ArcGIS 10 transforms the way people use GIS. Be more productive with your work and take advantage of GIS everywhere: via individual local desktops, across desktops and browsers leveraging central servers, and in the cloud.
Solo360 enables customers that are using ArcGIS to transport office data into the field using SOLO Forest. SOLO 360 is an ArcGIS toolbar that allows you to:
- Maintain Geodatabase structure. Existing business rules and data collection fields are preserved and are used to drive data collection in the field.
- Review field edits at management level before accepting changes. GIS administrators or other parties ultimately responsible for data integrity can review any changes before committing them during the check-in process.
- Create SOLO Feature Codes directly from the Geodatabase. The feature code file in SOLO Forest is automatically generated during the check-out which will mimic the data structure in the personal geodatabase.
- Create a Geodatabase from SOLO Feature Codes. For users not currently taking advantage of the geodatabase in ArcGIS, users can create a blank template from their existing SOLO Feature Codes.
- Crop images and associated feature classes from the area in view. Selecting the data extents for check out is as simple as zooming to the area of interest.
- Create SOLO Project File (.spf) directly from ArcGIS. Data is conveniently packaged into a compressed file to be sent to the data collector for unpacking and data collection.
- Better control over data quality. Informative menus provide detailed information about added/deleted data and changes to coordinate geometry or feature attributes
Terrain Navigator Pro
Parcel Data on the Desktop
Terrain Navigator Pro now contains the option to show parcel boundaries on the desktop as part of a yearly parcel data subscription. The yearly parcel data subscription includes private land ownership details such as:
- Private land boundaries polygons
- The landowner’s name and address
- Assessor’s parcel number (APN)