Digital Data Services is pleased to introduce geoProspector! geoProspector is now available on the ArcGIS Marketplace. Get it today!
The geoProspector ArcGIS Pro Add-in downloads geospatial data from ArcGIS REST Map Services when Feature Services do not exist. With geoProspector, GIS professionals have a tool that simplifies the complexity of identifying, downloading, and displaying Map Service features in an easy-to-use ArcGIS Pro Add-in
Before geoProspector, GIS professionals had to use a variety of scripting languages and a complex, multi-step process to download the data. geoProspector simplifies accessing the data stored in ArcGIS Map Services with a simple ArcGIS Pro add-in. With geoProspector, you add an ArcGIS Map Service URL, define the output File Geodatabase, and download the data in minutes.
geoProspector provides GIS professionals with the following benefits:
geoProspector simplifies downloading local copies of map service features to use in ArcGIS Pro.
Need to get under the hood? geoProspector’s Advanced Options give you the ability to set input and output parameters, such as only returning the fields you need.
Track your progress. geoProspector provides feedback as to the progress of your download.
Want to use the data now? Once geoProspector downloads your data, add it to your map right away!
Need to check for updates? geoProspector can save your current configuration settings for future use!
geoProspector is available now on the ArcGIS Marketplace. Organizational subscriptions are $99/year and can be downloaded and installed immediately. Individual subscriptions are targeted for July 2020. To learn more about geoProspector, visit www.geowidgets.io/products/geoprospector.
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