Esri announces ArcGIS Field Maps app

ArcGIS Field Maps is the one app users need to deploy to their mobile workforce all because of its simple map viewing and map markup, combined with high-accuracy field data collection capabilities and battery-optimized location tracking.

Esri announces ArcGIS Field Maps app
Esri announces ArcGIS Field Maps app

Esri announces ArcGIS Field Maps app

ArcGIS Field Maps which is Esri’s premier maps application for iOS and Android devices is now available on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

ArcGIS Field Maps is the one app users need to deploy to their mobile workforce all because of its simple map viewing and map markup, combined with high-accuracy field data collection capabilities and battery-optimized location tracking.

Maps come alive in the ArcGIS Field Maps app. Maps are interactive, users can touch them, can show or hide layers of information, can search for content, maps can update themselves, users can update them, can navigate using them,  can download them, can mark them up, and can even track their location on top of them.

Signing into ArcGIS Field Maps, users can open maps that they’ve made, maps that others have made and maps that have been shared with them too.

All of the latest map capabilities are available in ArcGIS Field Maps including advanced symbology, labeling, annotation, group layers, and pop-ups that include attribute expressions using Arcade feature sets and are powered by the latest release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs for iOS and Android.

With a comprehensive set of map tools, users can:

  • Download map areas when working in challenged network environments.
  • Use the GPS button to center your location on the map, rotate the map, navigate to a location, and view location details using the GPS banner.
  • Search the map for features, locations, or even by coordinates to find the information you are looking for.
  • Alter the display of content in their map using the Layers tool, Basemap tool, or the new floor filter tool when viewing maps indoors.
  • Measure distances or areas in units that they need to see them in.
  • View information about features they tap on in pop-ups that include calculated attribute expressions using the Arcade expression language now with feature set support.
  • Navigate to a location or feature using driving directions or with the compass in their device.
  • Share their map with others to view and interact with.

More information on the ArcGIS Field Maps can be viewed here.