Real-time location data is increasingly important in modern enterprises. Organizations that treat real-time GIS as a core capability can track the location, performance, and status of relevant assets and environments, as well as manage, analyze, and disseminate this data in real time. This enhances an organization’s operational awareness and maximizes the impact of its decisions. Your real-time GIS strategy should allow you to ingest and manage real-time data, transform that data into actionable information, and disseminate the intelligence to the right people.
Connect, track, and analyze all of your IoT data with Esri ArcGIS GeoEvent Server.
To maximize the value of your real-time location data, Esri recommends:
- Ingest real-time data from a range of locations and sources to deliver better situational awareness to users.
- Filter and analyze incoming data. Use analysis tools and filters, with ArcGIS GeoEvent Server, to evaluate incoming data and determine its relevance and importance.
- Disseminate actionable information. Configure notifications so the right users, applications, or systems can respond to incoming data.
Real-time GIS allows organizations to analyze and display streaming data from sensors, devices, and social media feeds. With real-time GIS, maps and databases are continuously updated, trends are observed as they form, and key personnel
are alerted the moment activity or performance reaches a critical threshold. By embracing location in your real-time capabilities, you can quicken decision-making and responsiveness.
from Architecting the ArcGIS Platform: Best Practices, Esri, December 2018.
GCS successfully implements GeoEvent Server integrations for large commercial customers.
Read about our work with OmniTRAX, one of North America’s largest private railroad and transportation management companies: OmniTRAX and ArcGIS GeoEvent Server.
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GCS is proud of our long award-winning history with Esri.
- ESRI ArcGIS Server Code Challenge – GCS won First Place for 2008
- ESRI Foundation Partner of the Year for 2007
- ESRI ArcGIS Server Code Challenge – GCS won Honorable Mention for 2007
- ESRI Business Partner of the Year for 2006
- ESRI New Business Partner of the Year for 2005