Avonlea Fotheringham
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Avonlea Fotheringham is an Esri Product Marketing Manager for ArcGIS CityEngine. She joined Esri as a Social Media Manager for the ArcGIS Apps suite, using her passion for language and design to evangelize GIS to the world. She is based in Ottawa, Ontario and uses her free time to organize an annual international poetry festival.

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Bring Your ArcGIS CityEngine Models to Life in Unreal Engine with Automated Asset Replacements

Learn how to replace assets in your ArcGIS CityEngine models with high-quality materials and meshes in Unreal Engine.

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What’s New in ArcGIS CityEngine 2022.1

Get the highlights from the latest release of ArcGIS CityEngine, available October 20, 2022.

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ArcGIS CityEngine at the 2022 Esri User Conference

Esri UC 2022 is just around the corner and the ArcGIS CityEngine team has tons of exciting ArcGIS CityEngine content coming your way!

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What’s New in ArcGIS CityEngine 2022.0

The newest release of ArcGIS CityEngine includes support for exports to Twinmotion, a brand-new startup experience, and much more.

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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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What’s New in ArcGIS Earth (November 2021)

See what's new in the latest release of ArcGIS Earth, including new features and enhancements.

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Introducing ArcGIS Knowledge: What’s Coming (November 2021)

See what's coming in ArcGIS Knowledge, Esri's new offering for enterprise knowledge graph analytics.

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Using Bookmarks in ArcGIS Earth

Learn how to use bookmarks in ArcGIS Earth to save your favorite places around the planet while geo-browsing.

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Analyzing Unstructured Text With ArcGIS Pro Intelligence and ArcGIS LocateXT

Learn how to use ArcGIS Pro Intelligence and ArcGIS LocateXT to transform and analyze unstructured text.

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