ArcGIS Apps

ArcGIS apps get the job done through their sheer focus, geographic awareness,
and readiness to work

ArcGIS Apps

ArcGIS apps get the job done through their sheer focus, geographic awareness,
and readiness to work

Ready-to-Use Apps

Esri offers ready-to-use apps that let you analyse information, make decisions, monitor your operations, gather and edit data in the field, engage your community, and share information with anyone who needs it. You can access these apps over the web, on mobile devices, or in your business systems, letting you work with your maps, data, and analytic tools no matter where you are.

Ready-to-Use Apps

Esri offers ready-to-use apps that let you analyse information, make decisions, monitor your operations, gather and edit data in the field, engage your community, and share information with anyone who needs it. You can access these apps over the web, on mobile devices, or in your business systems, letting you work with your maps, data, and analytic tools no matter where you are.

Apps for the field:

ArcGIS mobile apps help you view, collect, and edit data in the field. With these apps, everyone in your workforce can access the same authoritative data, no matter where they are, so they can maximise their efficiency. ArcGIS provides apps that let you record field surveys, map edits, and other information, helping you reduce data entry errors and improve productivity. Field apps include:

 

Apps for the field:

ArcGIS mobile apps help you view, collect, and edit data in the field. With these apps, everyone in your workforce can access the same authoritative data, no matter where they are, so they can maximise their efficiency. ArcGIS provides apps that let you record field surveys, map edits, and other information, helping you reduce data entry errors and improve productivity. Field apps include:
 

Collector for ArcGIS
Collector for ArcGIS is a smartphone and tablet app that lets you collect and update information in the field. You can even edit data when you have limited or no connectivity.
Navigator for ArcGIS
Navigator for ArcGIS is an Android and iOS app that helps you navigate directly to your assets, using a combination of commercial street data and your organisation’s own authoritative data. You can even get directions when offline.
Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS
Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS helps you monitor activities and events, track your field work force, and assess the status and performance of your daily operations. You can access your operation views from a web browser to keep track of your organisation no matter where you are.
Explorer for ArcGIS
Explorer for ArcGIS is a simple, responsive app that makes it easy for anyone to consume ArcGIS content. You can use Explorer for ArcGIS to search for data, access maps, and create presentations for your stakeholders or the public.
Survey123 for ArcGIS
Survey123 for ArcGIS lets you gather data in the field with smart forms that use logic and provide easy-to-fill answers. Data captured in Survey123 for ArcGIS is immediately available across the ArcGIS platform, letting you visualise, analyse, and share your field work.
Workforce for ArcGIS
Workforce for ArcGIS helps you improve workforce productivity and coordination. You can manage a complete view of your field operations that helps dispatchers allocate jobs efficiently and gives field workers the information they need to complete their tasks.

Apps for the office:

ArcGIS apps give you a way to view and analyse factors that impact your organisation so you can make smarter, faster decisions in the office. You can use these apps to analyse business variables, plan your operations, and target policies and resources to make a positive impact in your community. Office apps include:
 

Apps for the office:

ArcGIS apps give you a way to view and analyse factors that impact your organisation so you can make smarter, faster decisions in the office. You can use these apps to analyse business variables, plan your operations, and target policies and resources to make a positive impact in your community. Office apps include:
 

ArcGIS Earth
ArcGIS Earth lets you explore places around the world using an interactive 3D globe. You can display data in a variety of 2D and 3D formats including KML, as well as sketch placemarks to highlight important places and information.
ArcGIS Maps for Office
ArcGIS Maps for Office lets you quickly create dynamic, interactive maps inside your Excel spreadsheets, and enrich your spreadsheet data with ready-to-use demographics and lifestyle data. You can use these maps in PowerPoint presentations—both as static map images and fully interactive maps—and share them with internal staff or the public.
ArcGIS Maps for Power BI
ArcGIS Maps for Power BI lets you access maps, demographic data, and spatial analytics inside Power BI. You can visualise your data using heat maps, aggregate data into clusters, and reveal relationships and patterns that help you determine the best actions to take.
Drone2Map for ArcGIS
Drone2Map for ArcGIS lets you streamline the creation of professional imagery products from drone-captured imagery. You can use these imagery products for visualisation and analysis in ArcGIS.
Esri CityEngine
Esri CityEngine is an advanced 3D city design application that lets you create, edit, and share 3D building models and massive urban environments. With Esri CityEngine, you can assess and plan projects and make more informed planning, architecture, and design decisions.
GeoPlanner for ArcGIS
GeoPlanner for ArcGIS is a web application that helps you evaluate land-use and development scenarios so you can make more informed planning decisions. You can use GeoPlanner for ArcGIS to collaborate on planning projects, run comparative analysis, and create project reports.
Insights for ArcGIS
Insights for ArcGIS provides a web-based data analytics environment where you can explore spatial and non-spatial data. With Insights for ArcGIS, you can drag and drop datasets across dynamic maps, tables, and charts to visualise information and get answers to your questions.

Apps for the Community:

ArcGIS also includes apps that let you engage your community by sharing information and crowd-sourcing ideas. For example, you can create maps that provide a narrative context for information, activities, and events, or demonstrate transparency by publishing your open data. You can also invite your audience to contribute information at their convenience using simple web and mobile apps. Apps for the community include:
 

Apps for the Community:

ArcGIS also includes apps that let you engage your community by sharing information and crowd-sourcing ideas. For example, you can create maps that provide a narrative context for information, activities, and events, or demonstrate transparency by publishing your open data. You can also invite your audience to contribute information at their convenience using simple web and mobile apps. Apps for the community include:
 

Esri Story Maps
Esri Story Maps combine interactive maps and multimedia content into elegant user experiences. They make it easy for you to harness the power of maps to tell your stories. ArcGIS comes with more than a dozen Story Map apps that let you highlight places, points of interest, map series, comparisons between maps, and more.
ArcGIS Open Data
ArcGIS Open Data allows organisations to provide open access to their authoritative data through open data websites. The general public can use open data sites to search for data by topic or location, view data on an interactive web map and in a table, or download data in multiple formats.
Configurable Apps
Esri provides web application templates that help you quickly set up apps for your community. For example, you can configure templates for native map viewers, citizen crowdsourcing apps, photo survey apps, and more. Because they’re fully configurable, ArcGIS web application templates let you publish interactive and informative apps to the web with minimal coding.

App Builders:

ArcGIS also provides lightweight application builders that help you create intuitive and useful apps. You can quickly deploy native apps to popular app stores using configurable templates, or develop responsive web apps using ready-to-use themes and widgets that you can drag, drop, and configure. Apps builders include:
 

App Builders:

ArcGIS also provides lightweight application builders that help you create intuitive and useful apps. You can quickly deploy native apps to popular app stores using configurable templates, or develop responsive web apps using ready-to-use themes and widgets that you can drag, drop, and configure. Apps builders include:
 

AppStudio for ArcGIS
AppStudio for ArcGIS lets you build an app once, then deploy it natively across Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, and Windows platforms. You can share these apps inside your enterprise or publish them to the major app stores so they are available to anyone.
Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS
Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS lets you create custom apps using widgets and tools based on ArcGIS functionality. You can share these apps internally with members of your organisation or host them online to reach a wide audience.