Esri maps have long been the industry standard for GIS professionals worldwide. They’re all available to every Cartegraph user, using their Esri identity, giving you access to more data than ever.
Esri basemaps are loaded with a remarkable amount of content. And they’re constantly updated to include new roads, neighborhoods, and other landmarks in your area, making it easy to locate features and capture data.
By leveraging operational layers, users will unlock data on an unprecedented level. Produce web maps in Esri and use them in Cartegraph. Name them to match specific tasks, projects, or organizational standards. Easily edit and interact with them using map tools.
More Map Views
Esri offers eight default map views to provide you the most pertinent, up-to-date geospatial information possible. If the defaults aren’t exactly what you’re looking for, you can customize your own map view to fit your day-to-day needs.
Maps for All Users
One map doesn’t fit all. With ArcGIS online, you can share specific map views with other people in your organization. You can customize views by discipline, asset, and more. This feature helps users cut through the clutter and get straight to the information that matters most to them.
Web maps are online maps that incorporate basemaps with dynamic operational layers. This video shows how to author and publish a web map, then use it in Cartegraph. See how layering meaningful data like elevation information, traffic maps, and soil maps make your day-to-day work more productive.