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Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
Esri Mobility Basics 2013
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  • 1. Stuck in the office…take a field tripWelcome
  • 2. Agenda07h00 onwards10h30 - 11h00Stuck in the office…take a field tripEsri Mobile Solutions, Mobile basicsPieter / DeonMobile basics Pieter / Deon12h30 - 13h3013h30 - 15h00Presetation and practical on L1 and devicesRussell (Optron)15h00 - 15h3015h30 - 17h00Presetation and practical on L1 and devicesRussell (Optron)17h00 - onwards11h00 - 12h3009h00 - 10h30Hands-on Training
  • 3. AgendaDay 2: Thursday 9 May07h00 onwards08h30 - 9h30 Ian (Leica Geosystems)09h30- 10h30 Ian (Leica Geosystems)10h30 - 11h00Ian (Leica Geosystems)Ian (Leica Geosystems)12h30 - 13h30Ian (Leica Geosystems)Francois15h00 - 15h30FrancoisFrancois13h30 - 15h00Hands-on Training11h00 - 12h3015h30 - 17h00
  • 4. Pieter van JaarsveldEsri South AfricaMobile Basics
  • 5. • Current Scenario – Set the Scene• Mobile Options− Software available− Hardware available• Integration• Way ForwardAgenda
  • 6. Get feedback andmake informeddecisionsCitizenEngagementPatterns of a Complete GISDataManagementFieldMobilityPlanning &AnalysisVisualisationCollect, organise& exchange dataGet informationInto and out of thefieldTransform datainto actionableinformationDisseminateknowledge where& when it’sneededAddresses common organizational needsA Complete Integrated SystemMobile Solutions That Fit Your Enterprise..
  • 7. What Is Field Mobility?Extends the reach of ArcGIS from the office to the field• With a mobile solution you can− Carry your maps to the field− Collect and Update Geographic Information− Track and Geo-collaborate− Simplifying the data workflow− Enabling fieldworkersIt’s all about GIS….
  • 8. Providing a New Architecture1960’s 1980’s 1990’s 2000’s 2010’s1970’sMainframeMini computerWork StationDesktopClient/ServerWeb ServerPlatformMobility Technologies are EvolvingPocketPCWindows CEWindows Mobile 4.0Windows EmbeddediOS, Android, WPSymbianRIMEsri ArcGIS
  • 9. Field Mobility• Mobile Evolution− Decade− Network− Battle of the OSs− Social Media orientation• History – ArcGIS Mobile− 5th edition• Growing Pains− New Mobile Platforms• iOS, Droid…etc− New App Designs• Social Media− New APIs and SDKs• Run…ArcGIS 9.3ArcGIS 9.3.1ArcGIS 10ArcGIS 10.1.1Source: Gartner Feb 2013
  • 10. Mobility OptionsWhat software do I need…??Professional Grade Consumer Grade• Accurate GPS Positions• Strict Workflow Centric• Mapping Centric• Intense Enterprise Productivity• Require On/ Offline capability• Urban/ Rural Deployments• Large Work Forces• Enterprise Integration• Skilled resources• High degree of GIS Knowledge• Expensive Equipment• Data Capture and Maintenance• Accurate GPS Location• Location Services• Ad Hoc Workflow• Information Requirement• Standalone implementation• Less GIS Experience• No GIS Back Office• Multimedia oriented• Smartphones & Tablets• Common Operating Picture• Crowd Sourcing• Virtual Geographic Information
  • 11. Software OptionsEasily configured and deployedConfigurable COTS API applications and Native ArcGIS Runtime SDKsWindowsPhoneApplications• ArcGISRuntime SDK• SilverlightiOS AndroidApplications• ArcGISRuntime SDK• Objective CApplications• ArcGISRuntime SDK• JavaConsumer GradeSmartphones and TabletsONLINE ONLYWindowsMobileWindows ArcPadApplications• ArcGISRuntime SDK• .NETApplications• ArcGIS Explorer*ArcGISRuntime SDK• WPF, JavaApplications• ArcPadArcPad Studio• Java & VB ScriptProfessional GradeWindows and Windows MobileOFFLINE AND ONLINE
  • 12. ArcPad• Map-centric and Windows-based fieldmapping and data collection application forGIS professionals.• Advanced GIS capabilitieswhich support ad-hoc datacollection.• GPS integration to facilitatepost-processing.• Supports related tables.ArcPad increases data accuracy and improves fieldproductivity
  • 13. ArcGIS for Windows Mobile• Task-driven mobile GIS application forWindows Mobile and Windows tabletdevices.• Central management, configuration, anddeployment of apps and projects.• Synchronizes GIS informationfrom server and desktop clients.• Includes a .NET SDK forbuilding custom applications.− ArcGIS for Windows− ArcGIS for TabletProvides an accurate, reliable, common operatingpicture for staff
  • 14. Apps for Smartphones and Tablets• Collector for ArcGIS improves yourproductivity with intuitive data collection. Itsdesigned specifically for iPhone and Androidsmartphones.− Capture, update, and report spatial and tabularinformation directly from your Android or Appledevice.− Plan routes and get directions.− Improve your data quality with data-driven forms.− Capture photos and video.− Integrate information into your organizationsGIS.− Configure the app to fit your organization’sworkflow.Collector App
  • 15. Apps for Smartphones and Tablets• The ArcGIS App is a part of the ArcGISplatform and is a great way to• Discover and share content by browsingmap galleries from ArcGIS Online orleverage services from your existingenterprise GIS.• Collect, edit, and update features andattributes.• Use tools to search, identify, measure,and query.• Develop a custom application or brandyour own application specific to yourbusiness needs.ArcGIS App
  • 16. Apps for Smartphones and Tablets• The Windows 8 app provides a preview of features that integrate thenew touch-centric view of Windows 8 and Windows RT with theArcGIS Online mapping platform. With this app, you can explore agallery of compelling maps that showcase relevant demographic,historical, and environmental topics.− View and search a preset gallery of featured maps− Navigate a map, access map content, and search for places within themap view− Tap to discover information in the map and view results− Change layer visibility and opacity− Switch between a variety of basemaps− Use bookmarks to quickly access areas of interest− Easily measure areas and distance− Pin a map to the Start screen− Quickly print a mapWindows 8 App
  • 17. ArcGIS Runtime• ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS• ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android• ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Windows PhoneArcGIS Runtime provides a set of development tools to rapidly buildmapping and GIS applications for deployment onto Windows, Linux,and various mobile platforms. The SDKs enables you to integratemaps and geoprocessing models to create rich applications
  • 18. ArcPad• RegistrationNumber• Licensed perdevice• Install on PC &Device• Windows andWindowsMobileArcGIS forWindows Mobile• DocumentLicense• 1 License perDesktop• Unlimited withArcGIS forServerEnterpriseAdvance• Windows andWindowsMobileSmartphones• FreeLicensing
  • 19. Mobility OptionsWhat Hardware do I need…??Professional Grade Consumer Grade• Accurate GPS Positions• Ruggedness• Water, Dust and Shock proof• Connectivity Services• WiFi• BT• 3G• Integrated Addons• Camera• Scanners• Distance Meters• Platform• Keypad, OS, Screen etc..• Accurate GPS Location• Location Services• Ad Hoc Workflow• Information Requirement• Standalone implementation• Less GIS Experience• No GIS Back Office• Multimedia oriented• Smartphones & Tablets• Common Operating Picture• Crowd Sourcing• Virtual Geographic Information
  • 20. Mobility OptionsProfessionalGradeConsumerGradeWhat Hardware do I need…??
  • 21. The way forward
  • 22. Mobile content are the New MediumProviding Intelligent Maps to Everyone …. The 99%!DesktopsTabletsSmartphonesWebsitesAny Device AnywhereBrowsersSocial MediaWeb ServicesWeb MapSupporting Visualization,Query, Editing, and AnalysisMaking Dynamic Geographic Information Available AnywhereDynamic
  • 23. Providing Transformational OpportunitiesCloud/OnlineServerDevicesDesktopWebContentA New Architecture Enables GIS as a PlatformEasier and Cloud-Enabled
  • 24. GIS Integration - ArcGIS OnlineThe creation of Web Maps requires a Global IDCreate and Collaborate on Maps and Apps• ArcGIS Online− Login− My Content• Create and share maps• Contribute your content• Join and create groups− Gallery− Map Viewer• ArcGIS Explorer Online− Creation of Maps, Apps and Presentation
  • 25. Battle of the OSs
  • 26. Discussion

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