ArcGIS Solutions 2021 Product Roadmap

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ArcGIS Solutions 2021 Product Roadmap

ArcGIS Solutions are industry-specific configurations for ArcGIS that align with your business needs, transform your use of ArcGIS, and help you maximize the investment you are making in location-based data and technology. Our mission is to build high-value solutions that reduce the time it takes to deploy geo-enabled solutions in your organization and increase the business impact they make.

This ArcGIS Solutions Roadmap gives you a sneak peek of the capabilities we are focused on in 2021 and beyond. Near-term will be available in the first one or two releases of 2021, mid-term in the next two to three releases, and long-term capabilities are in the plan but we do not have a specific release in mind yet. We will revise this roadmap throughout the year to ensure it reflects our latest plans.

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As with any roadmap, capabilities are tentative and may evolve, be delayed, or removed from the roadmap as priorities change. The continued development or release of a solution is at the sole discretion of Esri.

Please contact us if you are interested in partnering with the ArcGIS Solutions team on any of the capabilities listed above. We value those partnerships greatly and your contributions can help the entire GIS community grow. If you would like to see us develop an ArcGIS Solution that is not currently in our portfolio or plans, please share your ideas on ArcGIS Ideas.

For more information on the latest ArcGIS Solutions release, see What's New.

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Hi @ScottOppmann 

Can you speak to the future of Parcel Value Analysis? I can't find a Product Life Cycle for Value Analysis Dashboard or Residential Comp Finder. I've looked in Configurable Web Apps and Dashboards. It appears ArcGIS Solutions do not have individual lifecycles. Maybe they mirror ArcGIS Online? 

I see that Hub has Equitable Property Value. Is this a successor to the Parcel Value Analysis package?

Residential Comp Finder has not been updated in quite some time. It still uses ArcGIS API 3.19. 

Hi @PhilLarkin1 

 

Parcel Value Analysis was actually updated recently to include the Value Analysis Dashboard and the Residential Comp Finder. 

We plan to support this solution well into the future.  Since the Residential Comp Finder has advanced filtering capabilities it has not been updated to use the 4x API, but will update it once those capabilities are available.  If you have specific requirements that you would like to share with our team, I'd be more than happy to set up a call.

Equitable Property Value is a different solution, but includes the Residential Comp Finder as well - for organizations that want to share property sales information with taxpayers. 

Chris

 

Hi @ChrisBuscaglia 

Thanks for your reply. Good to hear there is an intention to upgrade RCF past the 3.x API. 

@ScottOppmann @ChrisBuscaglia 

I am looking for a solution to keep track of our reservoir water level for the year with a draw down curve. As well as how much water our treatment plant is producing a day. I am looking for a public facing webapp like a dashboard. 

Here is all the data we are collecting. We live in a drought area and want to show citizens how we are doing water wise. 

WATERSHED  &  PRODUCTION  DATA CITY 
DATE W. F. MGD E. F.  MGD TOTAL W.& E. MGD TID FLOW MGD GENERATOR MGDTOTAL TAILRACE MGD RESERVIOR % FULL TAP FLOW MGD PLANT PRODUCTION MGD   HIGH TEMP  F LOW TEMP  F RAIN  INCHES HIGH TEMP  FLOW TEMP  FRAIN  INCHES

 

 

Do you have anything that would work for this?

 

 

@RickeyFight 

I think that we do have something that can help you manage reservoirs, and can be extended to include additional draw-down monitoring metrics.

The Water Data Management for ArcGIS Online solution includes data management workflows that enable staff to map new water assets and edit existing asset information using a web browser.

https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-solutions/reference/introduction-to-water-distribution-data-managem... 

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@HowardCrothers can provide additional information/context.

Chris

 

@RickeyFight  

Chris has got you on the right track.  I am not aware of a dashboard configuration that shows reservoir observations but did want to add a few ideas you could pursue. 

I think there are several other patterns you could explore to record and visualize the reservoir data.  You could deploy something like the vaccine distribution dashboard and use a survey to record results for each site.  Then implement join views on the backend to show the current results + historical results in a dashboard.  Another option might be mosquito surveillance.  It uses a related table to store the observations and then renders a single result (mosquito counts) in simple chart.    

 

The facility layers were removed from the 2020 address data management solution and the campus editing solution was retired in 2018. Are their any plans to have a basic facilities/campus management solution? I know the campus editing solution was replaced by ArcGIS Indoors, but that has way more functionality than we can use.

We are just looking for the old facility management that was in the old address data management solution plus the basic grounds editing that was in the campus editing solution.

@Joshua-Young 

Instead of having one single facility data management solution, we are slowly incorporating data management apps in the larger solutions they support.  For example, in Election Outreach & Election Management we include an ArcGIS Pro project that helps you manage polling places, voting centers and precincts.  We also have a Health Resource Inventory app in the Community Health Outreach solution that helps you manage hospitals and other health facilities.  You'll see this pattern play out for educational facilities, public works, and public safety facilities in the future.

At this point we don't have plans to replace the campus editing solution and do suggest you use ArcGIS Indoors.  Saying that, we are working on a Park Infrastructure Management solution right now and there is a lot of overlap with grounds on a campus.  Have tagged @ChrisBuscaglia for more details, his team is leading the Park Infrastructure work.  

Hope this helps and thanks for your feedback.

ArcGIS Solutions Roadmap - May 2021 Update

We continue to evolve the ArcGIS Solutions Roadmap as plans solidify and work continues on new, or greatly enhanced, ArcGIS Solutions.  This Roadmap gives you a sneak peek of the capabilities we are focused on in 2021 and beyond. Near-term will be available in the first one or two releases of 2021, mid-term in the next two to three releases, and long-term capabilities are in the plan but we do not have a specific release in mind yet.

We will revise this roadmap throughout the year to ensure it reflects our latest plans.  As with any roadmap, capabilities are tentative and may evolve, be delayed, or removed from the roadmap as priorities change. The continued development or release of a solution is at the sole discretion of Esri.

Please contact us if you are interested in partnering with the ArcGIS Solutions team on any of the capabilities listed above. We value those partnerships greatly and your contributions can help the entire GIS community grow. If you would like to see us develop an ArcGIS Solution that is not currently in our portfolio or plans, please share your ideas on ArcGIS Ideas.

For more information on the latest ArcGIS Solutions release, see What's New.

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ArcGIS Solutions Roadmap - September 2021 Update

We continue to evolve the ArcGIS Solutions Roadmap as plans solidify and work continues on new, or greatly enhanced, ArcGIS Solutions.  This Roadmap gives you a sneak peek of the capabilities we are focused on in late 2021 and beyond. Near-term will be available in November 2021, mid-term in the first or second releases of 2022, and long-term capabilities are in the plan but we do not have a specific release in mind yet.

We will revise this roadmap throughout the year to ensure it reflects our latest plans.  As with any roadmap, capabilities are tentative and may evolve, be delayed, or removed from the roadmap as priorities change. The continued development or release of a solution is at the sole discretion of Esri.

Please contact us if you are interested in partnering with the ArcGIS Solutions team on any of the capabilities listed above. We value those partnerships greatly and your contributions can help the entire GIS community grow. If you would like to see us develop an ArcGIS Solution that is not currently in our portfolio or plans, please share your ideas on ArcGIS Ideas.

For more information on the latest ArcGIS Solutions release, see What's New.

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Can we get an updated roadmap?

2022 ArcGIS Solutions Product Roadmap can be found here:

ArcGIS Solutions 2022 Product Roadmap (esri.com)

FYI @TedCronin 

Thank you Scott.

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