Did you know that Esri’s suite of Basemaps is available online and on-premise? Part of the Esri On-Premise Data and Location Services collection, ArcGIS Data Appliance provides access to over 50 Basemap styles, ready for visualization and analysis. Released annually, the latest version, Data Appliance 7.1, includes a rich suite of raster and vector basemaps, and elevation services.
Increase collaboration while keeping data secure
ArcGIS Data Appliance serves as a single source of truth, enabling multiple departments, working on-and-off site, to access the same map. This help teams to scale and be more efficient. For organizations with strict data regulations, deploying a Data Appliance keeps data internal. Users can build critical apps right away and share services with other people in the organization with granted access. This added level of security provides a safeguard against uncertainties and adds an extra line of defense in protecting an organization’s internal data.
Trust in your decision making
Disaster response is a common use case of ArcGIS Data Appliance. In times of emergency, trusted data matters. With accuracy in mind, Esri’s Basemaps are prepared with data from authoritative sources and curated by a professional team of cartographers. When an event occurs, such as a hurricane or snowstorm, teams continue to have access to authoritative maps – even in power outages. Field workers and administrators continue to have access to information to solve problems quickly and efficiently, when time matters most.
Key benefits of ArcGIS Data Appliance:
- Global suite of curated basemaps
- Firewall secure for increased data protection
- Preloaded and integrated for your existing database
- Internal network connectivity
- Collaboration access for increased efficiency
ArcGIS Data Appliance connects your organization with the most up-to-date offline services for spatial data exploration. The services are grouped into the following categories:
- Basemaps—Layers meant to be used on their own or overlaid with other layers
- Reference layers—Layers intended to be overlaid on basemaps to provide reference information
- World Elevation—Elevation layers for analysis, 2D, and 3D visualizations
- Elevation analysis—Geoprocessing tool for performing analysis on elevation data
Esri’s Data and Location Services offerings are always improving. Highlights of ArcGIS Data Appliance 7.1 include:
- New World Hillshade Dark service (Raster Basemap)
- Expanded World Imagery content (Raster Basemap)
- Expanded Elevation Services coverage
- 15 New vector maps styles – now over 50 styles available!
- New GP Toolboxes for Style Publishing and Style Updating
- JSON customization – via the Vector Style Editor in ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8
- Two VTPK provided: Web Mercator Aux. Sphere and WGS84/GCS
Esri’s Data Appliance team is available to help you decide which data product is right for you. Email us at email@example.com and let us help you build a data solution that best fits your organizational needs.