Tuesday, 24 January 2017
ArcGIS 10.5 is a big release; arguably one of our biggest. In fact, we’ve introduced new server capabilities so big they inspired us to change the name of the whole ArcGIS for Server product family.
Analytics and sharing are at the heart of this release. A new app that changes the way you experience spatial analytics and the expansion of how you can share content using Web GIS are just two of the features that have us so excited about this release.
ArcGIS for Server is software that makes your geographic information available to others in your organization and optionally anyone with an Internet connection. This is accomplished through web services, which allow a powerful server computer to receive and process requests for information sent by other devices. ArcGIS for Server opens your GIS to tablets, smartphones, laptops, desktop workstations, and any other devices that can connect to web services.
Sunday, 16 October 2016
Release Date: June 14, 2016
ERDAS IMAGINE 2016 is a 64-bit, full release product that includes all three tiers of ERDAS IMAGINE, IMAGINE Photogrammetry, ERDAS ER Mapper, and most associated add-ons. ERDAS IMAGINE performs advanced remote sensing analysis and spatial modeling to create new information that lets you visualize your results in 2D, 3D and on cartographic-quality map compositions. Optional add-on modules provide specialized functionalities.
Monday, 3 October 2016
Monday, 19 September 2016
ArcGIS 10.4 is a full release of the ArcGIS platform. It includes enhanced functionality, stability improvements, and better support for connectivity, security, and enterprise readiness.
ArcGIS 10.3 introduces several new products. Portal for ArcGIS is now a core product that you deploy on your internal network to share maps, applications, and other geographic information with other members of your organization.
Wednesday, 14 September 2016
ArcGIS Server is the core server geographic information system (GIS) software made by Esri. ArcGIS Server is used for creating and managing GIS Web services, applications, and data. ArcGIS Server is typically deployed on-premises within the organization’s service-oriented architecture (SOA) or off-premises in a cloud computing environment.