Esri Ireland "ArcGIS - The Platform Story" Roadmap Session - Eamonn Doyle, Esri Ireland

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These slides are from a series of presentations during Esri Ireland's "ArcGIS - The Platform Story" Road Shows that took place in Belfast and Dublin in March 2014.

The evolution of ArcGIS to the geospatial platform it is today is bringing about transformational change to organisations by helping to break down the barriers between workflows, processes departments, and disciplines. Sharing data and collaboration using geographic information have now become much quicker and simpler.

Hear from our CTO & Esri Evangelist Eamonn Doyle on how customers are using the Esri Platform in their organisations and Esri's plans for the future of the platform.

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Esri Ireland "ArcGIS - The Platform Story" Roadmap Session - Eamonn Doyle, Esri Ireland

  1. 1. Eamonn Doyle ArcGIS Platform Roadmap 2014
  2. 2. Confidentiality Agreement  Development plans are, by their nature, subject to change. ESRI reserves the right to modify development plans without prior notice  The enclosed information is confidential and is provided for xxxx internal use only. It should not be distributed to any 3rd party (including partners or sub-contractors) without prior written permission from ESRI UK
  3. 3. Overview  The ArcGIS platform and commitment  ArcGIS development drivers  Approach to release schedules  Scheduled releases  Long term roadmap  Vision
  4. 4. The ArcGIS Platform and Commitment  The ArcGIS platform is a complete system for designing and managing solutions using geographic knowledge. It allows you to perform deep analysis, gain a greater understanding of your data, and make more informed decisions.  Esri are committed to the continued development of the ArcGIS platform. We seek to advance GIS functionality and encourage individuals in many fields to share, connect, and integrate efforts to manage our world.  The ArcGIS platform aims to deliver updates three times a year. With every ArcGIS update, we incorporate fixes but also enhancements and even new features and concepts.  A robust Product Life Cycle Support Policy is utilised to help communicate to Esri users the technical support resources available during a product's life span. 5
  5. 5. The ArcGIS Platform Applications API SDKAPI’s and Device SDK’s PORTAL AGOL Application and Content Management GLOBAL LOCAL CLOUD PREMISE Content Infrastructure
  6. 6. The ArcGIS Platform
  7. 7. Development drivers 1. End users  Ideas.esri.com  Existing user base  User groups 2. GIS understanding  Improve spatial science  Proliferate spatial literacy  Build GIS community 3. Technology advances  Maximise improvements in technology platforms  Keep abreast with computing and information management changes 8 4. Enterprise readiness  Cloud support  Integration and interoperability  Standards support  Scalability and security 5. GIS ubiquity  Open up GIS to everyone  Develop GIS as a universal platform  Make geographic information pervasive  Open standards 6. System unification  Integrated, cohesive product set
  8. 8. Release schedules  The ArcGIS Platform is updated on a regular basis, typically three system releases per year  Releases are staggered across products  Current and planned up coming releases:  Q1 2014 10.2.1  Q1/Q2 2014 10.2.2  Q3 2014 10.3 9
  9. 9. Release schedules  The ArcGIS Platform is updated on a regular basis, typically three system releases per year  Releases are staggered across products  Current and planned up coming releases:  Q1 2014 10.2.1  Q1/Q2 2014 10.2.2  Q3 2014 10.3 10
  10. 10. Product Lifecycle  The life cycle of Esri's software products, online services, and data products has four phases:  General Support  Extended Support  Mature Support  Retired  For further info see http://support.esri.com/en/content/productlifecycles 11
  11. 11. Roadmap: Apps
  12. 12. Roadmap: ArcGIS Pro  New “professional desktop” App  64 bit, multi-threaded high performance design  Integrated 2D/3D  Web Services architecture  Virtualisation Ready  3D Editing  CityEngine Integration  New graphics pipeline (Direct X, Open GL4.4)  New “Ribbon Interface”  Python 3 included  .NET SDK  Licenced with ArcGIS for Desktop  Named User Model  Public Beta Q2  Q3/4 Release  Future  Facilities Network  Topologies 13
  13. 13. Roadmap: WebApp Builder  New JS based Builder & Viewer Templates  March/April Public Beta  Mid-summer Release  Future  Q3 3D Support  Additional Widgets  Additional Themes 14
  14. 14. Current: Collector 10.2.2  Android and iOS (Phone & Tablet)  Offline field data collection  View and edit data  Operational layers (Hosted and on-premises)  Basemaps (Esri and customer)  Measure distances and areas  View popups and media  Collect and update features  Synchronize changes between field and office 15
  15. 15. Roadmap: Collector  Sometimes connected to support continued map use regardless of connectivity  More tools for planning offline field operations  Pre-planned workflows  Smarter data collection forms, related tables  Ability to search data, pre-defined queries  Data collection with offsets  Ad-hoc collection support  Integration of peripherals (laser range finders, barcode scanners, etc.)  Offline routing and geocoding 16
  16. 16. Current: Operations Dashboard 10.2.2  HTML5 Viewer  Author in Desktop View in Browser  Support for Dynamic Map Services  Additional Selection Methods 17
  17. 17. Roadmap: Operations Dashboard  New, unified extensibility framework for developers, partners  Standalone and Related Tables to power widgets  Spatial filtering of operation view (extent, map selection)  Spatial Selection tools (Buffer, Drive Time)  Sketching and Sharing the map 18
  18. 18. Roadmap: Explorer for ArcGIS  New App - Tablet Target  Discover, search, explore and use data  Share and collaborate  Brief stakeholders  Intuitive user experience  No GIS experience required  Future  Android, Mac, Windows  Web Map editing/creation  Time Awareness  Offline Support  3D, Directions, Analysis 19
  19. 19. Roadmap: Esri Maps for x Esri Maps for SharePoint December 2, 3013: Esri Maps for SharePoint 4.0 Beta-1. March 2014: 4.0 Beta-2 planned. Q3 2014: Esri Maps for SharePoint 4.0 expected. Esri Maps for Office Early March 2014: Esri Maps for Office 2.1.3 release planned. Q1 2014: 3.0 Beta planned. Q3 2014: 3.0 Beta planned. Esri Maps for IBM Cognos July 2014: Esri Maps for IBM Cognos (Next) expected. Esri Maps for MicroStrategy January 28, 2014: Esri Maps for MicroStrategy 1.1 Web & Mobile released. July 2014: Esri Maps for MicroStrategy (Next) expected. Esri Maps for SAP BusinessObjects January 30, 2014: Esri Maps for SAP BusinessObjects 1.0 released. July 2014: Esri Maps for SAP BusinessObjects (Next) expected. Esri Maps for Dynamics CRM February 2014: Esri Maps for Dynamics CRM 1.0.1 release planned. Esri Maps for Salesforce December 2013: Esri Maps for Salesforce 1.0 (private) Beta-1 released. Q2 2014: Esri Maps for Salesforce 1.0 release planned. July 2014: Esri Maps for Salesforce 1.0 release planned
  20. 20. Roadmap: ArcGIS for Open Data  New “open data” App  Hosted  Custom Branding  Search and Discovery  Data exploration and filterin  Common format data download  Subscribe to Search  Individual Feature Pages  Web 2.0 Style  Sustainable workflows and maintenance 21  April Public Beta  Q3 Release  Included with ArcGIS Online Subscription
  21. 21. Roadmap: ArcGIS for Open Data  Futures (Q2/3)  ImageServices, Tabular Data, Content  Improved Metadata  Feedback Annotations  OGC WFS/WMS  Usage analytics  Map Styling  Charts  Simple Analysis Capabilities 22
  22. 22. Roadmap: API’s
  23. 23. Roadmap: WebAPI’s ArcGIS Web APIs ArcGIS API for JavaScript Version 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Download 4/08/2013 5/30/2013 08/06/2013 09/27/2013 01/02/2014 ArcGIS API for Flex Version 3.4 3.5 3.6 Download 7/03/2013 9/27/2013 12/17/2013 ArcGIS Viewer for Flex Version 3.4 3.5 3.6 Download 7/03/2013 9/27/2013 12/17/2013 ArcGIS API for Silverlight Version 3.2 Download 12/06/2013 ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight Version 3.2 3.3 Download 12/09/2013 TBD Note: Development effort will focus on JavaScript/HTML5 (WebApp Builder) Flex and Silverlight API’s and Viewer will go into maintenance mode. Flex API will join Flex Viewer in Open Source (Apache II Licence)
  24. 24. Roadmap: RunTime SDK’s ArcGIS Runtime SDKs 10.1.1 10.2 10.2.2 ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS 01/08/2013 10/29/2013 10.2 Update 1 – January 2014 Q1 2014 ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android 01/16/2013 10/29/2013 Q1 2014 ArcGIS Runtime SDK for WPF 01/17/2013 11/04/2013 Q1 2014 ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java (Windows and Linux) 01/17/2013 11/05/2013 Q1 2014 ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt n/a 11/05/2013 Q1 2014 ArcGIS Runtime SDK for OS X n/a 10/29/2013 Q1 2014 10.2.1 private Beta/ Public Beta 10.3 ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET  Windows Phone  Windows Store  Windows Desktop Q3 2013/Q1 2014 Q3 2014
  25. 25. Current: RunTime 10.2.2  Work offline with data  Offline basemaps (Esri, Customer)  Operational layers  Edit, sync  Related tables  Places and Directions (Customer)  Better resources and licensing  Easier to get started  Common licensing and deployment  Organizational account unlocks standard 26
  26. 26. Roadmap: RunTime  More offline  Versioned data  Take maps offline  Direct read of raster and vector data  3D  Modular deployments  New platforms and SDKs  Qt cross platform SDK  Extensible data formats  Vector basemaps 27
  27. 27. Roadmap: Content
  28. 28. Content ArcGIS FLOODS HOUSING PROPERTY WEATHER PYLONS PLANNING POPULATION WATER POLLUTION HERITAGE LANDSCAPE AGRICULTURE TOURISM SCHOOLS TRANSPORT FORESTRY MAPPING IMAGERY HEALTH FISHERIES GEOLOGY SOILS TRAFFIC AIR QUALITY PURCHASING POWER DEPRIVATION
  29. 29. Current: Digital Globe
  30. 30. Current: Digital Globe
  31. 31. Roadmap: Digital Globe
  32. 32. Roadmap: Infrastructure
  33. 33. Roadmap: ArcGIS for Server  Current Release (10.2.2)  April Release  Maintenance Release only  Substantial performance improvements to Web Adaptor & Catalog  Minor Security protocol changes  Next Release (10.3)  Q3 2014  New Service Types  3D Service  Vector Tiles 34
  34. 34. Current release ArcGIS Online (Dec Release)  Custom locators from ArcGIS Server  Support for point rotation, normalization and point over polygon and line size  Configure default map units for scalebar, measure, directions and analysis  Collector (10.2)  Capture lines and polygons  Dedicated tablet experience  Capture live stream of data  Operations Dashboard (10.2)  Widget enhancements  Portal for ArcGIS integration 35
  35. 35. Current: ArcGIS Online  ArcGIS Online March Release (March 2014)  Additional Analysis Functions  Derive New Locations  Find Similar  Plan Routes  Connect Origins To Destinations  Ablity to use KML as input  Custom roles for ArcGIS Online to manage specific functions for different users  Additional web app templates (Finder, Filter, Summarise)  Support for interactive geocode rematching 36
  36. 36. Roadmap: ArcGIS Online Enterprise Cloud  Backup and restore for ArcGIS Online  Choose to backup config only or include data  Allows roll back in the event of problem  Formal metadata  Building geoprocessing model online 37
  37. 37. Longer term themes
  38. 38. Longer term themes 3D  Support for 3D viewing on mobile devices  ArcGIS Runtime SDKs  Explorer for ArcGIS  ArcGIS Online Web Scene – a web map but with 3D  Improved desktop 3D capabilities through ArcGIS Professional  New 3D/2D graphics engine  Integrated 3D/2D experience  3D Representations based on procedural technology  Create and Publish 3D web scenes  Global 3D basemap  Scene services which support publishing of spatially indexed, 3D- enabled data 39
  39. 39. Longer term themes Usability  JavaScript Web App Builder  Build JavaScript web applications through simple wizard driven interface  Non-developer target audience  Run locally or publish as AGOL template  ArcGIS Online  Organisational tags  Define organisation wide tags to improve searching  Combining locators for custom search  Enhanced usage tracking for apps and by user 40
  40. 40. Longer term themes Performance  Modular deployment - deploy only elements of API required  ArcGIS Runtime SDKs  JS API Web Optimizer for the JavaScript API  Vector basemap support  Stream services  No need for persistent data store  Stream data to client to handle  High capacity with high availability and cluster processing 41
  41. 41. Longer term themes Offline  Collector  Disconnected routing and addressing  Additional work-flows:  Pre-planned to allow administrators to define offline work areas  Sometimes connected to support continued map use regardless of connectivity Enterprise Cloud  Backup and restore for ArcGIS Online  Choose to backup config only or include data  Allows roll back in the event of problem  Formal metadata  Building geoprocessing model online 42
  42. 42. Vision
  43. 43. Research and Development  Esri generally allocates 20% of it annual revenues to R&D, this supports an on-going development program with the following broad aims:  Developing a comprehensive online and offline GIS platform that supports business in solving their problems using the geographic approach  Expanding ready to use content and services  Improved integration and development tools  Delivery of GIS capability directly into business applications  Improving ease of use  Improved performance and scalability  Security integration and ongoing  Delivering high-end GIS to the web  Appliance of GIS science to business problems 44
  44. 44. @EsriIreland linkedin.com/company/Esri-Ireland facebook.com/EsriIreland Google+ Esri Ireland youtube.com/user/EsriIreland blog.esri-ireland.ie Esri Ireland Block B, Ashtown Gate, Navan Road, Dublin 15 T +353 (0)1 8693900 T +0044(0)2890 730165 (NI) www.esri-ireland.ie Eamonn Doyle, CTO

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