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Map-centric Interactive Web Application

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Sales-Support, Interactive Map

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Purpose: This map-centric, web application enables customers and prospective customers to identify potential data center locations.

Implementation: This application was built using the React JavaScript framework and Esri’s Calcite web components. The mapping front-end uses the ArcGIS API for JavaScript as ES modules (@arcgis/core). Code is organized into reusable React Components. See our Web R Mapping solution for more information.

Unity-ArcGIS VR Digital Twin Application

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Purpose: This virtual reality application allows end-users to visualize and navigate commercial property digital twins using Oculus VR goggles. The immersive VR experience offers a unique perspective of both interior and exterior physical assets, and the implementation supports future use cases where data are frequently updating.

Implementation: This Oculus Android native application was developed using the Unity gaming engine and the Esri ArcGIS Maps SDK for Unity. The app leverages 3D GIS data provided via ArcGIS Online web services. 3D GIS data and services are additionally reusable in other VR/non-VR applications.

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Interior View

Exterior Assets with Highlighted Room

Example VR User Interface

React/Calcite Web GIS Viewer

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Purpose: This application allows end users to visualize commercial property locations in a web browser in both map and list form. Users can: perform faceted-searches to narrow down the map/list, drill in to data points to see more detail, and click links to display Google Street View images.

Implementation: This application was built using the React JavaScript framework and Esri’s Calcite web components. The mapping front-end uses the ArcGIS API for JavaScript as ES modules (@arcgis/core) The application is a port of an existing calcite application to React. The project implementation differs from this sample: Code is organized into React Components, the application is more configurable to different data, and additional reusable forms/mapping functionality have been added.

Visualizing faceted-search results

Drilling in to view details and link to Street View image

Python Google Street View Image Harvester

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Purpose: This solution automatically captures Google Street View photos for a list of commercial properties. The solution additionally allows users to override any individual photo to use an improved view of the property (based on camera position). These StreetView images are utilized in the above React/Calcite Web GIS Viewer.

Implementation: This solution was implemented as a Python script which is configured by a .csv file. By default, photos are captured via the Street View Static API using each row's Latitude and Longitude values. Then, to allow capturing images which put the best "face" on these locations, the camera's "viewport" parameters (position, angle, zoom, etc.) can be overridden in the .csv.

Viewport overrides function in a way which allows a human to use Street View to refine/choose the camera position, then copy the viewport parameters directly from the browser url and paste into the spreadsheet. This allows exact camera positioning and consistent re-capturing in the future.

Example 1: Original

Example 1: After Viewport Override

Example 2: Original

Example 2: After Viewport Override

Commercial Website

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Purpose: Eichcorp Inc. corporate website

Implementation: Responsive, static HTML/CSS website