ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Engine

What's New in ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Engine (June 2024)

Enhance big data analysis with motion data and network analysis.

The ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Engine 1.4 release is packed with new features and capabilities to streamline your big data workflows. This update introduces a range of new SQL functions and productivity enhancements, making it easier for you to work with and analyze your big spatial data. Whether you are working in a data lake, data warehouse, or directly in ArcGIS, these enhancements bring more of Esri’s industry-leading geospatial analytics capabilities directly to your big data.

Let’s take a look at the highlights:

Dark map with colored routes ranging from yellow to red.
Rose Bowl parade tracks
Two linestrings (orange and blue) and the distance between them is a red line.
Two linestrings (orange and blue). A distance (red line) is calculated between the closest vertices in the two linestrings. The green line is the discrete Fréchet distance.

In addition, we have added two new helper utilities for insight into the datasets used for geocoding and network analysis. These utilities will assist you in configuring the parameters of the geocoding and network analysis tools to better understand the results.

A map of a city with a route highlighted in blue, featuring four stops marked with various colored diamonds. The stops are designated as A (green), B (pink), C (black), and D (red).

We update ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Engine a few times a year to bring you new features that enable spatial analytics to be a seamless part of your data science workflows. We are always looking to hear from you about the features you need to enhance your big data workflows!

For more information on the latest features, check out the product release notes. For resources on getting started, tips and tricks with various tools, and much more be sure to check out the GeoAnalytics Engine Community Site.

About the authors

Sarah Battersby

Sarah is a Product Manager for ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Engine. She has a PhD in Geography / Cognitive Science from UC Santa Barbara, and enjoys finding ways to make spatial technologies easier to use, understand, and trust.

Corinne is a Product Marketing Manager on Esri’s Spatial Analytics & Data Science team. She has a background in marketing and business analytics with experience working in the technology and geospatial industries.


Halle Martinucci

Halle is an Associate Product Marketing Manager on Esri’s Spatial Analytics & Data Science team.

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