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Find sites that meet your criteria


Identify which features you need in a location. Use site selection tools to prioritise and filter for ideal locations. For example, find the best place for a new coffee shop according to requirements such as demographics, traffic and accessibility.

Select locations based on landscape


Locate a suitable landscape such as a slope range or level of sunlight exposure. Use built-in location-allocation principles. Find locations that minimise the distance or reduce the cost between points of supply and demand.

Design routes that meet a set of criteria


Find the quickest, shortest or even the most scenic routes for an entire fleet. Calculate drive-times and locate facilities. Include cost values such as distance, time, slope or other flow attributes. Solve for just two stop locations or sequence many stops in the best order. 

CASE STUDY

Fast Food Chain


Wendy’s uses ArcGIS to determine the best location when opening a new restaurant.

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