Tham Luang Cave Rescue Maps, Labeling Connections, My Esri Space, and Text Card Survey

Blog Post created by SConnors-esristaff Employee on Jul 30, 2018

GeoNet Staff Picks of the Week


Tham Luang Cave Rescue Maps - Bernie Szukalski

See how Esri Thailand used 3D models, operational maps, topographic data, and ArcGIS Hydro tools to aid in the rescue of the soccer team and their coach. This article details various methods and provides fantastic graphics for a unique perspective of the rescue.

Read this amazing story >> and join the Cave and Karst GIS space to continue the conversation. 



How-To Tip of the Week


Labeling Your Connections

Labels are great for connecting with your immediate team, or other clusters of users with whom you frequently communicate. They save you time from having to type out individual names each time you want to contact more than one person. Learn how >>



Featured Space


My Esri

Here you can find information on usability of the My Esri application, key help documentation, updates on new functionality and fixes, and start discussions with internal resources as well as fellow community members.

Check it out >>



Featured Discussion


What is important to you for the text card? - Graham Hudgins

Help us make the text card easier to use and more powerful in ArcGIS Hub by taking a short survey or adding to the discussion. Discuss here >>





Want More GeoNet News? Want to see one of your favorite GeoNet posts? You can find the Top Trending content you are following, unanswered questions, and feature blogs in the My News located in the GeoNet navigation.


Got an idea or suggestion for future weekly updates? Comment below or contact us at



Follow @EsriGeoNet on Twitter