Esri’s new racial equity initiative aims to help users leverage location intelligence to address issues that revolve around race.
Despite a global pandemic, the Esri community from around the world joined together in July to watch the first virtual Esri UC.
Celebrate GIS Day virtually, generate high-res 3D content, and find out how UN-Habitat uses GIS to build sustainable urban spaces.
The new app gives users the ability to collect data, view maps, and track locations all within a single mobile experience.
With ArcGIS Experience Builder, users can quickly transform their data into compelling 2D and 3D web apps without writing code.
ArcGIS Excalibur unites GIS and imagery in one web-based app, transforming how analysts search, discover, and work with imagery.
With COVID-19 transmission now due largely to community spread, it’s imperative to adopt a location-focused approach to contact tracing.
Kuwait has been on the cutting edge of geospatial technology for decades, and now it is blazing trails in machine learning.
Site Wind Right, from The Nature Conservancy, focuses renewable energy development in optimal places that won’t harm wildlife habitats.
Geospatial professionals need to more carefully consider the impacts of their work on the everyday spatialization of public space.
Mapping Black California unites community media, educational institutions, and other organizations around GIS to encourage collaboration.
Open science is a global movement to make scientific research open and accessible. Organizations can use ArcGIS Hub to increase engagement.
Advanced technology from Esri startup partner VODA.ai reduces nonrevenue water loss by finding pipe weaknesses before they fail.
Esri partners Similix, Intelligis Technologies, ROK Technologies, and VHB improve operational efficiency and business with Esri technology.
New books from Esri Press cover ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Desktop, crime analysis, and more. And three new children’s books teach kids about GIS!