The Esri Developer Summit focused on new capabilities in ArcGIS including those in 3D mapping, natural language processing, and data science.
Numerous geodesign projects, including one to make a US Air Force base more climate resilient, were presented at the Geodesign Summit.
Ross Donihue from Esri explains how he used a stylus and tablet to create hand-drawn illustrations for a story map about smokejumpers.
Este Geraghty, Esri's chief medical officer, explains how reliable data and location intelligence provide insights into the spread of COVID-19.
Four new layers in ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World contain American Community Survey (ACS) data about children and senior citizens.
How many staffed hospital beds are there per capita in what medical officials call ideal hospitals? A story map by Esri's John Nelson shows you.
Cartographer John Nelson from Esri introduces you to the totally blank basemap. Two choices are available from ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.
Esri cartographer John Nelson shows you how to apply graduated sizes and colors to symbols in your ArcGIS Online maps.
Learn about the indoor location technologies such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons are or soon will be supported by ArcGIS Indoors.
Naftali Honig from African Parks talks about how conservation intelligence can protect animals from poachers.
A pole and street sign inventory demonstration shows you the ease of switching from paper to digital workflows with ArcGIS.
Configure or upgrade your GIS by packaging ArcGIS with a Dell Workstation or Rugged Tablet.
Working from home and want to connect with other GIS pro? At GeoNet, you can ask questions about ArcGIS, share information, and collaborate.
You can learn ArcGIS from a distance. Esri training offers dozens of courses online.
Get a two-minute overview of Scene Viewer in ArcGIS Online, which gives you the ability to visualize and analyze 2D and 3D information.