ArcGIS Tracker

What's New in Tracker for ArcGIS (June 2019)

Tracker for ArcGIS is a mobile solution that enables organizations to capture the tracks of their workforce, monitor where they are, and analyze where they have been. Tracker powers a new location tracking capability that we are adding to ArcGIS and released with ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.

Track Viewer update

With the release of ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.1, we’ve updated the Track Viewer web app and it’s now available within My Esri. From the Downloads section. If you navigate to the Apps section within ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.1. you can download the v19.2.0 setup for the appropriate platform.

We’ve added a new smart rendering switch within Track Viewer that controls the quality of the tracks you see so that you only visualize high-quality track points that meet the following criteria:

The Tracker mobile app also has this capability and it’s turned on by default as well.

The 19.2.0 update for Track Viewer is only available for ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.1 and it’s not installable on previous versions of ArcGIS Enterprise.

Tracker mobile app updates

We’ve released updates to the Tracker mobile app within the iTunes App Store, Google Play, and Amazon App Store. These updates are supported with ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7, ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.1 and will be usable with the ArcGIS Online beta program (see below).

This includes an update to the dark mode basemap as well as key optimizations and bug fixes.

ArcGIS Online Beta

The new location tracking capability is coming to ArcGIS Online. In July we will start a beta program where you can unlock the location tracking capability within your organization, and we will provide Tracker mobile app licenses for you to test with. Please read this blog article for details.

About the author

Jeff Shaner is a Senior Product Lead with the software products team at Esri. With 27 years experience, Jeff is focused on delivering apps that enable users to work more productively, safely, and effectively. In his spare time, you are likely to find Jeff on the golf course or hockey rink. 


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