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Navigator for ArcGIS Pricing


Navigator for ArcGIS is a professional mobile navigation app that provides turn-by-turn, voice-guided directions on mobile devices that run on Android and iOS. Drivers can use the maps included in Navigator or follow routes on custom maps. Navigator is a premium app that can be added to any ArcGIS user type. Explore pricing and licensing options, or speak to an Esri representative for support. 

Pair Navigator for ArcGIS with other user types

Navigator for ArcGIS is licensed for use with new or existing Field Worker, Viewer, or Editor user types in your organization.

Create maps for use in Navigator for ArcGIS

A minimum of one GIS Professional user type in your organization is required to create maps of your organization's assets or road networks or customize Esri-provided navigation maps used in Navigator for ArcGIS.

Frequently asked questions

What if I need more of my field workforce to use Navigator for ArcGIS?

You can add new licenses at any time. If you need to enable existing users with Navigator, you can purchase Navigator as a premium app add-on to any ArcGIS user type. If you want users to have navigation plus robust capabilities, such as using multiple field data collection tools and managing their work assignments from their mobile devices, add Navigator to the Field Worker user type.

What happens when someone using a Navigator for ArcGIS license leaves my organization?

User type licenses can be reassigned to someone else in your organization, including the license to which Navigator has been added. Licenses cannot be shared; they are individually 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.

Can I provision my contractors with Navigator for ArcGIS?

Yes. For each contractor you want to provision with Navigator, you can purchase Navigator plus a user type license. Both licenses will reside in your ArcGIS organization, from which they can be managed and assigned to your contractors. You can select the user type license that best aligns with the scope of work the contractors need to perform.