Science underpins everything that Esri produces. We develop for and support a number of sciences. We're very excited about all the things that we're doing across all the environmental sciences. This is embedded in what we do—to strengthen the foundation of our software and services; to research, publish, communicate, and serve alongside the scientific community; and to inspire positive change in society.
Capabilities of ArcGIS: Your analysis platform for science
Spatial Analysis and Data Science
Derive spatial relationships, detect patterns, make predictions, and deploy intelligent apps.
Mapping and Location Enablement
See patterns, facilitate collaboration, and accelerate your science communication.
3D Visualisation and Analytics
Process, visualise, and understand 3D images and data.
Imagery and Remote Sensing
Process, manage and analyse imagery from air, land, and sea.
Real-Time Visualisation and Analytics
Expose geographic patterns and relationships in both static and streaming big datasets.
Customise with rich, interactive, and open apps, APIs, and SDKs.
Advancing science for the planet
Every day, the scientific community uses GIS to address 21st-century environmental challenges and understand the changing world.Learn about earth sciences
Use smart maps and spatial analysis to better manage Earth's natural resources.Learn about natural resources
Location intelligence and spatial analytics help you make any area thrive.Learn about sustainability
Model, monitor, and predict surface and groundwater systems to understand how water quality and quantity are impacted.Learn about water resources
Advancing science for people
GIS impacts and transforms teaching, learning, research, service, and administration.Learn about education
Fire and Rescue
Better understand the spatial behaviours of fires, floods, and other natural hazards. Apply your science to inform emergency situational awareness.Explore fire & rescue
Health and Human Services
Fuse demographics and location data to better understand the links between infrastructure and challenges such as homelessness, poverty, and the needs of ageing populations.Learn about health