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Real-Time Operations with Cartegraph and ArcGIS

Why Cartegraph is the local government solution for ArcGIS

With the Cartegraph + ArcGIS connection, the clear line between the two separate systems is starting to fade—and that’s a good thing. The software is configured to work seamlessly together, updating in real time so you have current data no matter which system you’re in.

Imagine being able to share real-time maps and data when responding to the aftermath of severe weather in your area. How much more efficient would it be if everyone involved was on the same page? How quickly would you be able to solve problems if all responders were able to access up-to-date information at any given moment?

Data Synchronization

By linking Cartegraph to ArcGIS, you’ll be able to capture information in one system and push it to the other simultaneously. This is particularly helpful with information you don’t normally edit in both systems. Using ArcGIS tools to create and update complex spatial data, such as geometric networks, while using Cartegraph to create and update complex work and asset data, such as inspections and resource usage, gives users access to “best-in-breed” toolsets from both platforms. The information will stay in sync between both systems, giving you access to more robust data at all times.

One Sign-In, Two Powerhouse Platforms

With this new connection, you only need one sign-in to access both platforms. Use your ArcGIS Identity to manage all of your mapping functionality, as well as all of your work and asset management tasks. It really is that simple.

Cartegraph + Esri

The best part about this alignment is how simple it is for the end user. After some initial configuration with Cartegraph’s assistance, you’ll be able to sign in and immediately benefit from the synchronization between the two platforms. Enter data via Cartegraph and leverage it on the ArcGIS side—and vice versa. Simplifying your workflow has never been this smooth.

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