Esri Partner in Russia Migrates ArcMap Extension to ArcGIS Pro
Based in Novosibirsk, Russia, Esri partner Data East, LLC, provides software and professional services to help its clients create innovative GIS and spatial database management solutions. Specializing in GIS implementation and customization, digital spatial data creation, development, and processing services, Data East has more than 10,000 software customers and approximately 20 partners around the world.
XTools Pro 11.1 with ArcMap 10.3 compatibility to be released in January 2015
Many of you were asking for that and we listened. New XTools Pro 11.1, aside from ArcMap 10.3 compatibility and other updates, will support rasters, group layers and multiple selected layers in Layer Properties Dockable Window.
Habitat conservation of living marine resources in Alaska
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Alaska creates mobile maps showing permitted and restricted areas for fishing.
Mobile map for visitors of the Sebago Lake Land Reserve
The Portland Water District has released the mobile map of the Sebago Lake Land Reserve to support recreational activities.
Pocket zoo for Android devices now available!
Data East is pleased to announce the English-language release of Zoo Nsk - a free application for the Novosibirsk zoo, one of the three biggest zoos in Russia. Currently the application is available for Android devices only, but in early November 2014 it will be released for Apple iOS smart phones and tablets as well.
New Mexico visitors do not need internet to use hunting maps
Bureau of Land Management uses CarryMap Builder application to publish ArcGIS projects in mobile map format accessible for all New Mexico visitors
Northwind Enterprises uses CarryMap to create maps for hunters
Specialists from Northwind Enterprises use CarryMap technology in their work. They decided on CarryMap after a long search for solution that could optimize processing of large amount of cartographic data and allow creating compact maps for use on mobile devices.
HERE Technologies and students use CarryMap for maps update
HERE Technologies has been actively cooperating with leading universities in Russia for more than 5 years implementing projects under the Young GIS specialists training program. In 2017, the Russian branch of HERE Technologies decided to use CarryMap as the main application for joint work with universities.