• Esri 2019 User Conference Plenary Videos

    Esri 2019 User Conference Plenary Videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaPDDLTCmy4bC2dGacC3ZH8YnCl4x7kuB
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  • World Port Index Twenty Fifth Edition Web Map on Living Atlas

    Web Map of the World Port Index Twenty Fifth Edition is now on Living Atlas.   The Twenty-Fifth Edition of Pub 150, World Port Index gives the location, characteristics, known facilities, and available services...
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  • Smart Installations: Resetting Federal Infrastructure

    “No longer can Federal IT be seen as merely a back-office function and the management of government information relegated to a lower-level priority. Federal agencies must adapt to the modern digital world.”...
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  • Esri UC 2017 National Mapping Q&A, Key Takeaways

    Every year, in preparation for Esri’s annual User Conference, Jack Dangermond asks managers across the company to prepare Questions and Answers of concern to their user communities. We reached out to you and you...
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  • ArcGIS for Maritime Server 10.5

    Enabling hydrographic offices and inland water authorities to support new markets with S-57 datasets.   Find out what's new with the release of ArcGIS for Maritime Server 10.5   Enhancements include: Crea...
  • ArcGIS for Maritime: Server 10.4.1

      Find out what’s new with the release of ArcGIS for Maritime Server 10.4.1   Enhancements include: Added S-52 IHO ECDIS Presentation Library support for edition 4.0.1 Added support for AML 1.1.3 P...
  • Maritime Chart Service supports sustainable economic growth

    "The Marine Economic Infrastructure Programme (MEIP) Committee is a subsidiary of the MesoAmerian and Caribbean Sea Hydrographic Commission (MEIPWG-MACHC) of the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO).  TH...
  • The European Datum: A History (Part 3)

    The Central European Net (CEN ) The European datum began its life as the Central European First-Order Triangulation Adjustment (Hough, 1947) this project began in April 1945 after the U.S Third Army with the HOUGHTEAM...
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  • The European Datum: A History (Part 2)

    Introduction In Part 1 of this series we saw the setting for the development of a proto European-wide datum by the Germans. This super-National Datum was originally driven from the need of political and military power...
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  • Tree Catalog of Pro's 3D Realistic Trees by Size

    When coming to create and edit a 3D RealisticTrees layer for use in ArcGIS Pro, it's hard to know how the 3D tree will look. For that purpose, I've created a Pro Map Package (Local Scene) that will serve as a tree ca...
  • Generating discontinuous or fragmented Desktop Tile Cache

    There are some users that need  to create a cache that stores discontinuous data or data with "holes". When those users are trying to create such cache with Desktop only tools, they run into an Area of Interest ...
  • New release: Create Civilian Topographic Maps with Esri Production Mapping

    The Civilian Topographic Map (CTM) is designed to allow you to easily create civilian style 25K topographic data and maps using Esri Production Mapping.  The first release of CTM includes a geodatabase data model...
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  • New training available: Data QC with ArcGIS

    Automated data checks help organizations efficiently detect errors and ensure that data adheres to business rules and quality standards. As users of spell-check programs know, however, some errors cannot be detected b...
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  • Book Provides Progress Report on Creating Spatial Data Infrastructures in Europe

    The third edition of Building European Spatial Data Infrastructures presents an update on the efforts of the European Union (EU) to create a system for spatial data sharing among the 28 EU member nations. Building a s...
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  • Resolving the Challenges Facing National Mapping Organizations

    To address private sector competition, organizations need a strong platform to support customer needs.  While national map, chart, and data production (MAPS) organizations have long been recognized as the sourc...
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  • Back to basics: NASA explains Geodesy

    Geodesy is defined as the science of accurately measuring and understanding the Earth's geometric shape, orientation in space, and gravity field.  Or, as NASA puts it, it is the study of where you are, where you'...
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  • Explore the past with the USGS historical topographic map explorer!

    There’s something wonderfully appealing about historical maps.  Perhaps it is knowing how much work went into them – the time spent exploring and surveying, the attention required to manually draw and...
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  • Making Better Decisions With Geospatial Data

    There is a geospatial component to every decision that must be made, from the day-to-day management of our personal lives to the bigger national and international issues.  Governments often find themselves stymie...
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  • Creating National Maps with GIS and Satellite Imagery

    Geospatial advances allow users to create national maps at unprecedented scales, faster than ever before.  Esri's Mark Cygan and Dr. Kumar Navulur with Digital Globe co-authored the following article in the Earth...
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  • Esri User Conference 2014: GIS - Creating Our Future

    From 16 attendees in 1981 to more than 16,000 in 2014, Esri's international user conference continues to impress, enthuse and stimulate in equal measure. Read more here.  
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