The Q4 2021 release of ArcGIS Maritime includes exciting new features and enhancements to support S-57, S-100 and S-101 specifications, the Custom Chart Builder (CCB), and Bathymetric Inland Electronic Navigational Chart (bIENC) production.
NOAA is intent on easing the transition to ENC-based products while continuing to support safe navigation. The webinar will provide information about using the NOAA Custom Chart Application to create custom charts derived from ENC data.
With the 10.9 release of ArcGIS Maritime server extension, the Custom Chart Builder (CCB), formerly known as Products On Demand (PoD), has the ability to customize symbology so that users can replace traditional S-52 ECDIS symbology with their own custom INT1 symbols.
Custom Symbology, using SVG-based symbols, is available with 10.9 CCB
With this new capability you can now generate paper nautical charts on-the-fly, directly from the latest S-57 data, while still supporting your traditional paper chart symbology.
For more information about ArcGIS Maritime server, and the Custom Chart Builder, visit us online, or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
On April 1, 2021, NOAA’s Office of Coast Survey released NOAA Custom Chart version 1.0, a dynamic map tool which enables users to create their own paper and PDF nautical charts derived from the official NOAA electronic navigational chart (NOAA ENC®), NOAA’s premier nautical chart product.
NOAA looks forward to future enhancements, which include improved compass rose placement, enhanced text labels, options for use of additional types of chart symbology, and a subscription service where users can store chart download information and download updated versions when necessary. We are also in discussions with our Print on Demand (POD) chart vendors about the ability to provide printing services of NOAA Custom Charts in the future.
NOAA Coast Survey's Chief of Marine Charting encourages navigators and others to try the new Custom Chart tool in this podcast.
This series of Esri Smart Ports webinars shows how Esri is providing new approaches, ideas and assistance to European projects whose aim is to digitize ports faster, and more efficiently, as a valuable public infrastructure in the global supply chain.
Now offered on the following dates:
April 21st at 10:00 am (Madrid CET/ GMT + 1) - Navigating towards a Port Infrastructure digital Twin.
April 29th at 10:00 am (Madrid CET/ GMT + 1) - Navigating towards Data Science Management in Ports.
May 4th at 04:00 pm (Madrid CET/ GMT + 1) - Operations Safety: Automation of Electronic Port Charts.
En esta serie de webinars Esri Smart Ports podrás ver como Esri proporciona nuevos planteamientos, ideas, asistencia a proyectos para las manifestaciones de interés sobre los fondos Europeos cuyo objetivo es digitalizar más rápido y de forma eficiente el puerto como infraestructura pública en la cadena de suministro global.
21 de Abril, 10.00: Navegando hacía el Gemelo digital de la infraestructura portuaria.
29 de Abril, 10.00: Navegando hacia la gestión del Data Science dentro del ámbito portuario.
4 de Mayo, 16:00: Seguridad en las Operaciones: Automatización de cartas electrónicas portuarias