Ismael Chivite joined Esri in 2002. A geographer by training, he loves helping people leverage GIS to improve the way they work. As a Senior Product Manager, Ismael is always looking for ideas to create new and improve existing Esri products. Outside working hours: Legos, rock climbing, Romanesque architecture and jamon iberico. On occasion, he enjoys jamon during working hours too.

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Introducing the ArcGIS Survey123 Shoreline Cleanup and Assessment Template (SCAT)

A Survey123 template based on NOAA's field observer form for quick shoreline assessment.

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What’s new in ArcGIS QuickCapture (September 2021)

One more update to ArcGIS QuickCapture! Enhanced offline mapping and support for oriented imagery are the big highlights, but there is more!

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Oriented imagery meets field data collection

A step by step guide to help you collect oriented imagery with ArcGIS QuickCapture and exploit it using ArcGIS Experience Builder

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Web accessibility best practices for Survey123 authors

Read this blog to learn best practices for designing web accessible online surveys with ArcGIS Survey123.

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Whats new in ArcGIS Survey123 (September 2021)

New address question type, added support for images in the Survey123 field app inbox and enhancements to web accessibility and XLSForm support!

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What’s new in ArcGIS QuickCapture (August 2021)

Esri's rapid data collection app is getting better and better. Support for multiple project user inputs, enhanced photo capabilities and more!

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ArcGIS Survey123 smart camera: Machine learning meets field data collection

The new Learn ArcGIS lesson, Train a model to identify street signs, shows you how to create and use an image classification model in the field.

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What’s new in ArcGIS QuickCapture (May 2021)

Check out what's new in our May 2021 ArcGIS QuickCapture update.

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What’s new in ArcGIS Survey123 (March 2021)

Learn what's new in our March 2021 update to ArcGIS Survey123.

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