Art Haddad and Linda Beale from Esri present a one-hour tech session on how to analyze and visualize data using Insights for ArcGIS, which was designed to quickly answer questions about your data in a user-friendly interface. “We can take advantage of the power of GIS by removing a lot of the technological complexity,” Haddad said.
View the tech session.
Watch a video about the design of Insights for ArcGIS.
Esri has just published new high-resolution aerial imagery for the continental United States, provided by the US Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency. Read the blog. View the imagery.
Esri now offers free, open-source tools to manage PlanetScope and RapidEye imagery in ArcGIS. Read the blog.
Esri hosts Introduction to ArcGIS Maps for Power BI, a free, 30-minute seminar on how to visualize tabular data on maps to gain greater insight into your information.
Watch the seminar.
Maps & More
Find out how to use ArcGIS Arcade, an expression language, to create predominance visualizations in web apps built using the ArcGIS platform. Read the blog. Watch the tech session.
More than 50 maps drawn by children appear in the new Esri book Children Map the World: Commemorating the International Map Year, Volume 4. Read the National Geographic article.
The Septentrio Altus NR2 GNSS Receiver increases data collection accuracy when using Esri's Collector for ArcGIS on Android, iOS, or Windows mobile devices. Order today.
The Last Word
In 1945, the American general Douglas MacArthur appointed Wolf Ladejinsky to implement massive land reform in war-ravaged Japan. Today, using mobile GIS apps connected to the cloud, land markets in developing economies can carry on Ladejinsky’s simple formula to enfranchise people and increase national revenue. Read the blog.
Maps, satellite imagery, photos, and graphics are combined in an Esri Story Map Journal app to tell the hair-raising and haunting stories of 12 abandoned islands around the world. The islands include Bikini Atoll, Poveglia, and Clipperton Island.
See the story map.