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What’s new in the ArcGIS Solutions March 2023 Release

ArcGIS Solutions align with your business needs, transform your use of ArcGIS, and help you maximize the investment you are making in location-based data and technology.

In the March 2023 release, you will find several new ArcGIS Solutions for state and local governments, utilities, defense, and public safety agencies. There are also many enhancements to the existing solution portfolio that can be leveraged by organizations of all types.

New ArcGIS Solutions

Here is a quick summary of what’s new in the March release:

Adopt-A-Road

Adopt-A-Road can be used to operate road adoption programs that allow volunteers to adopt roads and clean them for the community.

Enrich public engagement and improve road cleanliness

Cemetery Management

Cemetery Management can be used to develop an authoritative cemetery and gravesite inventory and share gravesite and burial information with the public.

Streamline cemetery gravesite inventories and increase public interest

Crime Problem Management

Crime Problem Management can be used to plan, manage, and evaluate evidence-based responses to crime problems.

Reduce crime by implementing evidence-based responses to crime problems

Curb Regulation Management

Curb Regulation Management can be used to maintain an authoritative inventory of curb regulations and visualize how curbsides are being used.

Streamline curb regulation inventories and understand how curbsides are used

Gas As-Builting

Gas As-Builting can be used to Streamline the documentation of newly constructed assets and rapidly make that information accessible to help gas utilities operate optimally, make better decisions, reduce potential for damage, and increase safety.

Document constructed assets and improve the quality of asset repositories

Gridded Reference Graphic

Gridded Reference Graphic can be used by special forces and conventional military organizations to coordinate real-world field operations. Gridded Reference Graphic uses a set of visual components including grids and markers representing entities to guide clearing operations.

Optimize clearing workflows and improve communication

Immunization Outreach

Immunization Outreach can be used to inventory vaccine providers, communicate vaccination coverage, and promote available resources.

Increase public trust and monitor immunization trends

Roadway Management

Roadway Management can be used to inventory public roads and their characteristics, conduct routine pavement condition assessments, and streamline inspection and maintenance activities.

Streamline road inventories and effectively assess pavement conditions

ROW and Easement Data Management

ROW and Easement Data Management can be used to improve infrastructure planning, utility maintenance, and other functions that require access to land.

Streamline right-of-way and easement data management

Stormwater Construction Activity Management

Stormwater Construction Activity Management can be used by organizations to streamline the inspection of construction sites and understand the effectiveness of control measures.

Optimize stormwater construction inspections and safeguard water quality

And that’s not all.  Several other solutions were also updated in this release:

Finally, learn more about other lifecycle changes and issues that have also been addressed in this release.

One more thing…

We have also shared with the community a series of videos that demonstrate the key capabilities in many of our ArcGIS Solutions.  Please check them out, they are a great way to learn more about a given ArcGIS Solution.

About the authors

Jaisha Burr leads the ArcGIS Solutions Enablement team and specializes in user journeys and customer success.

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Scott is the Manager of the ArcGIS Solutions team and also leads the development of ArcGIS Solutions for State and Local Governments. He has been with Esri since 2008.

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