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ArcGIS Field Maps Pricing


ArcGIS Field Maps is a mobile app for efficiently completing work in the field. Easily view maps, capture data, and report your location in real time, using an ArcGIS subscription. To buy a license for ArcGIS Field Maps, you must have an ArcGIS account with at least one Creator user type license. Purchase licenses for your mobile workers based on what they need to do. View pricing and talk to an Esri representative for additional support.

Field Worker

Field Maps allows mobile workers with the Field Worker user type to add, edit, and modify asset locations and information; submit new inspection reports; attach photos; and more.

Viewer

Use Field Maps with the Viewer user type to get a read-only view of maps, data, and attachments.

Frequently asked questions

How do I get the ArcGIS Field Maps app?

ArcGIS Field Maps is available on the App Store for iPads and iPhones as well as on Google Play.

Does ArcGIS Field Maps work with all user types?

The ArcGIS Field Maps app is included with the Field Worker, Creator, and GIS Professional user type licenses. These user types enable your staff to view, edit, and create map data (including attachments) as well as search and mark up your organization's maps. 

Use Field Maps with the Viewer user type to view your organization's maps.

Use Field Maps with the Editor user type to view your organization's maps and collect and edit data.

Can I edit data in the app?

Editing is supported in Field Maps for the Field Worker, Creator, and GIS Professional user types with no additional purchase. Adding Field Maps to an Editor user type license also enables data editing.

Can I work offline?

Yes, offline workflows are supported in Field Maps. Field Maps supports mobile map packages as well as offline-enabled web maps that are carried locally on mobile workers' devices, enabling full map functionality even in disconnected environments.

Can I share my organization's maps externally with ArcGIS Field Maps?

If you want to share maps with people outside your organization (third parties, contractors, agencies you work with, etc.), use the ArcGIS Publisher extension to create public map packages that can be opened in Field Maps by anyone—without needing to sign in with a named user account.

Is location tracking automatically enabled in ArcGIS Field Maps?

No. Location tracking is supported in Field Maps but is only enabled if an ArcGIS Tracker license is assigned to the mobile worker. In addition, the named user's organization must enable location tracking in its ArcGIS organizational account.

What if I need more of my mobile workforce to use ArcGIS Field Maps?

You can add new licenses at any time. The Field Worker user type license will enable the most robust capabilities in Field Maps. For more limited uses, such as viewing your organization's maps in the field, a Field Maps license can be paired with a Viewer user type license. To complete field data collection workflows, a Field Maps license can be paired with an Editor user type license. 

What if one of my users of the Field Worker user type leaves my organization?

User type licenses can be reassigned to someone else in your organization. Licenses cannot be shared; each is assigned to a single named user. The license term is fixed and not impacted by a change in named user assignment, and there is no cost associated with reassigning a user type license within your organization.