After 25,000 gallons of crude oil spewed into the Pacific Ocean, the Surfrider Foundation leveraged location to streamline data collection.
Find out about a new way to analyze social equity initiatives, plus nuanced population change data is now available in ArcGIS.
Streamlining data collection allowed the City of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, to better identify suspected lead pipes and start replacing them.
ArcGIS Indoors is available in three options, making it easier for organizations to extend their existing ArcGIS systems for indoor needs.
With its ability to nimbly transform data into impactful visualizations, the scripting language can be a key part of efficient workflows.
Recent updates to the app make it easier to design more sophisticated forms and make the data collection experience more efficient.
While searching for the four-year-old girl and her dog in a rural area, the massive search party relied on real-time GIS to track progress.
By implementing new GIS technology, the South American country can track land-cover change more frequently and with greater accuracy.
To identify areas with inadequate facilities, the organization used GIS at the village level—and is making progress in improving assets.
To understand changing climate conditions, people need access to sound data, tools, and workflows. This will require a geographic approach.
Sound data provided by recognized, local sources should be the same data that appears in statewide, national, and international datasets.
Digital street maps are ubiquitous, but that wasn’t always the case. John Cassidy spent his career making key data more widely available.
When organizations need to upgrade technology, manage and analyze large amounts of data, and synchronize systems, Esri partners can help.
To better connect residents of Durham, Ontario, with local services, Esri startup partner Qwhery brought spatial data to smart home devices.
New books include one from the Jane Goodall Institute that details its holistic method for conservation, plus others on mapping and GIS.