ArcGIS Pro 2.1 Has Been Released!

ArcGIS Pro 2.1, Esri’s flagship 64-bit desktop GIS, has been released and is available. Now is the perfect time to migrate to ArcGIS Pro.

ArcGIS Pro 2.1 is a big release that brings a slew of new features and functionality. It adds and improves your highly requested workflows, features new innovations that take advantage of ArcGIS Pro’s unique 3D and 64-bit environment, and connects your desktop more tightly with the rest of the ArcGIS platform.

Highly Requested Workflows

If-then-else branching logic tools in ModelBuilder
Branching logic helps your build more effective models in ModelBuilder

Your favorite workflows are now easier and more powerful in ArcGIS Pro 2.1.

Unique Innovations

Interactive 3D Viewshed Analysis in ArcGIS Pro
The new interactive 3D exploratory analysis tools enable quick visual analysis

ArcGIS Pro 2.1 features unique innovations that cannot be found in any other desktop GIS.

ArcGIS Platform Integration

ArcGIS Pro 2.1 works better with the rest of the ArcGIS platform, including ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Enterprise, and Esri’s vast library of ready-to-use apps. Your cross-platform workflows are now easier and more powerful than ever.

Get the full details on what’s new in ArcGIS Pro 2.1.

See a video demo of what’s new in ArcGIS Pro 2.1.

About the author

Richard Kachelriess is Esri’s Product Marketing Manager for ArcGIS Pro. He has worked on a wide range of Esri's products, including ArcGIS Server; the geodatabase; imagery; ArcGIS Online content, such as basemaps, the Living Atlas, and Streetmap Premium; and Esri's open technologies and solutions, such as ArcGIS Open Data, Esri Geoportal Server, ArcGIS for INSPIRE, the ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap. He has also been a President of Esri’s Toastmasters club. Richard’s background includes an MBA from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College, a Geology degree from Florida Atlantic University, and work as a Hydrologic Technician with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) researching water quality in the Florida Everglades. You can follow Richard on Twitter @kachelriess.

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