irma. He even built an app while on a hike.
Coral Gables, Florida, used ArcGIS Hub to launch an open data site to improve access to city data and services and advance key initiatives.
With ArcGIS Enterprise and Insights for ArcGIS, Esri partners are helping to keep communities safe by tapping into in-depth analysis.
With building footprints from Esri startup partner BuildingFootprintsUSA, LERETA can more precisely determine flood zones.