ArcGIS Field Maps

ArcGIS Field Maps Supports Mobile Workflows

Realize greater efficiency and empower your workers with ArcGIS Field Maps. This streamlined mobile app, available later this month, will allow users to collect and edit data, find assets and information, plus report their real-time locations. This app will transform operations for organizations new to using mobile apps for field activities and streamline the experience for existing users.

With future releases, we will introduce workforce coordination capabilities to both web and mobile applications. ArcGIS Field Maps will include a To Do list directly within your map that will enable you to create and assign tasks. We will also include optimized routing and voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation capabilities.

Let’s take a closer look at the October launch capabilities in ArcGIS Field Maps.

Collect: Ditch outdated paper-based workflows
Paper-based field data collection paired with manual entry tends to leave field professionals with delayed, inaccurate data. This process is not only frustrating, but it’s also inefficient.

ArcGIS Field Maps will allow mobile workers to capture data from their devices with ease. When building a digital asset inventory for the first time, performing routine inspections, or doing damage assessments in support of emergency operations, Field Maps makes it easy to get the job done. Capture asset locations with ultra-high accuracy, attach photos, and fill out smart forms to make sure you don’t miss a thing.

To learn more about how you can increase efficiency, improve data accuracy, and eliminate the need for paper forms, register for our webinar on October 27.

Monitor: Make decisions at a glance
Businesses run more efficiently when decisions are data driven. That’s why a digital system with real-time visibility can improve your bottom line.

Visualizing your operations can help you promote efficiency and make decisions that support effective operations. If a rush work order comes in, for example, you can use the real-time locations of your workforce to identify the nearest team member to assign. This new level of awareness can help field managers enable collaboration to promote efficiency.

In our monitor webinar, we’ll discuss how location tracking is used to visualize patterns, gain insight, and optimize efficiency by knowing where your workers are. We’ll also discuss how ArcGIS Dashboards can support understanding by allowing you to monitor cross-department projects, visualize the status of operations, and promote efficiency.

To learn how key stakeholders can make decisions at a glance, register for our webinar on November 10.


About the author

Scott is a product manager working to make the power of geography accessible to everyone. He spends his time listening to user feedback and working to make ArcGIS Online the best darn SaaS out there.

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