Events and success stories
Esri Partner in Russia Migrates ArcMap Extension to ArcGIS Pro#XTools Pro #ArcGIS
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#XTools Pro
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.
Spatial Well Data Management#Oil and gas #WellTracking #ArcGIS #Drilling #Nature #Geology
Eliminate Drilling Risks with Well Tracking
The need to develop hard-to-recover oil resources considering the high density of existent wells in brown fields calls for the most
accurate and precise wellbore positioning.
Pocket zoo for Android devices now available!#Novosibirsk #Mobile application #Mobile map #Zoo #Travel guide #Tourism #Nature
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. With Zoo Nsk you can track your current location and plan your own zoo visit route. The English-language app is the localized Russian version for Apple and Android devices (called Зоопарк Нск in Russian) released in June 2014.
New Mexico visitors do not need internet to use detailed hunting maps of the entire state#CarryMap #Nature #Mobile application #Mobile map #Travel guide
Bureau of Land Management uses CarryMap Builder application to publish ArcGIS projects in mobile map format accessible for all New Mexico visitors