Discover the world around you. Use scientific analytical tools to identify patterns, make predictions, and answer questions.
Simply getting your data onto a map puts it into context and reveals new insight and understanding.
Determine Spatial Relationships
Answers to many questions often require an understanding of spatial relationships such as proximity, coincidence, intersection, overlap, visibility, and accessibility.
Identify Locations and Routes
Use GIS for site selection based on empirical data. Optimise routing by including your own custom network data (private roads) and restrictions for weight, turns, or cargo.
Find hot spots and outliers or natural data clusters when you use data to detect, quantify, and analyse changes in patterns over time.
Spatial analysis lets you use powerful modelling techniques to make predictions and better understand our world.
Work with intuitive, context-sensitive cartography tools to visualise your data on maps that are beautiful, interactive, and informative.
Create Beautiful Maps
Use state-of-the-art tools to create visually stunning maps that emphasise what's important.
Industry Specific Templates
Import your data into customisable templates designed by Esri's industry experts.
Give context to your data when you layer it with a wide variety of basemaps provided by Esri.
Combine 2D and 3D Mapping
See your data in a new dimension by using 3D GIS. Create maps that combine the best of 2D and 3D GIS.
2D and 3D
The world is not flat. Your maps don’t have to be either. Work in 2D and 3D to add dimension to your data so you can see the full picture.
Visualise in 3D
In ArcGIS Pro, you can work with multiple displays and layouts simultaneously in 2D and 3D.
Edit in 3D
Create 3D features from scratch, import 3D models, or symbolise 2D feature attributes in 3D. Switch between 2D and 3D as you create and edit features.
Analyse in 3D
ArcGIS Pro provides tools specifically for analysing 3D data including surface analysis, line-of-sight and visibility analysis, and geometric relationships between three-dimensional features.
Connecting & Sharing
Connect your work with the world. Integrate with a wide variety of web services and share your maps on the web, mobile apps, and social media.
Sharing with ArcGIS Online
ArcGIS Online gives you a platform to share your work. You can share your maps, data, and custom tools and tasks privately with your organisation or publicly with the world.
Complying with Standards
ArcGIS Pro supports industry and community standards to ensure interoperability, including KML, metadata, and OGC standards. Bring in feature data, tabular data, raster & 3D data, web services, and real-time sensors.
Sharing with Web Maps
Bring the world to your website. Interactive web maps built with ArcGIS tell stories and answer questions without the use of a browser plug-in.
Sharing with Apps
ArcGIS Apps provide easy-to-use, focused environments for sharing your geographic information. There are apps for the field, the office, and the community. You can also build your own.
Drones, satellites, aerial, video, lidar, and more, ArcGIS Pro provides powerful tools to manage and analyse imagery.
ArcGIS Desktop has the tools you need to understand and find patterns in imagery from a wide range of sources. Perform feature extractions, scientific analysis, temporal analysis to explore changes over time, and more.
Manage imagery from a wide variety of sources including satellite, aerial, drones, unmanned aerial systems, full-motion video, elevation, lidar, and more.
ArcGIS Desktop's on-the-fly processing prevents data duplication and reduces the amount of imagery you need to store. Use dynamic mosaicking to easily update and process new imagery including orthorectification, pan sharpening, rendering, enhancement, filtering, and map algebra capabilities.
Ensure data integrity and accuracy with a complete set of tools for storing, editing, evaluating, and managing all kinds of spatial data—including real-time and big data.
ArcGIS Pro allows you to store GIS data using the methods that fit your workflows. Use the cloud, or the geodatabase—Esri's tool for storing and managing geospatial data in desktop, enterprise, and mobile environments
ArcGIS Pro provides all the tools you need to manage your geospatial data in single-user and multiuser editing environments. Simplify editing and ensure data integrity with context-sensitive editing tools, industry-focused templates, and domains and subtypes.
ArcGIS Pro contains a complete set of tools for checking the accuracy of spatial relationships, connectivity, and attribution.