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GIS for Maritime Users

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ArcGIS for Maritime helps hydrographic offices create, analyze, and produce more with their data.

ArcGIS for Maritime helps hydrographic offices create, analyze, and produce more with their data.

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  • 1. Complete GIS for Maritime UsersTechnology disrupters such as mobile, cloud, and new data technology are allowing peopleto look at how they manage and use data in a whole new light. Now is the time to adoptgeographic information system (GIS) technology for your hydrographic organization.A Modern Hydrographic WorkflowArcGIS® for Maritime helps hydrographic offices create,analyze, and produce more with their data.• Establish a Marine Spatial Data Infrastructure— Help drive economic growth and collaboration by sharing more accurate administrative, biologic, and physical data with other organizations. For example share tools and data models necessary to analyze the transition zone between land and sea. Analysis of the Transition Zone off Long Beach, California• Manage a large amount of bathymetric data— Realize the full value of your bathymetric data assets by integrating it with your other hydrographic data and metadata. Store, query, derive, and serve your data.• Reduce the cost of managing your data—Storing source datasets and processing them on demand dramatically reduces the need for data duplication.Both civilian and defense hydrographic and navalorganizations can use ArcGIS for Maritime for theiroperations and data management. Expand nautical datafor more than safety of navigation. Accurately integrate ArcGIS creates products from inland to offshore navigation.seafloor mapping with water column and environmentaldata for a complete operational picture.For more information,visit esri.com/maritime. Rerouting Shipping Traffic to Avoid Whale Mortality in Stellwagen Bay, the Route into Boston, MassachusettsCopyright © 2012 Esri. All rights reserved. Esri, the Esri globe logo, ArcGIS, and esri.com are trademarks, service marks, or registeredmarks of Esri in the United States, the European Community, or certain other jurisdictions. Other companies and products or servicesmentioned herein may be trademarks, service marks, or registered marks of their respective mark owners.130259 Esri5C4/12ek

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