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Introducing ArcGIS Earth - January 2016


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ArcGIS Earth is an interactive globe viewer that helps you explore any part of the world and work with 3D and 2D map data including KML.

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Introducing ArcGIS Earth - January 2016

  1. 1. Introducing ArcGIS Earth Chris Andrews Product Manager, 3D and ArcGIS Earth
  2. 2. ArcGIS Pro Powerful 2D/3D desktop authoring and data management 3D Analyst Rich analysis for advanced 3D workflows CityEngine Advanced editing tool for Urban Designers ArcGIS for Server Scalable 2D/3D enterprise content distribution and geoprocessing ArcGIS Online Content and services for sharing ideas in 2D and 3D ArcGIS Earth Easy-to-use 3D data exploration for Enterprise users ArcGIS Runtime Developer tools for 2D and 3D custom solutions ArcGIS Marketplace 3rd party geospatial apps and data for the enterprise 3D across the Esri product family
  3. 3. ArcGIS Earth is an interactive globe viewer that helps you explore any part of the world and work with 3D and 2D map data including KML ArcGIS Earth is…
  4. 4. Why are customers interested in ArcGIS Earth? • Need immediacy of KML or other file-based workflows • Want lightweight user interface and familiar experience • Benefit from extending the ArcGIS platform for communication to stakeholders across the enterprise
  5. 5. Example ArcGIS Earth users Field agent Needs to quickly see shared services, automatically generated shapefiles, and KML in a secure network Law Enforcement GIS Administrator Needs to deploy an app across the enterprise that provides a common experience for viewing map data in 3D Commercial Real Estate Student Needs to view and explore Living Atlas data combined with university-created data for academic projects Education
  6. 6. View basemaps and navigate the globe Add KML, shapefiles, and services Draw and measure Share and save maps Admin configuration Supports Web Mercator and WGS84 GCS 1.0 Capabilities
  7. 7. Explore basemaps in ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS Server Zoom, Pan, Orbit with mouse or keyboard Personalize navigation settings and atmosphere Navigate using the TOC Locate Points of Interest View basemaps and navigate
  8. 8. Add KML, shapefiles, and services Add KML/KMZ as files or services Add and style shapefiles Add Esri RESTful services Feature layers Map services Image services 3D Object scene layers
  9. 9. Draw and label 2D points, paths, and polygons Save drawing elements in the TOC Measure coordinate locations, path distances, and area Draw and Measure
  10. 10. Send maps by email Save map images Print maps Share and Save maps
  11. 11. Define proxy settings Set default Portal Set user profile location Configure start-up layers Configure point-based service mouse interaction Admin configuration Streetview imagery shown is a demo example of Google Streetview integration and does not imply endorsement of ArcGIS Earth or Esri by Google
  12. 12. ArcGIS Earth is free for download and use Users of ArcGIS Earth can view publicly-shared data in ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS without a Named User account Protected data in Online and Portal requires Named User access Some premium content in the Living Atlas requires a Named user account Download directly from Version 1.0 is English-only Licensing
  13. 13. • DirectX - Direct3D feature level 9_3 - Default: DirectX 11 hardware support with fallback to software rendering • Hardware requirements - CPU speed: 2.2 GHz or higher; Hyper-Threading Technology (HTT) or multicore recommended. - Processor: Intel Pentium 4, Intel Core Duo, or Xeon Processors; SSE2 minimum. - Disk space: - 50 MB install space - 1.5 GB recommended for temp disk cache space - 500 MB min swap space - Memory/RAM: 2 GB or higher. - Display: 24-bit color depth, 1024x768 or higher recommended at normal size (96 dpi). - Video/Graphics adapter: 256 MB RAM minimum, 1 GB RAM recommended; NVIDIA, ATI, and Intel chipsets supported;accelerated graphics card driver; Shader Model 4.0 minimum. System requirements Data courtesy Pictometry/PLW Modelworks
  14. 14. Product pages – Help documentation – GeoNet forum - Twitter - @ArcGISEarth More information and support
  15. 15. Thank you @_ChrisJAndrews The information contained in this work is the exclusive property of Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (Esri), and any respective copyright owners. This work is protected under United States copyright law and other international copyright treaties and conventions. Esri grants the recipient of the Esri information contained within the right to freely reproduce, redistribute, rebroadcast, and/or retransmit this information for personal, noncommercial purposes, including teaching, classroom use, scholarship, and/or research, subject to the fair use rights enumerated in sections 107 and 108 of the Copyright Act (Title 17 of the United States Code). All copies, whether in whole or in part, shall include the appropriate Esri copyright notice. Esri, ArcGIS and the Esri logo are registered trademarks of Esri.