Turn Your Drone Into an Enterprise GIS Productivity Tool.
Create orthomosaics, 3D meshes, and more, in ArcGIS from your drone-captured still imagery ― in minutes, not days.
Drone2Map for ArcGIS is a desktop app that turns raw still imagery from drones into orthomosaics, 3D meshes, tile images, and more, in ArcGIS. Now, with drone hardware becoming more accessible, you can create 2D and 3D maps of hard-to-access features and areas.
Effective territory planning and optimization is critical for many businesses. Almost every organization that uses field crews for sales, services, or deliveries has a need for organizing field staff into territories or regions.
Well-defined territories increase efficiency, response time, and customer satisfaction while cutting costs.
Territories can be either loosely defined or based on fixed geographical areas, such as postal codes. Work within territories can be different every day or make use of pre-planned, repeating routes. Some of the customer locations may require recurring weekly or monthly visits.
Throughout this story map, you will discover the many tools available within the Esri geomarketing solution, Business Analyst.
Taking a gym network as an example, this story map will guide you step by step into the geomarketing study carried out with Business Analyst.
Network Analyst is an extension of ArcGIS for Desktop. It provides network-based spatial analysis, such as routing, fleet routing, travel directions, closest facility, service area, and location-allocation.
Using Network Analyst, you can dynamically model realistic network conditions, including one-way streets, turn and height restrictions, speed limits, and variable travel speeds based on traffic. You can also easily build networks from your GIS data by using a sophisticated network data model.
A typical Health Organization must address a wide range of complex health issues. Many skills are required to understand these issues including the ability to locate and integrate data from diverse internal and external data sources. Once this is done issues can be analyzed and the results shared with stakeholders using a variety of tools and methods. This example demonstrates this standard enterprise health data flow using GIS.
The proverb “Birds of a feather flock together” describes how those of similar taste congregate in groups. We live in neighborhoods in which we share similarities with our neighbors but do we shop at the same places and for the same reasons based on similarities?
When we look at markets like the San Francisco Bay Area there are many differences between individual customers, groups of customers and their neighbors. These variations can be explained by location and how it impacts shopping patterns and behaviors. Here we explore what’s factors are really important to customer activity and store performance.
An organic grocery store has expanded its San Francisco business to include home delivery in the Downtown area. The company is examining different business scenarios to meet customer deliveries of fresh produce. They know that the best strategies balance the number of distribution centers, trucks and drivers with work hours, driving distances and customer convenience.
This story map examines different approaches and tradeoffs, to identify an optimal solution to satisfy customer expectations at a reasonable operating cost for the business.