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Presenting the full agenda for ArcGIS Workflow Manager to help you navigate through our various sessions, this Virtual UC 2020!

 

*Please register as a full-access attendee to watch sessions and participate in the virtual expo at Esri UC 2020!

 

LIVE Technical Workshop:

 

Session ID:

10622

Wednesday July 15th

02:50 pm - 03:50 pm

ArcGIS Workflow Manager: What’s New

The new ArcGIS Workflow Manager Server offers capabilities to help organizations become more productive across ArcGIS. Learn about the new web and desktop experiences, and how quickly you can build your business process into automated workflows to reduce repetitive manual effort and assist with completing GIS and non-GIS work in your organization. We will also compare the capabilities, requirements, use cases, and limitations with the Classic version.

 

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Use the following Booth IDs to Chat or Schedule a Meeting with an Expert

ArcGIS Workflow Manager - SH-40-02

https://uc2020.esri.com/showcase/11EABB19F43B87A0BBECFFE2B98480AC/Spatial-Data-Management/11EABB19E6C52E00960AAFDA20A63460/ArcGIS-Workflow-Manager

 

ArcGIS Workflow Manager QuickLinks:

 

See you there!

ArcGIS Workflow Manager News!!!
As we finish the first release of our new service based architecture at 10.8.1, we are also putting the final touches on our plan for Release 2 - in Q1 of 2021
The focus will be on ArcGIS Pro workflows for data editing and maintenance, but will also include enhancements to our web presence.
Please fill in our quick survey https://arcg.is/qSHev0 !!
This will help us know what you need the most to be successful with ArcGIS Workflow Manager.
Thank you!
The Esri Federal GIS Conference 2020 saw more than 5,000 attendees from across government agencies in Washington, DC. Symposiums and demos showcased government agencies using GIS to power deeper understanding for effective solutions.
ArcGIS Workflow Manager Product Owner, Michael Broadbent, and Technical Lead Kevin Bedel presented a comprehensive introduction of the exciting things to come!
The response to our earlier abbreviated 6 minute overview video of the New 10.8.1 ArcGIS Workflow Manager Server and web app was so positive that we decided to record and distribute the full length FedGIS overview for additional context!!
 
Take a deeper dive into the technology, and our roadmap for the future!

The Open Map step has been renamed to Open Pro Project Items and now includes additional step arguments.

The Open Tasks step has been renamed to Import Task.

The Launch ArcMap step has been renamed to Import/Launch Mapping Items and allows layouts to be configured as templates and alternative maps.

The Edit Extended Properties step has been updated to allow you to add new values for related properties.

 

 

The comprehensive YouTube video is out for your perusal, and our help is now available at your fingertips!

The City of Los Angeles Department of City Planning has simplified this process with Esri’s job tracking system, ArcGIS Workflow Manager. For more than ten years, the planning department has used Workflow Manager to simplify database editing and ensure data quality.

Read more about this success story on our ArcGIS Blog!

Learn how to configure ArcGIS Workflow Manager to automate and simplify GIS and non-GIS work. This course prepares you to deploy standardized, centralized, and repeatable workflows to drive efficiencies in business processes and data production.

 

Register here!

Jon Butts, OS Project Manager, said: “This is the first fully automated product derived from large scale source data. It has taken a huge amount of effort and persistence from around the business to achieve this long-held aspiration of OS, which is shared by many National Mapping Agencies around the world."

 

In April 2017 a cross-business project team from Ordnance Survey (OS) started work to fully automate the map production of OS VectorMap Local.

 

On 18 October 2018 the new automated derived version of OS VectorMap Local, which is a world leading first by OS, was released to customers!  

 

The team delivered a fully automated map production process solution utilising range of the latest technologies, including Esri ModelBuilder and Python for geo-processing, Esri ArcGIS for publication of map images, as well as end-to-end system orchestration delivered by Workflow Manager.

 

Read more on our success story!