Esri launched an R&D center for GeoAI, the UN built a gender statistics story map, Dangermond was honored in the Netherlands, and more.
At the 2019 Esri Developer Summit, attendees learned how to best work with Esri technology and how their creations foster positive change.
ParcelAtlas, available in ArcGIS Marketplace, is a frequently updated cloud-based cadastral content service for use with ArcGIS technology.
With an immersive 3D experience, ArcGIS Urban allows planners, governments, and citizens to visualize proposed development in their cities.
There is often a disconnect between what’s happening in the field and the office. With Tracker for ArcGIS, that’s no longer the case.
Kuwait University is building a new campus: Sabah Al-Salem University City. GIS has been the backbone of the project since its inception.
For the 2019 Rose Parade, the Pasadena Fire Department relied heavily on ArcGIS technology, including the new Tracker for ArcGIS app.
To better respond to reports of illegal fireworks in Visalia, California, firefighters and police officers started using ArcGIS technology.
Under the leadership of GIS customer solutions manager Ben Bruns, Dutch Kadaster automated multiscale map production—and shared its methods.
What does it mean to be data driven? How can an organization build a culture that’s galvanized by data?
To tackle the complex problems associated with climate change, The Nature Conservancy is revolutionizing its approach to conservation.
To help save priority North American species and their habitats, an online land-use planning solution got upgraded to an open data website.
Built on ArcGIS technology, the Easy2Hike app helps hikers, bikers, and equestrians plan hikes and learn more about their surroundings.
At the 2019 Esri Partner Conference, Esri recognized partners in 13 award categories for their expertise and superb ArcGIS implementations.