What's Coming At ArcGIS 10.1 - CSRA GIS User Group Meeting


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What's Coming At ArcGIS 10.1 - CSRA GIS User Group Meeting

  1. 1. What’s Coming At ArcGIS 10.1<br />CSRA GIS Users Group Meeting<br />October 4, 2011<br />Jim Tochterman, VP – Research & Development<br />www.bcs-gis.com<br />www.facebook.com/bcsgis<br />www.twitter.com/bcsgis<br />
  2. 2. First and Foremost…<br />Name Changes<br />Everything is ArcGIS now!<br />ArcGIS for Desktop (Advanced, Standard, Basic)<br />ArcGIS for Server<br />ArcGIS for Mobile<br />ArcGIS for iOS<br />ArcGIS for Android<br />ArcGIS for Windows Phone<br />ArcGIS for Windows Mobile<br />ArcGIS SDK for Windows Mobile<br />
  3. 3. What is 10.1 All About?<br />Sharing & Collaboration<br />Deliver GIS Resources (maps, data, tools) as Web Services<br />Cloud Computing (Public & Private Clouds)<br />Functionally The Same<br />Boundaries Of Communication and Sharing Reduced<br />Introduces ArcGIS Runtime<br />Allows Users To Deploy Focused Standalone Applications<br />Extremely Lightweight<br />Positioned in the Middle Between ArcEngine & Web Mapping API’s<br />Extremely Fast Display<br />Does Not Require Installation<br />Introduces Spatial Data Services (SDS)<br />Allows you to edit spatial data in a standard database without ArcSDE<br />Expected Early 2012<br />
  4. 4. Desktop Enhancements<br />Drag & Drop Support for Excel Files<br />GPX to Features Tool<br />Quick Loading of GPS Waypoints, Tracks & Routes<br />KML to Layers<br />Supports Symbols & Pop-Up Imports<br />Geotagged Photos<br />Create Points From Folders of Photos<br />Dynamic Legends<br />Change at Different Scales<br />“Share As” Menu<br />Easy Sharing of Maps & Packages<br />Cloud Delivery<br />
  5. 5. Server Enhancements<br />Performance Enhancements<br />Faster querying for “On-The-Fly” Analysis<br />Faster Redraw<br />High Quality Print Services<br />Create Maps from Web & Mobile Apps<br />Map Service Enhancements<br />Handle Thousands of Layers<br />Easier To Install and Configure<br />New Architecture<br />64-Bit Native Architecture<br />Silverlight Viewer<br />Quick Building of Application with Map, Editing Tools, Geoprocessing Tasks<br />
  6. 6. Mobile Enhancements<br />Easier Deployments of Maps and Data<br />Using Packages<br />Faster Map Display<br />Social Media Integration Sharing<br />Facebook, Twitter, SMS, Email<br />ArcGIS for Android for Tablets & Phones<br />Coming in October<br />Market Application Will Be Available as well<br />ArcGIS for iOSUpdated<br />App Store Application Updated, More Map Real Estate<br />ArcGIS for Windows Mobile<br />Designed for more precise data collection (Device Dependent)<br />
  7. 7. Deprecation Update for 10.1<br />ArcGIS Desktop<br />Last Release Supported on Windows Server 2003<br />No longer supports Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)<br />No longer supports ArcObjects SDK for Microsoft.NET on VS 2008<br />ArcInfo Workstation<br />No plans to release a new version<br />Can use 10.0 version along side new versions of Desktop<br />Moves to Mature Phase as of January 1st, 2012<br />
  8. 8. Deprecation Update for 10.1<br />ArcIMS<br />Will no longer be shipped at 10.1<br />ArcGIS Server<br />Last planned release for the Web ADF’s for both .NET and Java.<br />Will no longer support local connection (DCOM). Must use web services (REST, SOAP, OGC)<br />Fine Grained ArcObjects through DCOM will not be supported. Migrate to a Server Object Extension (SOE) pattern.<br />32-bit Operating Systems no longer supported. This includes ArcSDE.<br />Last release supporting Windows Server 2003.<br />No longer support publishing of Desktop Map Documents (MXD)<br />No longer supporting Access based pGDB’s or SQL Server 2005<br />
  9. 9. Esri Technical Certification Program<br />The purpose of the Esri Technical Certification Program is to create a standardized level of expertise for the use of Esri products and technology. <br />This is achieved by allowing individuals to validate their knowledge, skills and abilities against a proven and measurable level of competency. <br />The program is designed around three Esri user domains: Desktop, Developer and Enterprise. Each domain includes multiple tracks and certification levels to establish a hierarchy of expertise using Esri products.<br />
  10. 10. Esri Technical Certification Program<br />
  11. 11. Esri Technical Certification Program<br />Provides a professional development path for individuals<br />Creates a benchmark of skills and expertise to aid employers with hiring decisions<br />Helps professionals who've achieved Esri Technical Certification distinguish themselves among their peers when seeking employment, projects, or new clients<br />Maximizes an organization's investment in Esri products by ensuring staff achieve an established level of competency<br />
  12. 12. Questions?<br />