23 May 2016

FREE ArcGIS Explorer Desktop with ArcGIS Online

Easier Sharing, Attribute Table Display, and New Presentation Tools Are Among Improvements

The most recent ArcGIS Explorer Desktop release includes new features and enhancements to make it a more powerful tool in an enterprise GIS, including content sharing via ArcGIS Online, tabular information display, and new presentation tools. ArcGIS Explorer Desktop is a free GIS viewer that enables the exploration and visualization of GIS information.
The new version of ArcGIS Explorer Desktop allows users to upload GIS content directly to ArcGIS Online accounts, where anyone with Internet access can see it. Integrating ArcGIS Explorer with ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS, Esri's on-premises cloud expands its support for role assignment, creation of custom basemap galleries, and organization-specific searches. Users can search shared content on ArcGIS Online or private content hosted using Portal for ArcGIS.
New ArcGIS Explorer Desktop 2500 includes the following enhancements:
  • Ability to easily upload GIS content directly to your ArcGIS Online account
  • Added support for ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS sharing, roles, custom basemap galleries, and organization-specific search
  • Capability to display attribute tables for feature layers
  • Presentation tools such as slide animations, timed transitions, audio synchronization, and presentation mark up
  • ArcGIS Explorer Desktop can be run off of an external USB connected drive on any computer that meets the ArcGIS Explorer Desktop.
  • Size and position of popup windows can be controlled
  • Support for KML tours
  • Ability to use custom locators

The free download of ArcGIS Explorer Desktop is available from : http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/explorer

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