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ArcGIS Data Interoperability


ArcGIS Data Interoperability is an extension to ArcGIS Desktop that enables you to easily use and distribute data in many formats. Take advantage of the spatial extract, transform, and load (ETL) capabilities to eliminate barriers to data sharing and provide accurate spatial data to your users.

With ArcGIS Data Interoperability, you can

  • Read more than 100 spatial data formats including GML, XML, WFS, Autodesk DWG/DXF, MicroStation Design, MapInfo MID/MIF and TAB, Oracle and Oracle Spatial, and Intergraph GeoMedia Warehouse.
  • Share data with anyone by exporting to more than 70 spatial data formats.
  • Build complex spatial ETL processes using FME Workbench, a semantic data translation engine with more than 240 specialized transformers for data transformation, migration, validation, and distribution.
  • Incorporate these formats and ETL processes in the geoprocessing framework using tools, ModelBuilder, and scripts.

The ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension appeals to a wide range of users, including

  • Government agencies responsible for
    • Delivering data
    • Sharing information across departments
    • Distributing data and maps to the public
  • GIS service providers
  • Engineering and integration consultants
  • Data publishers and conversion companies
  • GIS data portals/clearinghouses
  • Utility companies accepting data from contractors
  • Enterprise organizations with multiple database GIS technologies

These are just a few of the ways ArcGIS Data Interoperability can help organizations improve their productivity by working with a single GIS that integrates data from many sources. Request a free 60-day trial to see how it can help you.

Formats Gallery

Directly access all standard data formats without the need to convert between formats.

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