Hi Max Nilsson, You can find the "Hub Annotations" layer for example by following the steps mentioned below: 1) Log-in to your ArcGIS Online Organization. 2) Click on "Content" and then on "My Organization". 3) Type in "Hub Annotations" in the search bar. Kind Regards, Dominik
Hello, I am having issues loading my Zoning District layer (Zoning Boundaries) into the Urban environment. I keep getting validation errors but there is no information as to what these errors are, and the help document does not contain any useful information for troubleshooting such an issue. As far as I know and am aware my "Zoning…(Show moreShow less)
Hello! Okay great, again I assumed so but wasn't sure. I imported from a spreadsheet and I eventually did discover the problem (an internal one) where there was a discrepancy between the source of the same dataset. Very happy for your help - thank you so much! Brian
Successful urban planners have an important mission: shape the future of urban environments by creating livable, walkable, and affordable communities. To do this, they need the most advanced 3D tools for orchestrating complex urban development life cycles. ArcGIS Urban provides everything planners need to devise effective solutions to urban…(Show moreShow less)
Hi Providence Adu (PLN), Thanks for the question. In order to use ArcGIS Urban with Mapillary imagery you need to create a Mapillary API-key (a.k.a. access token). Please also refer to the "General Settings" topic (section "Street View") of the ArcGIS Urban documentation. And as a little side note: the product is called "ArcGIS Urban" -…
Hello there, I have enabled the street view option and plugged in the Mipillary Client ID but the street view imagery doesn't show up. I am assuming it has something to do with how I have registered for client ID on the Mapillary. My question is, what should be in the Callback URL? the Urban site URL or my ArcGIS online URL? Any thoughts? Has…(Show moreShow less)
you are right the callback URL doesn't matter. I just had to drag the person to a street. Perhaps it might help to have a tool-tip because the green line didn't show up for a long time until I dragged it to a street. Thanks for your quick response, Dominik !!
Professionals in public service attended the 23rd annual Federal GIS Conference in Washington D.C. this week, all unified by the range of possibilities of how GIS can be of service to them to create a sustainable future. In the opening of the Plenary, Jack welcomed 5,000 federal, state, local, and non-governmentalPreviewHide preview
We have been collecting all the questions that we got asked a lot about ArcGIS Urban. We hope that with this collection of frequently asked questions you will find all the answers that you are looking for. And if not, please ask us anything else you are curious about here! We are looking forward to hearing from you. We have also added a bit of…(Show moreShow less)
Hello, Thanks for the quick response! This is all very helpful and informative. I really do look forward to the environmental indicators being implemented as it will be a big part of what we would like to accomplish using this application in the future. I will most definitely try the free version, which will help me with identifying even…
Featured Community Content: ArcGIS Urban Essential Skills Tutorials Are Live ArcGIS Urban released several new quick tutorials for urban planners. In this blog from Keera Morrish, see a range of available videos, including creating new projects, new building types, and creating new plans to develop your skills with ArcGIS Urban. Read: ArcGISPreviewHide preview
ArcGIS Urban users I have a question with regard to visualizing plans and projects. Is there a way to configure ArcUrban to show the actual scenarios or projects (if you have a 3D model), other than showing the small icons that indicate there is a plan or a project in a specific study area? See the attached Image. I want the plans and…(Show moreShow less)
Hey, Thanks for your question. It is intentional that in the Urban Overview only small pins indicate that there is a Plan or a Project. The Urban Overview provides, as its name says, an overview over all planning activities currently going on in a city. Therefore a simple representation of the planning activities is important. Otherwise, the…
Hi, I'm doing a spatial analysis of areas that need more green space in order to meet certain criteria: - at least 1 x 2ha in size, less than 300m from home - at least 1 x 20ha site within 20km from home - 1 x 100ha site within 5km from home - 1 x 500ha site within 10km from home - minimum 1 local nature reserve per thousand population …(Show moreShow less)
ArcUrban Users, I would like to know how to set an extent in ArcGIS Urban such that when you open the application it takes you straight to your location of interest right away other than the globe that's show in the image attached.
Hey, Thanks for your question. To set the initial view for your Urban Model, navigate to a view that suits your needs, then click the Share button in the top right corner of the screen and in the Link tab apply the Set Current As Default button - tadaa - and your new initial view is set. You might also find useful information in the "Define…