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Open Data ArcGIS

Introduction

ArcGIS Open Data enables all types of GIS data formats, it’s bring Vector and Raster data.

Open data capabilities come included in ArcGIS Online, no additional purchases or training are needed. You’ll be able to successfully share the data that you’re already collecting, maintaining, and curating using workflows and best practices.

Supporting Data Formats

You can access and store GIS data types in the formats you already use.

Geospatial Data Formats

  • Geodatabases Spatial databases
  • Shapefiles
  • GeoPackage
  • GeoJSON
  • KML
  • JSON
  • XML
  • SDTS
  • OGC Web Services

Tabular Data Formats

  • Databases
  • dBase
  • CSV/Text/ASCII
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Access
  • Anything connected via OLE DB API

Web and Real Time Data Formats

  • RSS
  • WebSocket
  • Website (Poll)
  • Kafka Event Messenger
  • Azure Event Hub
  • NMEA
  • GTFS
  • Waze
  • Sierra Wireless RAP
  • Trimble TAIP
  • Twitter
  • Common Alerting Protocol (CAP)

Imagery, EO, and 3D Data Formats

  • Commercial Satellite 
  • Public Satellite (Landsat/Sentinel)
  • Aerial photography 
  • UAS/UAV
  • Lidar (LAS, LAZ)
  • JPEG 
  • TIFF/GeoTIFF/COG
  • GRIB 
  • HDF 
  • netCDF 
  • CAD/Revit

Open Data ESRI

ESRI provides different types of Data Categories, Download raw data and share your insights with your community or build new applications that serve specific users.

ESRI Hubs Around the World

Esri India Open Data Gateway

ArcGIS Hub Data

Open data capabilities of ArcGIS Hub make it possible to share and discover authoritative data.

Discover Open Data

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