How to Slice ‘n Dice 10 Types of Data into Esri ArcGIS

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Discover how to easily transform and load nearly any data into ArcGIS – including CAD, Point Cloud, BIM, and Raster – by using FME. See also how to make ArcGIS data available to anyone, whether for use in another application or for simple viewing as a PDF. You'll also find out how to easily leverage ArcGIS Online's services without any coding including geocoding, drive-time polygons, and geo-enrichment.

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How to Slice ‘n Dice 10 Types of Data into Esri ArcGIS

  1. 1. How to Slice ‘n Dice 10 Types of Data into Esri ArcGIS July 31, 2013 This webinar is being recorded
  2. 2. Who Are We? Dale Lutz Co-Founder and VP of Product Development Robyn Rennie FME Desktop Support Manager @DaleAtSafe
  3. 3. Questions are Encouraged! Please submit using the GoToWebinar PanelWe will follow-up with unanswered questions
  4. 4. Agenda Introduction Safe Software Live Demos Q&A Wrap-up
  5. 5. Safe Software Inc. @SafeSoftware
  6. 6. Safe Software Inc.
  7. 7. FME – Feature Manipulation Engine FME Desktop FME Server FME Cloud This webinar is being recorded
  8. 8. Poll: What version of FME are you using?
  9. 9. Poll: What version of ArcGIS are you using?
  10. 10. Powering the flow of data 300+ supported formats Convert data from one format to another Transform data into the precise model you need Share data for use in other applications Integrate data to use in your preferred system Validate data to identify and fix quality issues
  11. 11. 300+ Supported Formats Check for your format: safe.com/formats
  12. 12. FME Workbench Workspace  400+ transformers give you unlimited flexibility
  13. 13. New to FME?  Visit our Getting Started Page: www.safe.com/fme/getting-started  Attend a weekly FME Overview webinar: safe.com/WeeklyIntro
  14. 14. Poll: What formats do you most often work with?
  15. 15. But wait, there’s more!
  16. 16. FME Training www.safe.com/training
  17. 17. Get Involved! fmepedia.safe.com @SafeSoftware youtube.com/FMEChannel blog.safe.com
  18. 18. Q&A
  19. 19. Thank You! Sales info@safe.com Support www.safe.com/support (604)501-9985 ext. 278 Dale Lutz Dal@safe.com Robyn Rennie Robyn.Rennie@safe.com This webinar is being recorded

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