The 2022 Esri Developer Summit was held in person for the first time in two years. It was exciting for attendees to be together again.
A new book details how the Jane Goodall Institute empowers communities to safeguard their natural resources—or risk losing them forever.
A new broadband solution aims to help close the digital divide, the latest American Community Survey data is ready to use, and more.
Esri’s first direct-to-consumer product is ideal for creating travel journals, portfolios, virtual tours, and more. And it’s free to try!
Recent updates boost organizational efficiency, give mobile workers new field capabilities, and support integration with other technology.
It is the last release to support the publishing and consumption of services from ArcMap and has migration tooling to help with the change.
Leaders have instituted a geographic approach to implementing, monitoring, and analyzing USAID activities throughout the country.
The movement gains momentum from in-person events, so activists started using ArcGIS StoryMaps in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A comprehensive ArcGIS Enterprise solution now underpins all the cultivation and wine-making processes at Symington Family Estates.
For one city, it boils down to a single page of bulleted text that simply describes what the GIS team would like to do.
The Esri Science Symposium at the Esri User Conference is a unique event that showcases how science and geospatial technology intersect.
Women are disproportionately disadvantaged when it comes to land access and property rights. Esri partner Cadasta is working to change that.
Ecobot’s GIS-based platform helps environmental scientists efficiently collect data on the natural environment surrounding a project.
At the 2022 Esri Partner Conference, Esri acknowledged 26 partners for the remarkable solutions, services, and content they offer.
New books from Esri Press make the business case for GIS, help readers plan for future public health events, introduce Web GIS, and more.