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Whats new from Esri (EMUC 2018)

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Esri is moving forward with some new technologies along with their online solutions for their coming years. Here are few of them. 

Drone2Map for ArcGIS

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Drone2Map for ArcGIS streamlines the creation of professional imagery products from drone-captured still imagery for visualization and analysis in ArcGIS. Create orthomosaics, 3D meshes, and more, in ArcGIS Enterprise from your drone-captured still imagery ― in minutes, not days.

ArcGIS Urban

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ArcGIS Urban will visualize zoning codes, track project life cycles, and measure the impact of projects after completion. This all-in-one system will be accessible to the professionals who plan and build cities, whether for a city planning department or a real estate development company.

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Survey123

Survey123 is going to have a big change in several ways. The form design is going to have more controls for surveyors to explore more ways to customize and send data. Since ArcGIS Online is now working with both MS Power BI and Sharepoint, working with survey results is going to be more user friendly. 

Esri with Autodesk products

ArcGIS Pro will soon able to open and edit Autocad files without using the Interoperability Extension. This opens up the opportunity for users to work with engineering data seamlessly for various use cases

Insight for ArcGIS

Insight is going to have updates. The templates and the visuals are going to get interactively linked, integrating more data-sources and closely linked with desktop environment. 

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12 hours ago, Lurker said:

arcgis urban , remember me of CityEngine,

Me too. But CityEngine more leans toward the engineers, Urban leans toward city planners and policy makers. Some of the features of CityEngine is trickling to ArcGIS Pro, making is a bait to bring Autodesk to the table. If they could done it 5 years before, they'd have take over Autocad Map completely. 

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2 hours ago, Lurker said:

so ArcGIS urban is a standalone product or an extension for ArcGIS pro/Desktop?

It's an extension of ArcGIS Online so far I understood, just like Dashboard and Site. But publishing data to Urban probably has some tricks we need to follow. 

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