ArcGIS Data Interoperability for Desktop

ArcGIS Data Interoperability for Desktop

Collects, analyzes and organizes spatial map data
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Import spatial data from multiple sources into the application and manage it to create a comprehensible presentation. The program supports mapping, visualization, and analysis operations in a zero-coding environment with tools for reading, writing and transforming input data.

ArcGIS Data Interoperability for Desktop is a program that allows you to bring spatial data from many sources into the ArcGIS environment for mapping, visualization, and analysis. It provides a zero-coding environment to read, transform, and write in hundreds of GIS- and business-friendly formats from files, databases, and the web.

ArcGIS Data Interoperability provides state-of-the-art direct data access and data translation tools in addition to the ability to build complex spatial extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) tools for data validation, migration, and distribution.

Key features:
- Transform data on the fly.
- Work with industry standards such as CSV, CAD, JSON, XML, and RSS.
- Leverage OGC formats such as GML and CityGML, WFS, and KML/KMZ.
- Convert between formats using tools for quick import/export.
- Author, document, run, and publish interoperability tools within ArcGIS.
- Bring CAD-created BIM data in Revit RVZ export format to ArcGIS.

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