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Esri Products

  1. Desktop GIS
  2. ArcGIS Data Interoperability
  3. ArcGIS Publisher
  4. ArcGIS StreetMap
  5. ArcPress for ArcGIS
  6. ArcGIS 3D Analyst
  7. ArcGIS Schematics
  8. ArcScan for ArcGIS
  9. Maplex for ArcGIS
  10. ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst
  11. ArcGIS Spatial Analyst
  12. ArcGlS Tracking Analyst
  13. ArcWeb Services
  14. Add-On Modules

Desktop GIS

Perform advanced spatial analysis, model operational processes, and visualize results on professional-quality maps.

  • ArcInfo
  • ArcEditor
  • ArcView
  • Extensions
  • ArcReader

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ArcGIS Data Interoperability

Direct Rea4 Transformation, and Export of Data

ArcGIS Data lnteroperability facilitates data sharing by providing state-of-the-art direct data access, data transformation, and export capabilities. Jointly developed with Sate Software on its industry-standard Feature Manipulation Engine product. ArcGlS Data lnteroperability allows GlS professionals to use most standard GIS data within the ArcGIS Desktop environment, regardless of the format.

This means that users can directly read, display, and ana¬lyze this data using all the tools available within ArcGIS Desktop.

With ArcGIS Data Interoperability you can:

  • Directly read more than 70 spatial data formats including GML, XML, Autodesk DWG/DXF,MicroStation®Design,Maplnfo®MID/MIFandTAB, Oracle and Oracle Spatial, and Intergraph GeoMedia Warehouse.
  • Export to more than 50 spatial data formats.
  • Diagram and model custom spatial data formats using a semantic data translation engine with 120 specialized transformers.
  • lntegrate with the geoprocessing framework and ModelBuilder to enable data format manipulation within GlS models.

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ArcGIS Publisher

Map and Data Publisher

ArcGIS Publisher gives you the freedom to easily share and distribute your GIS maps and data with anyone.

ArcGIS Publisher converts ArcGIS map documents to published map files (PMFs). PMFs are viewable through ArcGIS Desktop products including ArcReader, a free downloadable product from [SRI.

PMF5 contain instructions about the location and symbology of data layers (rendering rules, scale dependencies, etc.) so you can quickly, easily, and securely share dynamic electronic maps locally, over networks, or via the Internet. ArcGlS Publisher also enables you to easily package PMFs together with their map data, it desired. Developers can use ArcGlS Publisher extension’s ArcReaderControl to create and distribute royalty tree, customized ArcReader applications.

With ArcGIS Publisher you can:

  • Easily provide interactive maps to your users.
  • Protect your maps and data from inappropriate use
  • Create rich, interactive maps that meet your users’ needs.
  • Provide efficient and controlled access to enterprise GlS data.
  • Easily package the required data and maps for distribution.
  • Build custom viewers for your maps with ArcReaderControl.

ArcGIS Publisher appeals to a wide range of users.

  • Organizations that need to distribute maps within their organization.
  • Data providers that want to distribute preauthored maps with their data.
  • Government agencies that need to distribute data and maps to the public.
  • GIS programmers who want to build simple, custom map viewers.

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ArcGIS StreetMap

Nationwide Address Matching, Routing, and Street Mapping

ArcGlS StreetMap provides address matching, routing, and high-quality multiscale map display. ArcGIS StreetMap provides map content based on specific map scales appropriate for local, regional, or nationwide map display.

Layers within ArcGIS StreetMap automatically draw, label, and manage features such as landmarks, streets, parks, bodies of water, and others, resulting in significant time savings when composing a map.

A comprehensive data set for the United States is included and fully optimized for local or nationwide street mapping, allowing the user—regardless of the level of GIS experience—to quickly and efficiently generate appealing, presentation quality street maps.

With ArcGIS StreetMap you can

  • Quickly and efficiently produce presentation quality street maps.
  • Perform simple point-to-point or optimized routing.
  • Find addresses anywhere on a street network.
  • Interactively or batch geocode addresses.
  • Generate and print driving directions.
  • Pan and zoom through a multiscale map display.

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ArcPress for ArcGIS

High-Per/brmance Printing

ArcPress for ArcGIS is a print rasterizer for fast and high-quality printing of maps. ArcPress for ArcGIS transforms maps into the native language format of your printer. Because ArcPress for ArcGIS does all its processing on your computer, you do not need to rely on the printer to interpret, translate, and store data. Furthermore, since ArcPress eliminates the need for extended printer memory, hard disk space, or onboard PostScript processors, users can realize cost savings immediately. ArcPress for ArcGIS allows printers to do what they do best—print.

With ArcPress for ArcGIS you can:

  • Efficiently print high-quality maps directly from all your printers.
  • Print large-format, high-resolution imagery and complex or detailed vector data maps including transparent or complex symbology.
  • Produce detailed maps integrating multiple data sources.
  • Streamline multiuser work flows by processing print jobs on local computers and through background processing.
  • Save time and money through optimized printer performance.
  • Automatically rotate maps for best fit.

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ArcGIS 3D Analyst

Three-Dimensional Visualization and Analysis

ArcGIS 3D Analyst provides powerful and advanced visualization, analysis, and surface generation tools. Using ArcGIS 3D Analyst, you can seamlessly view extremely large sets of data in three dimensions from multiple viewpoints, query a surface, and create a realistic perspective image that drapes raster and vector data over a surface.

ArcGlobe, an application that is part of ArcGIS 3D Analyst, introduces whole earth 3D visualization. With ArcGlobe, users can visualize and manage geographic data sets from a local or global perspective. ArcGlobe can easily and intelligently handle very large raster, vector, terrain, and image data sets.

With ArcGIS 3D Analyst you can:

  • Build surface models from many supported data formats.
  • Perform interactive perspective viewing and navigation.
  • Create three-dimensional views directly using your GIS data.
  • View data from a global to a local perspective.
  • Navigate through multi-resolution terrain and image data seamlessly.
  • Visualize and analyze extremely large data sets (terabytes).
  • Extrude two-dimensional representations to three dimensions using attribute data.
  • Perform view shed and line-of-sight analyses, spot height interpolation, profiling, and steepest path determination.
  • Model subsurface features—wells, mines,groundwater,and underground storage facilities.
  • Calculate surface area, volume, slope, aspect, and hillshade.
  • Query data based on attributes or location.
  • Construct models via Model Builder and analyze results in three dimensions.
  • Add three-dimensional symbols and texture for realism.
  • Create user-defined animations, using preset fiight paths, key frames, and other interactive tools, to convey a message or concept.
  • Save animations to standard video format (MPEG, AVI, QuickTime).
  • Build surfaces using TIN or raster interpolation.

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ArcGIS Schematics

Automatic Schematic Generation

ArcGIS Schematics is an innovative solution for the automation of schematic representations of ArcGIS geodatabases. ArcGIS Schematics allows for better management and visualization of virtually any linear network such as electric, gas, water/ waste water and telecommunications. ArcGlS Schematics allows rapid checking on network connectivity, lets you quickly understand network architecture, and shortens the decision cycle by presenting synthetic and focused views of the network.

With ArcGIS Schematics you can:

  • Eliminate discrepancy between schematic and database.
  • Quickly update diagrams.
  • Manage your network assets with an integrated solution.
  • Manage your outside and inside plant information.
  • Manage physical and logical representations of the network.
  • Generate a variety of displays including one-line diagrams and butterfly diagrams in ArcGIS

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ArcScan for ArcGIS

Raster-to-Vector Conversion

ArcScan for ArcGIS provides a powerful and easy-to-use set of tools for raster-to-vector data conversion. ArcScan allows you to create line and/or polygon vector features directly from raster images by interactively tracing the image. ArcScan also provides batch vectorization capabilities to create vector features from a selected area or the entire image. ArcScan provides simple raster editing tools to erase or fill in areas of the raster prior to performing batch conversion to increase efficiency and minimize postprocessing.

With ArcScan for ArcGIS you can:

  • Create shape file orgeo database line and polygon features directly from raster images.
  • Perform interactive or batch mode raster-to-vector data conversion.
  • Clean up unwanted parts of a raster image prior to batch vectorization.
  • Use raster snapping capabilities to make interactive tracing more accurate and efficient.
  • Select groups of raster cells by querying for connected areas.

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Maplex for ArcGIS

Advanced cartographic Text Placement and Labeling

Maplex for ArcGIS is an advanced cartographic text placement extension for ArcView, ArcEditor, and Arclnfo. Using a comprehensive set of placement options, Maplex for ArcGlS automatically positions text to a high cartographic standard. Maplex for ArcGIS generates clear~ well-placed labels that minimize (or eliminate) the need for manual editing. The text is placed quickly, without overlap or ambiguity, and with the best aesthetic quality, reducing map production time and costs.

With Maplex for ArcGf S you can:

  • Place more and better labels.
  • Reduce manual editing time using intelligent annotation placement.
  • Produce clearer maps that communicate findings.

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ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst

Statistical Tools for Data Exploration, Modeling and Advanced Surface Generation

ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst provides a powerful suite of tools for spatial data exploration and optimal surface generation using sophisticated statistical methods. Geostatistical Analyst allows you to create a surface from data measurements occur¬ring over an area where collecting information for every possible location would be impractical. From improving estimation of temperature values, assessing environmental risks, or predicting the existence of any geophysical element, ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst gives anyone with spatial data the ability to investigate, visualize, and create optimal surfaces. Geostatistical Analyst enables you to take advantage of these tools and techniques in a friendly and dynamic user interface.

With ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst you can:

  • Explore data variability, look for data outliers, and examine global trends.
  • Create prediction,prediction standard error,quantile,and probability maps.
  • Use different renderers to visualize surfaces including contours (isolines), filled contours, regular grid (block interpolation) and hill-shading.
  • Investigate spatial auto-correlation and the correlation between multiple data sets.

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ArcGIS Spatial Analyst

Advanced GIS Spatial Analysis Using Raster and Vector Data

ArcGIS Spatial Analyst provides a broad range of power¬ful spatial modeling and analysis tools. You can create, query, map, and analyze cell-based raster data; perform integrated raster/vector analysis; derive new information from existing data; query information across multiple data layers; and fully integrate cell-based raster data with traditional vector data sources. Integrated with the geoprocessing framework, ArcGlS Spatial Analyst otters easy access to numerous functions in Model Builder a graphic modeling environment.

With ArcGIS Spatial Analyst you can:

  • Convert features (point, line, or polygon) to rasters.
  • Create raster buffers based on distance or proximity from features or raster
  • Generate density maps from point features.
  • Create continuous surfaces from point features.
  • Derive contour, slope, view shed, aspect, and hillshades of these surface
  • Perform map algebra—Boolean queries and algebraic calculations.
  • Perform neighborhood and zone analysis.
  • Carry out discrete cell-by-cell analysis.
  • Perform grid classification and display.
  • Use data from standard formats including TIFF, BIL, 1MG, USGS DEM, SDTS, DIED, and many others.
  • Access more than 200 functions in the geo processing framework.

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ArcGlS Tracking Analyst

Temporal Data Visualization and Analysis

ArcGlS Tracking Analyst provides capabilities for sophisticated visualization, exploration, and analysis of time-related data. You can reveal time-related trends or phenomena, allowing you to see where and when an event occurred. You can “replay history” and observe how any time period (hour, day, week, month, etc.) is associated with the occurrence or location of various events. ArcGIS Tracking Analyst allows users to observe temporal data with either future time windows for mission planning or past time windows for historical analysis.

With ArcGIS Tracking Analyst you can:

  • Display point, line, and polygon data.
  • Apply layer specific time windows to manage multiple temporal layers.
  • Symbolize time by color, size, or shape to display the aging of the data.
  • Interactively play back time-related data.
  • Apply actions to individual temporal layers based on attributes, location, or a combination of the two using highlight, suppression, or filter.
  • Set temporal offset for comparisons of temporal events.
  • Create animation files for AVI output.
  • Create a data clock temporal chart for additional analysis.

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ArcWeb Services

ArcWeb Services offer a cost-effective way to get the spatial content you need, when you need it, without having to worry about data storage and maintenance costs. When you subscribe to ArcWeb Services, you can access up-to-date content and capabilities via the Web using ArcGlS, or you can incorporate ArcWeb Services content and capabilities into your Web-based applications.

With ArcWeb Services you can:

  • Access terabytes of rich data on demand via the Web including DOQQ imagery, topographic maps, live weather and traffic, demographic information, and more.
  • Perform routing, place finding, and address finding; locate points of interest; and query the accessed data.
  • Reduce cost of data storage and maintenance by not having to host data yourself.

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Add-On Modules

These add-on modules provide additional functionalities for your image processing needs.

ATCOR3:Atmospheric correction and haze removal software used to correct changes in the spectral reflectance of materials on the Earth’s surface.

IMAGINE Developers’ToolkitTM:A set of libraries and documentation to modify the commercial version of ERDAS IMAGINE, or to develop entirely new applications as extensions to ERDAS IMAGINE.

IMAGINE IFSAR DEMTM: Use interferometric techniques to create DEMs from SAR image pairs.

IMAGINE LZWTM:Read and write imagery in UNISYS’s LZW compression format.

IMAGINE MrSID Desktop Encoder: Encode or compress any of the raster formats supported by ERDAS IMAGINE into LizardTech’s MrSID file format. Handles images varying between 50 and 500 million pixels (generally 50 to 500MB) in size.

IMAGINE MrSID Workstation Encoder:Encode or compress any of the raster formats supported by ERDAS IMAGINE into LizardTech’s MrSID file format. Handles images measuring over 500 million pixels (generally 500MB) in size.

IMAGINE NITF 2.O/2.1TM:An importer and exporter of imagery and map compositions to and from the National lmageryTransmission Format (NITF).The unique capabilities of IMAGINE NITF integrate both imagery and annotation, making the annotation integral to the map composition. JITC certified to C Level 7.

IMAGINE Radar InterpreterTM:Speckle removal, texture analysis, image merging, general radiometric and geometric calibration to enhance SAR images. IMAGINE Radar Interpreter is data source independent and allows users to utilize any SAR imagery.

IMAGINE StereoSAR DEMTM:Generate DEMs by correlating pairs of SAR images. Endorsed by RADARSAT International.

IMAGINE Subpixel ClassifierTM:An advanced spectral classifier designed to identify objects or materials of interest that occupy a fraction of a pixel, or to discriminate between materials with similar spectral characteristics.

IMAGINE VectorTM:Import and export vector data, and clean and build topologically within an ESRI Arc structured format, without conversion.

IMAGINE VirtuaIGIS:A powerful, 3D visual analysis tool that supports dynamic visualization, flight sequences, and the management/assimilation of multiple geographic data types in a real-time, 3D environment.

IMAGIZER: Disseminate data to other users without the need to install a full image handling application. IMAGIZER combines data preparation software, the IMAGIZER Data Prep, with a distributable geographic imaging viewer and editor, the IMAGIZER Viewer, that can be embedded onto data CDs.

Stereo Analyst:Perform stereoscopic 3D feature collection to easily and accurately extract elevation/height information and populate 3D GIS databases with fully texture-mapped 3D models.

IMAGINE OrthoRadar:Perform precision correction and orthorectification of SAR images by building a SAR sensor model based on the satellite orbit and image information parameters.

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