You can use Scene Viewer in ArcGIS Online to style and configure point clouds right in your browser, utilizing smart mapping drawing styles and color ramp sliders. Read the blog.
The latest ArcGIS Online update adds a new premium app, Insights for ArcGIS, the Find Centroids analysis tool; and some cool new features such as the capability to measure distances in 3D in Scene Viewer. Read the blog.
Lauren Bennett, from Esri, delves into the topic of machine learning techniques in ArcGIS. Examples include prediction, classification, and clustering. Read the blog.
In a new Learn ArcGIS lesson, you will use the Survey123 Connect for ArcGIS tool to develop and publish a form that boat captains and tour guides can use on a mobile device to collect data about humpback whales. Take the lesson.
Maps & More
Interpret and analyze imagery collected by drones and satellites, as part of a free, six-week massive open online course (MOOC), Earth Imagery at Work. Sign up soon.
Good news, geogeeks. Registration is now open for the Esri User Conference, July 9–13, 2018. Esri even offers the cool, customizable Justify Your Trip tool. Register today.
Data Appliance 6.4 for ArcGIS is now available. It plugs into your internal, secure network to deliver preloaded imagery, basemaps, and reference layers behind your firewall. Order today.
The Last Word
The Esri Developer Summit returns to Palm Springs, California, in March 2018 with the technical sessions and expertise you need to help build your geospatial apps. The event's motto says it all: By Developers. For Developers. View the agenda and register.
AppStudio for ArcGIS was used to build the US National Arboretum mobile app, which helps people find their way around the spacious gardens in Washington, DC. Visitors also can use the app to easily find memorial benches or trees. Read the story.