More Than Navigational Charts
Navigational charts are just the beginning. Your charts contain rich data with uses beyond navigation. Share all or parts of your authoritative data so that others can re-purpose it on maps, websites, and even mobile device apps.
The end result is the ability to export seamless maps from a single database. A centralized geodatabase improved data quality and cartography by reducing the inconsistencies that occurred when the maps and cells were edited individually in silos.
Reach New Customers
Respond to new customer requirements by offering data sharing services in addition to traditional products. Support open standards for data sharing.
Make Traditional Charts Faster and Maintain Them in Record Time
ArcGIS for Maritime: Charting accelerates nautical chart production. Digital and paper charts are made from the same data, reducing editing and maintenance times. Make fully compliant Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) and paper charts in minutes.
Unlock the Value of Maritime Data
Use maritime data as another data source for decision making. Easily incorporate S57 data into ArcGIS so you can see it on a map and perform analysis on it. Create ad-hoc map products, and share mashups of maritime and land data.
Optimize Your Chart Production Workflow
Reduce risks with consistent and traceable workflows. Using a data-first strategy, prevent work duplication and data losses caused by traditional workflows that start with paper charts. Save money by automating time-consuming tasks.
Empower Others with Maritime Data
With data models, interoperability, data management, and sharing capabilities, ArcGIS for Maritime: Charting is the gateway to building a maritime Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI). Use your spatial data to make better decisions about protected areas, border protections, coastal management, infrastructure investment, and emergency planning.
Who Uses ArcGIS for Maritime: Charting?
- Hydrographic offices and contractors
- Data managers
- Non-traditional chart producers
- Port authorities
- Offshore energy companies and regulators
- Maritime defense/national security agencies
- Ocean use planners and ocean scientists