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Download ArcGIS Pro 1.4

ArcGIS Pro 1.4 is now here and it represents possibly its biggest releases since Esri first introduced it. This new version goes a long way to putting ArcGIS Pro on par with ArcMap and ArcCatalog for core functionality.

Now that ArcGIS Pro has most of the core functionality found in ArcMap and ArcCatalog plus tools that are only in ArcGIS Pro, expect Esri to really start pushing users to start transitioning to ArcGIS Pro. If you look at their website, ArcGIS Pro has now replaced ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap & ArcCatalog) for desktop GIS. Expect their training offerings to start shifting to ArcGIS Pro. So now is the time to really start looking at if, when and why you might want to begin migrating to ArcGIS Pro.

Benefits of ArcGIS Pro
So why should you consider migrating to ArcGIS Pro:

  • Fully 64 bit enabling ArcGIS Pro to take full advantage of modern hardware including more than 4 GB RAM, Multi-core processors, Graphics Processors, and graphics RAM
  • Native Support for both 2D and 3D Maps
  • Intuitive and modern ribbon interface
  • Faster geoprocessing
  • Multiple ways to automate and streamline processes
  • Python Scripts
  • Models
  • Tasks
  • Arcade
  • Improved iteration with ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise
  • Increased support for raster and lidar analysis
  • Support for multiple maps and layouts in a single project
  • Improved support for UAVs and UAS
  • .Net Development Environment
  • Multiple Licensing options

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