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Watch this webinar to learn more about the strategic partnership between Autodesk & Esri! Check out the recording to see a sneak peak of upcoming software capabilities. Build Anything with The Science of Where! 

The Survey 123 team is testing new functionality that "allows for exporting data submitted from Survey123 into printable documents." If you want to get in on the action check out this link: The specified item was not found. 

Learn how San Fransisco's Planning Department partnered with Esri to produce a citywide (long-range planning.) With the increasing presence of 3D data for urban analytics, San Fran wanted to explore and test 3D GIS's potential to communicate concepts with an audience.

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Utility Network

Posted by RFernandes-esristaff Employee Nov 21, 2017

For all of you engineers out there, find out how you can begin to use the new Utility Network.

Esri created a new extension specifically for engineers in the electric, gas, water, sewer, and stormwater industries. It's called the ArcGIS Utility Network Management Extension and it's designed to improve the way you deliver, manage, and analyze your data.

Check out Geoff Taylor's latest blog to learn how 3D tools can support cities' flood planning process.
3D Risk Modeling Tools 

Learn how Black & Veatch is boosting productivity by using ArcGIS for AutoCAD for their design projects.