Why Should Users Consider ArcGIS Pro Migration?

CIO Review Europe | Tuesday, July 27, 2021

ArcGIS Pro enables seamless collaboration on 2D and 3D maps, layers, geoprocessing tools, layouts, tasks, and complete projects.

FREMONT, CA: Whether an analyst following the COVID-19 outbreak in a metropolitan region, a project manager managing data and layers throughout an organisation, or a student developing an online portfolio, it's critical to share work quickly. ArcGIS Pro enables seamless collaboration on 2D and 3D maps, layers, geoprocessing tools, layouts, tasks, and complete projects.

Pro users can do a variety of tasks, including the following:

  • Maps, scenarios, and globes can be imported into Pro projects
  • Configure Deploy Pro to meet specific requirements
  • Maps, sceneries, and analyses can be created and shared
  • Customise ArcGIS Pro by utilising the ArcGIS Pro SDK
  • Import data into a template that users may customise
  • Utilise online services, live streams, and over 300 data formats supported
  • Create maps that incorporate both 2D and 3D GIS data

Ten Advantages of ArcGIS Pro

There are numerous advantages that ArcGIS Pro provides. According to Esri, the following are a few of them:

  1. ArcGIS Pro comes equipped with a modern ribbon-based user interface, 2D and 3D views, multi­threaded geoprocessing, and support for numerous maps and layouts (see image below)
  2. ArcGIS Pro 2D and 3D maps may be readily shared as web maps and web scenes with ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise.
  3. ArcGIS Pro can be customised in a variety of ways to meet specific requirements. Create tasks in Pro to automate repetitive tasks, streamline repeated workflows, and more.
  4. ArcGIS Pro extends ArcMap's features, including improved 3D visualisation.
  5. There are SO many excellent learning resources for ArcGIS Pro, and most of them are entirely free—be sure to check out ArcGIS Pro classes.
  6. ArcGIS Pro is entirely free! It is included as part of ArcGIS Desktop, together with ArcMap and ArcCatalog.
  7. ArcGIS Pro includes the majority of the ArcGIS Desktop extensions. There are numerous positions available, including 3D Analyst, Data Interoperability, Data Reviewer, and Geostatistical Analyst.
  8. ArcMap documents can be imported straight into ArcGIS Pro projects. To understand how to view the tutorial, import an ArcMap document.
  9. The majority of the geoprocessing capabilities included in ArcMap are also included in ArcGIS Pro.
  10. ArcGIS Pro makes sharing simple. User can collaborate with others on your work (maps, layouts, geoprocessing tools, and models, for example).

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