ArcInfo is the most complete and extensible GIS available. It includes all the functionality of ArcView and ArcEditor and adds advanced geoprocessing and data conversion capabilities. Professional GIS users use ArcInfo for all aspects of data building, modeling, analysis, and map display for screen and output.
A complete GIS out of the box, ArcInfo provides all the functionality for creating and managing an intelligent GIS. This functionality is accessible via an easy-to-use interface that is customizable and extensible through models, scripting, and applications.
With ArcInfo you can
- Build powerful geoprocessing models for discovering relationships, analyzing data, and integrating data.
- Perform vector overlay, proximity, and statistical analysis.
- Generate events along linear features and overlay events with other features.
- Convert data to and from many formats.
- Build complex data and analysis models and scripts to automate GIS processes.
- Publish cartographic maps using extensive display, design, printing, and data management techniques.
ArcInfo is a comprehensive GIS for data management, visualization, modeling, and analysis. GIS professionals need tools to gather data, build data, analyze geographic relationships, and discover new information.
ArcInfo supports the requirements of the professional GIS user by providing tools to build and manage a complete, intelligent GIS that includes maps and globes, data models, metadata, geodata sets, and work flow models.
ArcInfo builds on the power of ArcView and ArcEditor by adding extensive geoprocessing and data management tools for a complete GIS on your desktop.
ArcInfo software’s geoprocessing framework and data management environment includes tools to perform data conversion, generalization, aggregation, overlays, buffer creation, statistical calculations, and much more.
The standard for GIS, ArcInfo is the most complete and extensive GIS used by hundreds of thousands of users around the world.
Why Use ArcInfo?
ArcInfo software’s extensive tools, models, and applications help users in many aspects of their work.
- Discover new relationships between disparate data sets to help answer questions such as, Who is at risk for flooding? Where are crimes occurring in relationship to freeways? What is the demographic profile of the neighborhood around my hospital, and is it changing over the next 10 years? and Where should I locate my new store?
- Model linear features (e.g., streets and pavement types) for generating events (e.g., accidents) from features and for overlaying events (e.g., accidents and pavement types) . This type of analysis could answer questions such as, On what type of pavement do traffic accidents mostly occur?
- Convert data to and from various formats; for example, convert GIS data to CAD features and back.
- Increase productivity by automating GIS processes with scripts and data models.
- Display and communicate results through high-quality cartographic output.
- Automate and simplify processes for developing high-quality maps and presentations.
- Edit and maintain GIS data for the enterprise or individual project.
- Develop complex models for research and scientific discovery of complex geographic systems.
- Work with coverage data using the environment designed for managing coverages—ArcInfo Workstation.
Who Uses ArcInfo?
Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide use ArcInfo in thousands of applications from locating new stores and finding the most efficient routes for a fleet of delivery trucks to managing the assets and operations of entire cities and utility companies.
- GIS professionals who build and maintain comprehensive GIS processes.
- Cartographers who need to use advanced tools for map layout, labeling, and symbology.
- Scientists who need geographic model tools to discover new processes and relationships.
- Data administrators or data providers who need a complete set of tools for managing GIS data.
- GIS network analysts who need to edit routes and use tools for dynamic segmentation and linear referencing analysis.
- GIS professionals and administrators who import and export data between many sources.
- GIS professionals who perform extensive creation and editing of coverage data.
These types of users are found in many industries including
- Natural Resources
- Health and Human Services
GDi GISDATA offers to its clients ready made Data & Maps – for more information click here. Data & maps are regularly updated and preconfigured to work with ESRI’s software. The Data and Maps Media are offered as:
- Road Atlases
- Country Atlases
- City Atlases
- 3D & Clutter Databases
- Geodemographic Data & ZIP Codes
- Mapping & Cartography
For more information contact us or visit http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/arcinfo/index.html