Deane Kensok

Deane Kensok has been with Esri since 1990 and is currently the ArcGIS Content CTO and a member of the Living Atlas team. For the past twenty years, Deane has worked on a variety of Internet mapping and data publishing products and projects, which have led to his current work with ArcGIS Online and the Living Atlas.

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Dawn of OSM Daylight in ArcGIS

Esri is pleased to announce the OpenStreetMap Daylight map in ArcGIS, now in beta release, which is built with the Daylight Map Distribution.

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ArcGIS Data Support in OSM Editors

ArcGIS datasets from local data providers are now supported in the RapiD and JOSM OpenStreetMap Editors so they can be used to edit OSM data.

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Community Maps Data Sharing

Esri is offering a new data sharing option for our Community Maps program to make it easy for you to share data with other mapping platforms.

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Live OpenStreetMap data in ArcGIS

ArcGIS Online now includes several new feature layers that provide the latest OpenStreetMap data (e.g. buildings) created by OSM contributors.

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New Places in Esri Vector Basemaps

The Esri Vector Basemaps now include a new Places layer (beta) that includes an expanded set of points-of-interest (POIs) for the United States.

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What’s New in Community Maps Editor

The Community Maps Editor enables ArcGIS Online users to create and edit detailed features for special areas of interest within their community.

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Living Atlas Data for On-Premises Use

Learn more about Living Atlas maps and data that is also available to deploy and use on-premises in your private network.

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What’s New with OpenStreetMap Basemap (March 2019)

With the March update of ArcGIS Online, the OpenStreetMap vector basemap is now in full release and available to you through the basemap gallery.

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Introducing Community Maps Editor

The Community Maps Editor enables users to edit detailed features for special areas of interest within their community for use in Esri basemaps.

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