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What is Tracker?

Tracker is a mobile solution that gives organizations the power to capture the movement of their workforce in the field, monitor where they are, and analyze where they have been. Tracker gives decision-makers real-time location intelligence to support critical field activities and analyze their field operational strategies—all in ArcGIS.

What can Tracker do for you?

Know where everyone is

See where your personnel are at any time to respond to unplanned events. Be confident they are on task and deployed over the relevant area.

Detect patterns

Verify what areas were covered and others that may be neglected. Assess the integrity of grid patterns when performing map-based search operations.

Promote efficiency

Empower supervisors to view the location of their staff. Use track analysis to gain operational insights, optimize field productivity where it works,

Enable collaboration

Use track analysis to inform planning and coordination of field activities. Provide data to support collaboration and enforce operational standards.

Get the benefits of ArcGIS

Know that your track data is stored and managed in the secure and reliable ArcGIS platform, making it easy to control who has permission to view.

How does Tracker work?


Administrators and those with permission to view tracks can explore, visualize, and query tracks using the web app. With location tracking enabled, tracks are stored and managed as point features within a highly performant big data store in ArcGIS. The app records tracks even when offline and with minimal battery impact. When the day is done, the Tracker mobile app can be easily turned off by the user.

Case study

2019 Tournament of Roses Parade and Rose Bowl


The Pasadena Fire Department used Tracker for ArcGIS as part of its security strategy to keep spectators and participants safe during the festivities.

Read the case study

Let Tracker give you a real-time advantage in the field

Get location-powered data to perfect your operational strategy. Contact us to get started with Tracker for ArcGIS.