Display georeferenced raster images in a MapView (for example, an Esri basemap if working online, or a drone photograph if working offline) as a spatially-aware canvas on which a user can click the mouse to capture a coordinate and drop a pin to mark a location of interest.
Projected (e.g. UTM) or geographic coordinate systems provide an appropriate spatial reference, whether specifying the discovery of an Egyptian scarab in an ancient room in Northern Israel to centimeter-level accuracy, or gathering harpoon blade fragments from long-dried lake beds while trekking over kilometers in the central Sahara.
Layering of maps, georeferenced drawings (“top plans”), drone photographs, and scans of published legacy material, along with controls to adjust color and transparency, let researchers compare last week’s progress to this week’s, or compare a prior excavation’s result with their own.
Map data and the latest fishing regulations are downloaded to the device for offline use, very convenient when fishing in areas where there is no phone signal coverage.
Displays the location of the user's device on the map.
User can search for lakes, rivers, fishing spots, boat launches, and other geographic places.
Cross-platform development with Qt streamlines the application building process, which means quicker time to market.
Utilizes Esri basemaps from ArcGIS Online, leveraging Esri’s hosted infrastructure.
Integrates and synthesizes the ArcGIS Platform capabilities with crucial data feeds from Department of Transportation servers and systems, supporting real-time decision making.
Story Maps provided an ideal template to tell rich narratives, community-by-community, with flexibility to add additional details and highlight trends.
The ArcGIS Python API iteratively created Journal Story Maps in real time for each community by leveraging the data resources provided through existing organizational ArcGIS Enterprise system.
DCRA was able to provide Alaska users with a regional index, a brand new product that addressed the needs of entities who work at the borough and census area scale, providing a regional Journal Story Map for each of the 19 boroughs and census areas that make up the state.
Fast@Home provides critical workflows for broadband analysis using Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS. The implementation leverages custom widgets for industry-specific use cases.
CommandX is fail-safe. When network connectivity is lost clients can continue to work without any problems. Data is synchronized when the connection returns. If service becomes unavailable, the system falls back to use backup services.
ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET provides the client features, from simple situational mapping and geoanalysis to advanced analysis such as dispersion calculation.
Mission-critical information is shared rapidly and securely with ArcGIS Enterprise, which lets users run enterprise GIS on their own infrastructure and behind firewalls.
Provides a slider for dynamically filtering watersheds based on their prioritization ranking.
Lets users compare multiple analysis results using a layer swipe widget.
Uses ArcGIS Enterprise as a system of record for water use data, and enables collaboration between citizens and water management authorities.
Integration with Operations Dashboard to provide a single operating picture for citizens and knowledge workers.
Powerful query capabilities enable users to define their spatial and metadata filter criteria to access their data of interest.
Uses an ArcGIS dynamic map service to display the data in varying projections, with Web Mercator, Arctic, and Antarctic views.
ParkEvaluator uses routing services to generate a 10-minute walkable service area around a potential park, and analyzes the population that would benefit from the new park.
ArcGIS' demographic data provides insight into the characteristics of the people that live nearby proposed park locations.
PDF reports are generated containing the map and other pertinent information.
SFPUC personnel sign into their web app using their ArcGIS Online identity (via OAuth2). Once signed in, staff can access secured inspection data that is associated with their account.
Water maintenance staff monitor service requests and inspections that are visualized on the map using Feature Layers. Inspections can be filtered by date and status to find and edit inspections of interest.
Multiple layer types are combined on the map to enable a common operating picture and continuous prediction of dangerous road conditions.
The app's pop-ups display live webcam feeds and pertinent information about the selected location.