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Join our webinar: Next Generation ArcGIS Bathymetry

ArcGIS Bathymetry is a powerful yet lightweight solution for organizations that manage large amounts of bathymetric data. Bathymetry data is critical across many industries, such as ports, hydrographic offices, maritime defense, oil, and offshore energy. Esri provides GIS-enabled tools and workflows for performing data exploration and modeling of bathymetric data allowing organizations to efficiently collect, manage, produce, and share large amounts of data publicly or with users in an organization. This data can seamlessly integrate with ArcGIS Maritime or other chart production tools, where bathymetry becomes a data source for an electronic or paper nautical chart.

For 2023 ArcGIS Bathymetry has been re-envisioned as a next generation tool that is more accessible through ArcGIS Pro and web-based apps, simplifying access for non-GIS users. The new release will include enhancements allowing users to leverage geoprocessing tools for analysis, such as seafloor change detection, slope analysis, dredging volume analysis, and contouring. Discover the new capabilities and enhancements we have planned for this upcoming release and ask any questions directly to our product team.

Join our webinar on Tuesday, December 13th, at 7:00 a.m. Pacific time, as Meredith Payne, from the ArcGIS Bathymetry team, introduces completely redesigned features and capabilities planned for the ArcGIS Pro 3.1 release. This will include a high-level demo of the product’s workflow and how to leverage web-based apps and create custom surfaces from bathymetric information systems (BIS). Those bathymetric surfaces can then be used in ArcGIS Pro to support various activities across your organization.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about next generation ArcGIS Bathymetry, register for our webinar here. You can also visit the ArcGIS Bathymetry page for an overview of the product and resources.

When: Tuesday, December 13, 2022 | 7:00 a.m. (Pacific time)

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About the author

Angelique Samaro

Angelique is an Associate Product Marketing Manager at Esri's R&D Center. She holds a master's degree from the University of California, Riverside, focusing on management and marketing.

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