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ArcGIS

ArcGIS for Desktop is a powerful GIS application. It allows you to manage your data, perform advanced analysis and modeling and automate workflows, and display your results on professional-quality maps.


ArcGIS for Desktop Extensions:

ArcGIS 3D Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that allows you to effectively visualize and analyze data in 3D. Using ArcGIS 3D Analyst, you can interact with 3D visualizations of geospatial data, query a surface, determine what is visible from a chosen location on a surface, create a realistic perspective image that drapes raster and vector data over a surface, and record three-dimensional navigation.

ArcGIS 3D Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that allows you to effectively visualize and analyze data in 3D. Using ArcGIS 3D Analyst, you can interact with 3D visualizations of geospatial data, query a surface, determine what is visible from a chosen location on a surface, create a realistic perspective image that drapes raster and vector data over a surface, and record three-dimensional navigation.

The sphere of application

ArcGIS 3D Analyst is widely applied by specialists in different areas of activities:

  • urban planners and developers (visualize proposed projects and to exchange opinions);
  • geologists and specialists who design mines (explore underground structures and calculate the volume of work);
  • company management (create and maintain buildings, infrastructure and utilities);
  • civil engineers (analyze building shadows, mobile phone towers and public infrastructure);
  • police and security services (get a more complete situational awareness);
  • soldiers (analyze and identify potential threats).

With ArcGIS 3D Analyst, you can:

  • Create three-dimensional views using your 2D GIS datasets;
  • Analyze three-dimensional data using cut/fill, line-of-sight and terrain modeling;
  • View your data from a global-to-local perspective;
  • Navigate through multi-resolution terrain data seamlessly;
  • Do spatial analysis in two or three dimensions;
  • Visualize modeling or analysis results in three dimensions;
  • Use three-dimensional models and symbols for realism;
  • Export your visualizations into videos.

ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that provides a powerful suite of tools for spatial data exploration and surface generation. It effectively bridges the gap between geostatistics and GIS analysis by enabling you to model spatial phenomena, assess risk and accurately predict values within your study area.

With ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst, you can create surfaces from data measurements taken over areas where collecting information for every location would be impossible or cost prohibitive. You can fully examine sample data, evaluate uncertainties, generate unique insights and create customized interpolation surfaces for more informed decision making

ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that provides a powerful suite of tools for spatial data exploration and surface generation. It effectively bridges the gap between geostatistics and GIS analysis by enabling you to model spatial phenomena, assess risk and accurately predict values within your study area.

With ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst, you can create surfaces from data measurements taken over areas where collecting information for every location would be impossible or cost prohibitive. You can fully examine sample data, evaluate uncertainties, generate unique insights and create customized interpolation surfaces for more informed decision making.


With ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst, you can:

  • Visualize, model and predict spatial relationships;
  • Link data, graphs and maps dynamically;
  • Perform deterministic and geostatistical interpolation;
  • Evaluate models and predictions probabilistically to assess risks.

ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst helps you cost-effectively probe real-world issues in:

  • Atmospheric data analysis;
  • Petroleum and mining exploration;
  • Environmental analysis;
  • Precision agriculture;
  • Fish and wildlife studies.

ArcGIS Crime Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop has been helping law enforcement agencies track crime incidents and produce density maps showing overall crime patterns. With improvements in the availability and quality of crime data in digital format and more robust GIS software, police departments have expanded the use of GIS. They are using spatial data analysis to assess crime patterns, optimize resource allocation, and improve emergency call response. ArcGIS Crime Analyst enhances spatial data analysis of crime data by supplying tools for statistical analysis. It allows to identify and highlight suspicious incidents and events that may require further investigation.

ArcGIS Crime Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop has been helping law enforcement agencies track crime incidents and produce density maps showing overall crime patterns. With improvements in the availability and quality of crime data in digital format and more robust GIS software, police departments have expanded the use of GIS. They are using spatial data analysis to assess crime patterns, optimize resource allocation, and improve emergency call response. ArcGIS Crime Analyst enhances spatial data analysis of crime data by supplying tools for statistical analysis. It allows to identify and highlight suspicious incidents and events that may require further investigation.


Toolkit module is used in the activities of services and organizations using cartographic materials that reflect the crime situation in their jurisdictions:

  • international Association of crime analysis;
  • bodies of internal affairs;
  • operational groups;
  • police forces;
  • public safety.

The key benefits

  • Identify and highlight suspicious incidents and events that may require further investigation;
  • Enhance the implementation of various policing methodologies to reduce overall crime and disorder;
  • Integrate traditional and nontraditional law enforcement data to improve overall analysis;
  • Educate the public with visual information to clarify crime concerns and enlist community action;
  • Provide tools and techniques to capture crime series and forecast future crime occurrences. 

ArcGIS Data Reviewer is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that provides a set of quality control (QC) tools to streamline spatial data quality and management tasks. Any organization that maintains spatial data infrastructures can use ArcGIS Data Reviewer to automate its quality review processes.

Data Reviewer reduces the cost, time, and manpower required to complete QC tasks and can be used by individuals, teams, or throughout the enterprise.

ArcGIS Data Reviewer is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that provides a set of quality control (QC) tools to streamline spatial data quality and management tasks. Any organization that maintains spatial data infrastructures can use ArcGIS Data Reviewer to automate its quality review processes.

Data Reviewer reduces the cost, time, and manpower required to complete QC tasks and can be used by individuals, teams, or throughout the enterprise.

The sphere of application

ArcGIS Data Reviewer is used in the organizations involved in the collection, creation, transferring and management of spatial data. Such as:

  • the federal government;
  • the organizations involved in the creation of cartographic products at the level of cities and regions (e.g., local governments in collaboration with commercial companies);
  • service and telecommunications companies;
  • the Ministry of Transport;
  • manufacturers of cartographic products for Defense;
  • national mapping agencies and others.

With ArcGIS Data Reviewer, you can:

  • Significantly reduce error-tracking time by managing data review information in a geodatabase and eliminating the paper trail associated with QC

  • Perform nearly 40 out-of-the-box checks
  • Configure unlimited checks to meet your requirements and run them individually or as a group in a batch job
  • Implement a consistent data review process by sharing batch jobs across the organization or with contractors
  • Minimize your production resources via a simplified data review process with tools for error identification, logging, correction and verification
  • Increase confidence in your data by easily and accurately performing QC tasks such as logging error and anomaly information
  • Streamline the error correction workflow across the organization by storing error properties and correction status of errors in a central location
  • Further free up resources by scheduling data checks to run at set intervals, like nightly or weekly, when people are away.

The ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap is a free, open source add-on for ArcGIS for Desktop that helps you become an active member of the growing OpenStreetMap (OSM) community. OpenStreetMap is an open and freely available database of geographic data. The ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap makes it easy for you to download OSM data, make changes to the dataset, and contribute those changes back to the entire OSM community.


The ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap is a free, open source add-on for ArcGIS for Desktop that helps you become an active member of the growing OpenStreetMap (OSM) community. OpenStreetMap is an open and freely available database of geographic data. TheArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap makes it easy for you to download OSM data, make changes to the dataset, and contribute those changes back to the entire OSM community.

The sphere of application

Module ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap can be used in almost all spheres of activity (industry, transport, medicine, housing and communal services, education, and scientific activities, sports, etc.) for different solutions that require the use of basic geographic data (e.g., navigation, coordination of operations in emergency situations, etc.).

The OSM Editor provides:

  • Simple tools to upload and download OSM data
  • An OSM-compatible geodatabase schema to locally store OSM data
  • An OSM symbology template for faster editing
  • Conflict-resolution tools for reconciling data back to the OSM database 

ArcGIS for Maritime is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that provides solving problems in the field of hydrology, oceanography and navigation to effectively manage a large volume of data, integrated workflow, and services for creation of maps and seabed models.It provides high quality of products, conduct spatial analysis in accordance with industry and organizational standards and requirements. ArcGIS for Maritime lets you publish nautical charts and bathymetry as in the traditional way and through cloud computing.


ArcGIS for Maritime is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that provides solving problems in the field of hydrology, oceanography and navigation to effectively manage a large volume of data, integrated workflow, and services for creation of maps and seabed models.It provides high quality of products, conduct spatial analysis in accordance with industry and organizational standards and requirements. ArcGIS for Maritime lets you publish nautical charts and bathymetry as in the traditional way and through cloud computing.

The sphere of application

The software solution is particularly useful for the following services and institutions:

  • national Hydrological Services and contractors; 
  • commercial map manufacturers; 
  • experts in the field of offshore wind and tidal energy; 
  • service units and the Coast Guard, National Security; 
  • oceanographers and planners using of marine areas; 
  • transport companies; 
  • experts in the field of port management, including planning dredging, monitoring, efficient operation and safety.

ArcGIS for Maritime consists of two components: Charting and Bathymetry.

Charting is a part of a complete system for managing data, products, workflows, and quality. Maritime Charting is centered on a paradigm that focuses on four main tenets: data, product, workflow, and quality management. The primary objective of Maritime Charting is to efficiently manage hydrographic information, products, and integrated workflows to generate electronic, hard-copy, and raster navigational products compliant with standards.

Key features: data management;

  • map design; 
  • organization of the maps production process; 
  • work quality control.

Bathymetry is an ArcGIS for Desktop component for managing post-processed bathymetric data and metadata. The Bathymetry Solution allows you to manage your bathymetric raster data, stored locally or on a shared network drive, which is resourced to create a composite surface model. This composite surface model can be used as a source to create 3D point data for navigational products, spatially analyze the surface with the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension, or share content over the web as an image service.

Key features: data management;

  • collaboration with metadata;
  • visualization.

ArcGIS Network Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that helps you conduct network-based spatial analysis. With ArcGIS Network Analyst, you can create applications that build multimodal routes, provide travel directions, look for closest facilities, and create service areas and origin-destination cost matrices.

ArcGIS Network Analyst helps you dynamically model realistic network conditions and solve vehicle routing problems that include turn restrictions, speed limits, height restrictions and traffic conditions at different times of the day.

ArcGIS Network Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that helps you conduct network-based spatial analysis. With ArcGIS Network Analyst, you can create applications that build multimodal routes, provide travel directions, look for closest facilities, and create service areas and origin-destination cost matrices.

ArcGIS Network Analyst helps you dynamically model realistic network conditions and solve vehicle routing problems that include turn restrictions, speed limits, height restrictions and traffic conditions at different times of the day.

The sphere of application

It is used in areas connected with the delivery of goods or people, as well as the estimation of any facilities availability for the consumer:

  • transportation services; 
  • responding to emergencies; 
  • production; 
  • management of shops, catering, medical care networks.
  •  transportation services
  • responding to emergencies
  • production
  • management of shops, catering, medical care networks.

With ArcGIS Network Analyst, you can conduct:

  • Drive-time analysis
  • Point-to-point routing
  • Fleet routing
  • Route directions
  • Service area definition
  • Optimum route analysis
  • Closest facility analysis
  • Origin-destination analysis
  • Location-allocation analysis.

ArcGIS Publisher is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that lets you easily distribute and share your GIS maps and data with anyone. Use it to create Published Map Files (PMFs) that can be viewed, explored or printed by anyone with the free ArcReader application.

ArcGIS Publisher is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that lets you easily distribute and share your GIS maps and data with anyone. Use it to create Published Map Files (PMFs) that can be viewed, explored or printed by anyone with the free ArcReader application.


With ArcGIS Publisher, you can:

  • Easily provide interactive maps to your clients;
  • Protect your maps, including cartography and data, from inappropriate use;
  • Control how your published maps are used and who uses them;
  • Create rich interactive maps that meet your clients' needs;
  • Provide efficient and controlled access to your enterprise GIS data;
  • Easily package the required data and maps for distribution;
  • Build custom map viewers for your maps.

The sphere of application:

  • Organizations that need to distribute maps within their companies/institutions;
  • Data providers that want to distribute preauthored maps with their data;
  • Government agencies that need to distribute data and maps to the public;
  • GIS programmers who want to build custom map viewers.


ArcGIS Schematics is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that allows rapid checking of network connectivity. It lets you quickly understand network architecture and shortens the decision cycle by presenting synthetic and focused views of the network.

ArcGIS Schematics gives organizations a demonstrable return on investment in diagram generation (automatic generation versus computer-aided design).

ArcGIS Schematics is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that allows rapid checking of network connectivity. It lets you quickly understand network architecture and shortens the decision cycle by presenting synthetic and focused views of the network.

ArcGIS Schematics gives organizations a demonstrable return on investment in diagram generation (automatic generation versus computer-aided design).

The sphere of application

The main applications of ArcGIS Schematics are:

  • the management of utilities companies infrastructure;
  • network design;
  • network planning (modeling, calculation, benchmarking);
  • operation, maintenance, monitoring networks;
  • marketing and commercial analysis.

With ArcGIS Schematics, you can:

  • Automatically generate schematics from complex networks;
  • Check network connectivity;
  • Perform quality control of network data;
  • Optimize network design and analysis;
  • Evaluate network forecast and planning (modeling, simulation, comparative analysis);
  • Dynamically interact with GIS through a schematic view;
  • Perform commercial and market analysis;
  • Model social networks, generate flowcharts and manage interdependence

ArcGIS Spatial Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that provides powerful tools for comprehensive, raster-based spatial modeling and analysis. Using ArcGIS Spatial Analyst, you can derive new information from your existing data, analyze spatial relationships, build spatial models and perform complex raster operations.

Self-documenting models make it easy for others to understand the spatial analysis process applied, examine what-if scenarios and compare results.

ArcGIS Spatial Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that provides powerful tools for comprehensive, raster-based spatial modeling and analysis. Using ArcGIS Spatial Analyst, you can derive new information from your existing data, analyze spatial relationships, build spatial models and perform complex raster operations.

Self-documenting models make it easy for others to understand the spatial analysis process applied, examine what-if scenarios and compare results.

The sphere of application

ArcGIS SpatialAnalyst can be used for solving problems almost in all spheres of human activity:

  • agriculturure; 
  • exploration geology; 
  • meteorology; 
  • hydrology; 
  • archeology; 
  • forestry; 
  • health; 
  • transport; 
  • construction; 
  • exploration and extraction of mineral resources; 
  • evaluation of real estate; 
  • urban governance; 
  • trade.

With ArcGIS Spatial Analyst tools, you can:

  • Find suitable locations
  • Calculate the accumulated cost of traveling from one point to another
  • Perform land-use analysis
  • Predict fire risk
  • Analyze transportation corridors
  • Determine pollution levels
  • Perform crop yield analysis
  • Determine erosion potential
  • Perform demographic analysis
  • Conduct risk assessments
  • Model and visualize crime patterns 

ArcGIS Tracking Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that enables you to create time series visualizations so you can analyze information relative to time and location. Out of a collection of specified random data, ArcGIS Tracking Analyst creates a visible path or track showing movement through space and time of the phenomena you're analyzing. You'll be able to view complex time series and spatial patterns in an integrated ArcGIS system.

ArcGIS Tracking Analyst is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that enables you to create time series visualizations so you can analyze information relative to time and location. Out of a collection of specified random data, ArcGIS Tracking Analyst creates a visible path or track showing movement through space and time of the phenomena you're analyzing. You'll be able to view complex time series and spatial patterns in an integrated ArcGIS system.


With ArcGIS Tracking Analyst, you can:

  • Visualize change over time;
  • Symbolize the age of data by color, size or shape;
  • Group and symbolize data by entity or track;
  • Interactively play back time-based data;
  • Analyze historical or real-time data;
  • Create animation files for AVI output;
  • Subscribe to Real-Time Data.

When ArcGIS Tracking Analyst is used in conjunction with Tracking Server, you can track changes in your data as they happen. You can subscribe to real-time data over the Internet from GPS and custom data feeds to support:

  • Fleet management and vehicle tracking;
  • Sensor network monitoring;
  • Emergency response;
  • Resource management.


Districting for ArcGIS is an add-on that allows you to create defined groupings of geographic data, such as census tracts, ZIP Codes, and precincts, by creating a districting plan.

Districting for ArcGIS is an add-on that allows you to create defined groupings of geographic data, such as census tracts, ZIP Codes, and precincts, by creating a districting plan.

The sphere of application

Districting for ArcGIS can be used in the municipal, state and federal government activity to make decisions, as well as statistical agencies.

With Districting for ArcGIS, you can:

  • Redraw political boundaries.
  • Set up territories to streamline sales efforts.
  • Define districts for voting, schools, and fire services.
  • Analyze statistics and data concerning population densities, housing breakdowns, income, and race.

Esri Production Mapping helps organizations that create and maintain large amounts of authoritative geospatial content to achieve economies of scale by managing and publishing consistent, constant GIS data and cartographic products on strict schedules. With Esri Production Mapping, you can provide a shared work environment for teams of any size to improve the quality and value of your geospatial data and cartographic products through standardization, repeatability, and configuration of your production processes.

Esri Production Mapping helps organizations that create and maintain large amounts of authoritative geospatial content to achieve economies of scale by managing and publishing consistent, constant GIS data and cartographic products on strict schedules. With Esri Production Mapping, you can provide a shared work environment for teams of any size to improve the quality and value of your geospatial data and cartographic products through standardization, repeatability, and configuration of your production processes.

With Esri Production Mapping, you can:

  • Generate specification-driven output through reliable, consistent processes.
  • Centralize GIS workflow creation and management to ensure consistency across operations.
  • Enhance user productivity by standardizing feature collection and validation, cartography, workflows, and data management.
  • Streamline data creation with additional templates, construction tools, and on-the-fly feature attribution and validation.
  • Implement an efficient review process by automating tasks for spatial data quality control.
  • Standardize and centralize detailed cartographic production with tools for creating and maintaining derived data, symbology, page elements, and maps.
  • Reduce time spent manually producing multi-scale products by using map automation and generalization tools.


Esri S-57 Viewer is an add-on that allows ArcGIS for Desktop users to visualize S-57 data in compliance with S-52 standards and specifications for chart content and display aspects. 

Esri S-57 Viewer is an add-on that allows ArcGIS for Desktop users to visualize S-57 data in compliance with S-52 standards and specifications for chart content and display aspects.


The sphere of application

Esri S-57 Viewer can be used by customers who want to analyze the S-57 data in ArcGIS:

  • national hydrological services and contractors; 
  • commercial map manufacturers; 
  • experts in the field of offshore wind and tidal energy; 
  • service units and the coast guard, national security; 
  • oceanographers and planners using of marine areas; 
  • transport companies; 
  • experts in the field of port management, including planning dredging, monitoring, efficient operation and safety.


With Esri S-57 Viewer, you can:

  • Visualize S-57 data using S-52 standards.
  • Query and analyze your S-57 data using various ArcGIS for Desktop commands.
  • Overlay your S-57 data with other supported ArcGIS formats.
  • Apply various S-52 properties such as Color Scheme or Safety Contour Depth.


 

Esri Geoportal Server add-ons add new levels of interoperability between geoportals and ArcGIS for Desktop or ArcGIS Explorer. There are clients for data publishing and data search and discovery.


Esri Geoportal Server add-ons add new levels of interoperability between geoportals and ArcGIS for Desktop or ArcGIS Explorer. There are clients for data publishing and data search and discovery.

The sphere of application

Geoportal Server Add-ons can be used by a wide range of customers:

  • experts in the field of environmental protection; 
  • specialists observing spatial data infrastructure; 
  • governmental and non-governmental organizations that provide information to the general public; 
  • enterprises engaged in the production of mapping; 
  • various industry organizations creating maps.

With the Geoportal extension, users can

  • Reduce time and redundancy of data production by connecting geospatial data and service producers and consumers.
  • Maintain data integrity by allowing organizations to easily share the authoritative version of data among its users ("one copy of the truth" in data).
  • Enable easy search and discovery of existing geospatial data and services by allowing users to create and post metadata records (citations describing their geospatial resources) efficiently.

Maplex for ArcGIS is an automated high-quality cartographic text placement and labeling extension for ArcGIS for Desktop that minimizes the need for manual editing. Maplex for ArcGIS gives you greater control over how labels are placed in relation to map features and other labels. This not only improves map quality but also reduces time spent editing and manipulating text.

Maplex for ArcGIS is an automated high-quality cartographic text placement and labeling extension for ArcGIS for Desktop that minimizes the need for manual editing. Maplex for ArcGIS gives you greater control over how labels are placed in relation to map features and other labels. This not only improves map quality but also reduces time spent editing and manipulating text.

The sphere of application

Maplex for ArcGIS gives you greater control over how labels are placed in relation to features and how they interact with other labels on the map. As content in your geodatabase changes, maps created with Maplex for ArcGIS will adjust to find the best placement for the new text. It can be used to create virtually any type of maps:

  • maps and atlases; 
  • road maps and atlases; 
  • topographic maps; 
  • sea ​​and air transport schemes; 
  • map utilities; 
  • maps for the oil and gas industry; 
  • geological maps; 
  • cached web-maps.

With Maplex for ArcGIS, you can:

  • Drastically reduce the time it takes to place labels exactly where you want them;
  • Create high-quality maps with text for digital or print distribution;
  • Share quality text placement by saving Maplex labels to a map document or geodatabase annotation.

WMC Client is a free extension for ArcGIS that enables you to open Web Map Context (WMC) files directly in ArcMap. WMC is an Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), Inc. specification typically used by browser-based GIS applications to save maps. 

WMC Client is a free extension for ArcGIS that enables you to open Web Map Context (WMC) files directly in ArcMap. WMC is an Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), Inc. specification typically used by browser-based GIS applications to save maps. 

The sphere of application

WMC files and WMC Client for ArcGIS can be used in many fields of human activity (government, industry, transport, medicine, housing and communal services, education, research activities, etc.) to address issues that require the active participation and cooperation with them.

With the WMC Client, you can:

  • open maps saved in the WMC format for further viewing and analysis in ArcMap;
  • register any module activity. 

ArcGIS for Server connects people with the geographic information they need. Organizations use ArcGIS for Server to create, manage and distribute secure GIS services to support Web, desktop and mobile applications. It provides you with a scalable GIS server platform that can be deployed on a single machine to support small workgroups, or distributed across multiple servers to support enterprise applications. 

ArcGIS for Server Extensions

ArcGIS 3D Analyst for Server gives you advanced three-dimensional data analysis and surface generation capabilities via Web services. The 3D extension enhances the value of advanced tools and models created with the ArcGIS 3D Analyst extension for ArcGIS for Desktop by putting them to work in repeatable enterprise applications, improving productivity and increasing data analysis capacity for your organization
ArcGIS 3D Analyst for Server gives you advanced three-dimensional data analysis and surface generation capabilities via Web services. The 3D extension enhances the value of advanced tools and models created with the ArcGIS 3D Analyst extension for ArcGIS for Desktop by putting them to work in repeatable enterprise applications, improving productivity and increasing data analysis capacity for your organization.


With this extension, you can:

  • Deploy powerful 3D analysis tools for desktop, mobile and Web applications without requiring the end user to install additional GIS software.
  • Provide sophisticated surface modeling capabilities to more people, including analysts, professional staff and decision makers, regardless of their GIS knowledge or skills.

You can deliver Web services to:

  • Analyze terrain data to determine what can be seen from one or more observation points;
  • Model subsurface features like wells, mines, groundwater and underground storage facilities;
  • Model atmospheric events and material dispersion;
  • Visualize optimum facility placement or resource location;
  • Utilize many other surface modeling techniques such as calculating slope, aspect and hillshade.

ArcGIS Data Interoperability for Server eliminate data-sharing barriers with state-of-the-art direct data access, transformation and export capabilities. ArcGIS Data Interoperability for Server supports direct read of more than 100 data formats including GML, XML, Autodesk, DWG/DXF, MapInfo MID/MIF and TAB, Oracle and Oracle Spatial, and Intergraph GeoMedia Warehouse.
ArcGIS Data Interoperability for Server eliminate data-sharing barriers with state-of-the-art direct data access, transformation and export capabilities. ArcGIS Data Interoperability for Server supports direct read of more than 100 data formats including GML, XML, Autodesk, DWG/DXF, MapInfo MID/MIF and TAB, Oracle and Oracle Spatial, and Intergraph GeoMedia Warehouse.

ArcGIS Image Extension for Server enhances the capabilities of ArcGIS for Server to manage, produce and exploit large numbers of imagery and rasters.

ArcGIS Image Extension for Server enhances the capabilities of ArcGIS for Server to manage, produce and exploit large numbers of imagery and rasters.

Image services allow remote users to use a mosaic of images for classification, to produce cutting fragments, use the mosaic as an input raster layer in ArcToolbox. Image services, based on a mosaic of images, allow users to download the selected images from the service, as well as upload your own raster data.
This module is not installed separately; it is included in ArcGIS for Server.

With this extension, you can:

  • Provide imagery access quickly after acquisition with dynamic mosaicking and on-the-fly processing.
  • Minimize data duplication while maximizing the amount of imagery products that can be created because image processing and serving have been combined.
  • Remove the reliance on static mosaics and allow users to request custom imagery with client-controllable parameters.

ArcGIS Image Extension for Server application:

ArcGIS Image Extension for Server tremendously simplifies image management by allowing users to directly publish large image collections without preprocessing.

Dynamically mosaic images in different projections, formats, locations and pixel sizes.

Fast, server-based processing enables on-the-fly creation of multiple image products from a single source.

Provide important service and image level metadata.

Use effortless distribution, serving very large volumes and numbers of rasters to a broad range of client applications.


ArcGIS Schematics for Server gives the staff and customers the ability to generate, visualize and manipulate diagrams. With ArcGIS Schematics for Server, you can deliver Web-based tools to: generate new diagrams from published data stored in a geodatabase; update existing diagrams with simple editing tools.

ArcGIS Schematics for Server gives the staff and customers the ability to generate, visualize and manipulate diagrams. With ArcGIS Schematics for Server, you can deliver Web-based tools togenerate new diagramsfrom published data stored in a geodatabase; update existing diagrams with simple editing tools.

ArcGIS Schematics for Server enhances the value of the advanced tools and models created with ArcGIS Schematics by putting them to work in repeatable enterprise applications, improving productivity and increasing data analysis capacity for your organization.

The sphere of application:

  • the utility company management; 
  • the network design; 
  • the network planning (modeling, calculation, benchmarking); 
  • the exploration, maintenance, monitoring of networks

You can deliver Web services to:

Manage physical and logical networks, including social and economic networks, and view or represent any kind of network, including electric power, traffic light, delivery route, and computer.

Enable users to automatically generate, visualize, and manipulate diagrams from network data or data that has attributes for connectivity.

ArcGIS Workflow Manager is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop and ArcGIS for Server that lets organizations develop and enforce standard, repeatable GIS workflows across the enterprise.

Workflow Manager greatly improves the efficiency of GIS operations by organizing and automating the relationships between the activities in a GIS project, including any non-GIS activities that are required. Workflow creation and management is centralized to ensure consistency across operations within the organization as well as with contractors.

ArcGIS Workflow Manager is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop and ArcGIS for Server that lets organizations develop and enforce standard, repeatable GIS workflows across the enterprise.

Workflow Manager greatly improves the efficiency of GIS operations by organizing and automating the relationships between the activities in a GIS project, including any non-GIS activities that are required. Workflow creation and management is centralized to ensure consistency across operations within the organization as well as with contractors.

The sphere of application:

  • state and public organizations; 
  • geographic data providers; 
  • mapping production enterprises; 
  • anyone that requires strict business organization and management.

With ArcGIS Workflow Manager, you can:

  • Improve user productivity by automating common activities such as geoprocessing and version management and reducing repetition of production procedures.
  • Ensure standardization and consistency across operations by quickly creating workflows using simple visual tools and centralizing workflow management.
  • Automate and simplify workflow management using out-of-the-box, user-configurable tools.
  • Integrate your GIS and other business applications by seamlessly incorporating non-GIS activities into your GIS workflows.
  • Efficiently manage a dispersed workforce and assign activities by geography.

This ArcGIS for Server extension provides a map-centric collaborative content management system that organizations can deploy within their own infrastructure (on premises or in the cloud). The ArcGIS portal is a central component of the ArcGIS platform, providing the means to easily create, organize, secure and manage geographic assets within your organization. It connects end-users with useful online GIS applications, maps and geographic data, extending the reach of your geographic information products and ArcGIS beyond GIS experts.

This ArcGIS for Server extension provides a map-centric collaborative content management system that organizations can deploy within their own infrastructure (on premises or in the cloud). The ArcGIS portal is a central component of the ArcGIS platform, providing the means to easily create, organize, secure and manage geographic assets within your organization. It connects end-users with useful online GIS applications, maps and geographic data, extending the reach of your geographic information products and ArcGIS beyond GIS experts.

Portal for ArcGIS application:

Portal for ArcGIS provides your organization with a platform for managing all of your geospatial content. It enables secure and private sharing within the organization and leverages mobile, server and desktop clients. It’s ideal if you have highly confidential and proprietary data, conduct confidential research, or have regulated data restrictions.

With Portal for ArcGIS you can:

  • Manage your organization’s geospatial content;
  • Access a set of common basemaps, tools, and Web services;
  • Create maps and apps;
  • Share maps and apps with others inside or outside the organization;
  • Register your existing ArcGIS services;
  • Form groups to collaborate on projects or common activities;
  • Extend the reach of geospatial information products in your organization.


ArcPad is mobile field mapping and data collection software designed for GIS professionals. It includes advanced GIS and GPS capabilities for capturing, editing, and displaying geographic information quickly and efficiently. Critical data can be checked in and out of a multi-user or personal geodatabase and shared across your organization.

ArcPad is part of an enterprise GIS platform and integrates directly with ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS for Server, and ArcGIS Online.

ArcPad is mobile field mapping and data collection software designed for GIS professionals. It includes advanced GIS and GPS capabilities for capturing, editing, and displaying geographic information quickly and efficiently. Critical data can be checked in and out of a multi-user or personal geodatabase and shared across your organization.

ArcPad is part of an enterprise GIS platform and integrates directly with ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS for Server, and ArcGIS Online.

Sphere of application:

ArcPad is used for spatial field data collection in the various sectors of the economy:

  • agriculture; 
  • forestry; 
  • conservation; 
  • geological surveys

With ArcPad, you can:

  • Create, edit, and analyze GIS data.
  • Use data validation from your existing geodatabase
  • Create high-quality maps on mobile devices using ArcGIS symbology and style sheets.
  • Work with different field devices, such as GPS receivers, range finders, barcode scanners, and digital cameras, with GIS data collection.
  • Easily integrate with desktop GIS technologies and incorporate field edits into a geodatabase through disconnected editing
  • Create custom mobile GIS applications and tasks with ArcPad Studio.


ArcGIS for Windows Mobile helps organizations deliver GIS capabilities and data from centralized servers to a range of mobile devices. You can use ArcGIS for Windows Mobile to deploy intuitive and productive mobile GIS applications to increase the accuracy and improve the currency of GIS data across your organization.
ArcGIS for Windows Mobile helps organizations deliver GIS capabilities and data from centralized servers to a range of mobile devices. You can use ArcGIS for Windows Mobile to deploy intuitive and productive mobile GIS applications to increase the accuracy and improve the currency of GIS data across your organization.

Sphere of application:

ArcPad is used for spatial field data collection in the various sectors of the economy:

  • agriculture; 
  • forestry; 
  • conservation; 
  • geological surveys.

Easy-to-use ArcGIS for Windows Mobile applications enable field staff that does not necessarily have any GIS experience to do:

  • Mapping.
  • Spatial query.
  • Sketching.
  • GPS integration.
  • Data editing.

ArcGIS apps for Smartphones and Tablets extend the reach of your GIS to a wider audience. These are free applications that you can download from the Apple App Store, Windows Marketplace, or Android Market. All three apps include a developer-focused SDK that you can leverage to build your own custom applications. 
ArcGIS apps for Smartphones and Tablets extend the reach of your GIS to a wider audience. These are free applications that you can download from the Apple App Store, Windows Marketplace, or Android Market. All three apps include a developer-focused SDK that you can leverage to build your own custom applications. 

Sphere of application:

  • transportation; 
  • delivery; 
  • inventory; 
  • sociology.

With ArcGIS for Smartphones and Tablets, you can:

  • Find and share maps from ArcGIS Online.
  • Use tools to search, identify, measure, and query.
  • Collect and update GIS features and attributes.
  • Perform GIS analysis by accessing geoprocessing tasks.

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