2017 DOT Year End Recap

Blog Post created by erodenberg-esristaff Employee on Dec 18, 2017

Hope the holiday season is treating everyone well.  As we get ready to turn the page on 2017 and prepare for the soon to be released ArcGIS 10.6 and the December release of ArcGIS Online (12/6). I'm planning to release a series of videos this week on technology that exists today that I think can have a major impact on how DOT's utilize the ArcGIS Platform.  I've chosen workflows that are relatively easy to set up and use Keith King's famous Lego block analogy.  If Keith has come to your DOT this year you know what I'm talking about.  For those of you who don't know.  It goes like this, Esri’s apps (Collector, Web App Builder, Survey 123, Solutions, ArcGIS Pro etc.) work great by themselves and depending on the app, they are very simple to use.  Legos are very simple, come in all different shapes and sizes and can be interconnected to form complex objects.  Just like Legos, our apps can be interconnected and can be used to build complex workflows. The videos I share this week will be based on that premise.  I'll take concepts of the platform and applications to support my explanation and build complex workflows.

Today's video shows how Distributed Collaboration can be used to share data from ArcGIS Enterprise (Portal for ArcGIS) to ArcGIS Online for use with ArcGIS Hub sharing to an Open Data Site.  Enjoy!