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How can i tell if my license covers specific base map views?

Question asked by vwaymire on Oct 23, 2014

we purchased the following licenses and i'm not getting a good feeling we also have all the basemaps for my users.

 

  • ArcGIS Server Advanced Enterprise
  • ArcGIS Data Interoperability (Server Plug-in)
  • Spatial Analyst extension (for Desktop Client)

 

 

 

 

 

Boundaries and Places

 

1) United States National Grid
(USNG) - include Canada

2) USA Census Populated Places

3) USA Core Based Statistical
Area

4) USA Counties (Generalized)

5) USA States (Generalized)

6) World Cities

7) World Reference Overlay

 

Basemaps

 

1) World Topographic Map

2) World Street Map

3) World Imagery (with Metadata)

 

 

Demographic and Lifestyle Maps

 

1)ESRI's U.S. Updated
Demographic (2012/2017) Data including:

  • 2014 Average
    Household Income in the United States
  • 2014 Average
    Household Size in the United States
  • 2014 Diversity in
    the United States
  • 2014 Median Age in
    the United States
  • 2014 Median
    Disposable Income in the Unites States
  • 2014 Median Home
    Value in the United States
  • 2014 Median
    Household Income in the United States
  • 2014 Per Capita
    Income in the United States
  • 2014 Population
    Density for the United States
  • 2014 Unemployment
    Rate in the United States
  • 2014 USA Average
    Household Income
  • 2014 USA Average
    Household Size
  • 2014 USA Diversity
    Index
  • 2014 USA Median Age
  • 2014 USA Median
    Disposable Income
  • 2014 USA Median Home
    Value
  • 2014 USA Median
    Household Income
  • 2014 USA Per Capita
    Income
  • 2014 USA Population
    Density
  • 2014 USA
    Unemployment Rate
  • 2014-2019 Population
    Growth Rate in the United States
  • 2014-2019 USA
    Population Growth Rate

2)USA Per Capita Income

3)USA Median Household Income
(Mature Support)

3)USA Diversity Index - 2013
data

4)USA 2013-2018 Population
Annual Growth Rate

5)2014 Average Household Income
in the United States

6)2014 Diversity in the United
States

7)2014 Population Density for
the United States

8)2014-2019 Population Growth
Rate in the United States

9)Nationwide Social
Vulnerability

10)The National Map - Transportation

11)United States Physical Map *

12)USA Demographics

13)USA Federal Lands

14)USA Major Cities

15)USA NAIP Imagery

16)USA Railroads

17)USA Roads

18)USA Topo Maps

19)USA ZIP Codes (2012)

20)World Traffic Map

 

Land Cover Maps

 

1) USA Land Cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Building
    Database
    1. Height
    2. Square
      footage
    3. # Floors
    4. Typical # occupants
    5. Classification
      (Single family, multifamily, warehouse, law office, hospital, etc…)
  2. Future
    transportation infrastructure
  3. Current and
    future roadway traffic (# vehicles, type etc…)
  4. Future
    building development, venues and potential high capacity requirement areas
    1. New
      construction completion dates
  5. Current and
    future Zoning maps per city
  6. Recurring and
    seasonal event areas
  7. Current and
    future railway traffic (both commuter and goods)
  8. Urban / Rural
    Classification of counties – Mainly used by design team for limitations of
    power by FCC for 850Mhz band.
  9. New
    infrastructure /Construction permits – This will help to anticipate the growth
    of traffic.

 

 

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