ArcGIS for Desktop 10.3
“Unleash the Power of Esri Technology”
Digital Data Services, an authorized reseller of many Esri software products, is pleased to offer ArcGIS for Desktop 10.3 Basic. This software will give users more flexibility to optimally integrate desktops, web applications and mobile devices and into custom GIS solutions specifically design to meet the needs of your business’ data.
New Key Features and Benefits of ArcGIS for Desktop 10.3
Spatial Analysis - Hundreds of tools for performing spatial analysis are included in ArcGIS for Desktop. These tools allow you to turn data into actionable information and automate many of your GIS tasks. For example, you can:
- Calculate Density & Distance
- Conduct Overlay & Proximity Analysis
- Perform Advanced Statistical Analysis
Data Management - With support for more than 70 data formats, you can easily integrate all types of data for visualization and analysis. An extensive set of geographic, tabular, and metadata management, creation, and organization tools allows you to:
- Record, View, & Manage Metadata
- Browse & Find Geographic Information
- Create & Manage the Schemas of Geodatabases
Mapping and Visualization - Produce high-quality maps without the hassles associated with complex design software. With ArcGIS for Desktop you can take advantage of:
- Large Library of Symbols
- Simple Wizards & Predefined Map Templates
- Extensive Suite of Map Elements & Graphics
Advanced Editing - Manipulate data with a minimum number of clicks and automate your editing workflow with powerful editing tools. Advanced editing and coordinate geometry (COGO) tools simplify your data design, input, and cleanup. Multiuser editing support makes it possible for multiple users to edit your geodatabase at the same time, facilitating data sharing between departments, organizations, and field staff.
Geocoding - From simple data analysis to business and customer management to distribution techniques, there is a wide range of applications for which geocoding can be used. With geocoded addresses, you can spatially display the address locations and recognize patterns within the information. This can be done by simply looking at the information or using some of the analysis tools within ArcGIS for Desktop.
Map Projections - With a vast selection of projected and geographic coordinates systems, ArcGIS for Desktop allows you to integrate datasets from disparate sources into a common framework. You can easily merge data, perform various analytic operations, and produce extremely accurate, professional quality maps.
Advanced Imagery - There are many ways you can work with image data (raster data) in ArcGIS for Desktop. You can use it as a background (basemap) to analyze other data layers, apply different types of specifications to the image dataset, or use it as part of the analysis.
Customization - Easily customize the user interface by adding and removing buttons, menu items, or docking toolbars within ArcGIS for Desktop, or develop custom GIS desktop applications with ArcGIS Engine, which is available through the Esri Developer Network (EDN).