Adam Martin

Adam Martin is a Senior Product Manager focused on ArcGIS Knowledge and system interoperability. With more than fifteen years of entrepreneurial, government and private sector experience, he applies business and technology strategies as levers to improve government digital services and public decision making. Based in Washington, DC, he focuses on how ArcGIS connects “all the data” into knowledge graphs to find hidden patterns and relationships, provide quick context and accelerate decision making. He is also a proud dad, metadata hobbyist and consummate starter of things.

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What new in ArcGIS Knowledge (November 2023)

The November release of ArcGIS Knowledge introduces provenance, the new ArcGIS Knowledge Studio web application in beta, and more...

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Tackling Healthcare Network Accessibility with ArcGIS Knowledge

ArcGIS Knowledge helps analyst to investigate healthcare network adequacy and optimizations to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs

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State Health Agency Modernizes their Disease Surveillance Program

ArcGIS Knowledge helped modernize a health agency's disease surveillance using a graph database to interact with Public Health data.

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What’s New in ArcGIS Knowledge (2023 Q2)

Support for Neo4j graph databases with user-managed data will enable users to hook up their existing Neo4j graph databases. Learn more!

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Discover ArcGIS Knowledge at the Esri Federal GIS Conference 2023

Come experience ArcGIS Knowledge in Washington, D.C. next week.

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What’s New in ArcGIS Knowledge

See what's new (and what's possible) with graph analytics at Esri.

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Discover ArcGIS Knowledge at the Esri User Conference 2022

Come experience ArcGIS Knowledge in action and talk with us at the following times and places.

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Now Available: ArcGIS Knowledge

ArcGIS Knowledge is a new optional capability for ArcGIS Enterprise that brings knowledge graph capabilities to ArcGIS Pro.

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ArcGIS and Support for U.S. Geospatial Open Standards

ArcGIS supports the latest open web services standards, helping government agencies maximize interoperability and comply with standards mandates.

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