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2019

Making Data Available Across Your Enterprise

ArcGIS for Maritime Server provides powerful maritime web services that integrate into applications such as desktop, mobile, and cloud capabilities across the enterprise. Maritime organizations use these web services for enhanced planning and decision making. Organizations can now leverage configured charting products and near-time information using apps and dashboards to efficiently improve operations and effectively share information.

Join us for a webinar on February 20th 2020. Registration is now open!!

ArcGIS for Maritime Server provides powerful maritime web services that integrate into applications such as desktop, mobile, and cloud capabilities across the enterprise. Maritime organizations use these web services for enhanced planning and decision making. Organizations can now leverage configured charting products and near-time information using apps and dashboards to efficiently improve operations and effectively share information.

 

Join us for a webinar on February 18th 2020. Registration is now open!!

 

We also have a banner advertisement about the webinar, trending on Hydro International's home page!

Esri ArcGIS for Maritime team is absolutely thrilled to announce the appointment of Rafael Ponce as Technical Consultant for the XX Meso American and Caribbean Sea Hydrographic Commission (MACHC) International Charting Coordination Working Group (MICC), mainly to advise the MACHC on the migration, production and use of S-100 data!

 

He is currently participating at the MACHC in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. 
He recently resented the relevance of hydrographic information in a Geospatial world, and what can be the future of hydrographic offices to become part of the data “nervous system” of the planet.
Various countries around the globe are discussing relevant issues and cooperation in the region.
Esri continues to be an active contributor!