ArcGIS Bathymetry GIS enables bathymetric data management by providing an easy-to-use, scalable solution that leverages the power of ArcGIS. Its ability to support a broad range of data types, combined with the visualization and analysis tools in ArcGIS, increases the value of your bathymetry data. Bathymetry offers intuitive user interfaces and geoprocessing tools that are suitable for novice and advanced GIS users. Customized metadata streamlines data access and enables quick generation of custom bathymetric surfaces through targeted data selection and prioritization. Information can be extracted on the fly, eliminating unnecessary duplication.
What can you do with ArcGIS Bathymetry?
Release your depth data
A complete bathymetry GIS for compiling and publishing your data.
Unique and intuitive user interfaces and geoprocessing tools address the bathymetric data management needs of beginners and advanced GIS users.
ArcGIS Bathymetry allows you to visualize multiresolution and multitemporal data simultaneously for applications such as change detection analysis.
Use the Bathymetry toolbox, along with other tools in ArcGIS, to perform various analyses.
ArcGIS Bathymetry creates mosaic datasets that can be disseminated as static rasters or published as image services to be visualized on the web.
Bring bathymetric data into your GIS
Deploy a bathymetric data management system on existing ArcGIS infrastructure that already conforms to your IT security protocols.
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Port of Barcelona
ArcGIS Bathymetry fits our needs because it allows us to adhere to IHO standards. We can do analysis, create rule-based bathymetric surfaces, and make a complete model of each zone in the port.
Miguel Angel Cañestro
Responsible for Geomatic Processes, Port of Barcelona