Open data sites help residents and local officials protect their communities, stay safe, and prevent infections.
The 2020 Esri User Conference is going virtual, and Esri is providing free software to a range of groups affected by COVID-19.
Esri’s Disaster Response Program received more requests for assistance in the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic than it ever had.
Developers who tuned into the 2020 Esri Developer Summit, held online, heard about the most up-to-date innovations in ArcGIS technology.
ArcGIS Mission helps teams better understand their operations, make informed decisions in real time, and gain intelligence.
ArcGIS Notebooks is now available across the ArcGIS platform.
The Burnaby Public Library uses ArcGIS Navigator to efficiently deliver books to patrons who are unable to make visits themselves.
Students at Villanova University were able to use the technology to continue learning and discover trends and patterns in their data.
The Topeka Public Works Department uses ArcGIS Insights to organize and present budget information in an easy-to-understand way.
Esri’s chief medical officer, Este Geraghty, explores how to prioritize public health versus individual well-being or economic hardship.
Terese Flores shone brightly as a GIS hero during the COVID-19 crisis in New York City—as she does every day as a manager at NYC Parks.
Science is part of Esri’s DNA, and what the world needs now is the power of deep, integrative geographic science.
Using its behavioral segments along with Esri technology, Spatial.ai helped an upscale thrift store pick its first location in a new city.
At the 2020 Esri Partner Conference, Esri recognized 19 partners for their important and innovative contributions to GIS.
Esri Press has eight new books that cover everything from Python scripting to introducing children to the GIS profession.