Internet of Things Sensors

Last year we published a series of blogs reporting on some of the work we’d done processing and visualizing point cloud data within ArcGIS Pro to create Digital Twins . One of the reasons for creating these Digital Twins was to provide a base for displaying sensor data – e.g. visualizing temperature levels within different zones.  In this blog we look at how, using relatively cheap consumer electronics,…

Four Reasons to Jump into ArcGIS Pro

It’s been five years since Esri first released ArcGIS Pro, its next generation desktop GIS application. As ArcGIS Pro has matured and gradually reached feature parity with ArcMap, more and more energy companies we work with are migrating to ArcGIS Pro.   This requires effort – understanding what and how to deploy, redeveloping and testing existing ArcMap customisations, reimagining workflows, migrating data, and managing and training staff.   For these reasons, and with budgets and workloads…

Mapping climate change for Kent County Council

  Our changing climate is already affecting us all. Eighteen of the warmest years on record have occurred during the last twenty years. Today’s average temperatures are 1°C higher than they were in the 1960s. Kent County Council commissioned Exprodat to produce a series of map-based data visualisations to show how climate change will affect…