What's New in ArcGIS Pro
ArcGIS Pro 2.2 is the largest update to Esri's flagship 64-bit desktop GIS application yet and brings a slew of new features and functionality. It adds and improves your highly requested workflows, features new innovations that take advantage of ArcGIS Pro’s unique 3D and 64-bit environment, and connects your desktop more tightly with the rest of the ArcGIS platform.
ArcGIS Pro 2.2
New map tools
A Go To tool has been added, allowing you to navigate directly to a set of coordinates. The tool holds the last five locations for a session. You can also copy map coordinates to the clip board. Other interface changes include improved pop ups, a new tabbed structure for Symbology and being able to show map tips.
A stream layer is a new layer type that displays real-time streaming data. It references a stream service as its data source. You can symbolise the current observations in the stream with single symbol, unique value, graduated colour, or graduated symbols symbology. You can also symbolise previous observations.
Slice is the newest exploratory analysis tool that interactively reveals content hidden behind or within other content. Use it to slice through the content in your scene using planes or volumetric shapes. Slice is included among the other Interactive Analysis tools in the 3D Exploratory Analysis group on the Analysis tab.
Revit file support
Data from Autodesk's Building Information Modelling (BIM) software, Revit, has been added to the list of data sources supported by ArcGIS Pro. Revit models can now be enriched with geographic analysis and visualisation through direct-read and georeferencing capabilities.
Batch geoprocessing allows you to automate the running of a tool multiple times using many input datasets or different parameter settings.
Full motion video
Play and analyse video data that is geospatially enabled. Full motion Video enables the display of the video frame footprint and sensor position on the map while the video plays. Collect features in the video player and see them on the map, or collect features in the map and see them displayed in the video player.