ArcGIS Data Interoperability
ArcGIS Data Interoperability eliminates barriers to spatial data sharing by providing state-of-the-art direct data access; data translation tools; and the ability to build complex spatial extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) processes.
ArcGIS Data Interoperability allows you to use any standard GIS data, regardless of format, within the ArcGIS for Desktop environment for mapping, visualisation, and analysis. The Workbench application, included with the extension, enables you to build complex spatial ETL tools for data validation, migration, and distribution.
With the ArcGIS Data Interoperability data integration tools, you can:
- Directly 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, and export to more than 70 spatial data formats;
- Perform automated conversion between source and destination formats;
- Create, manipulate, and convert geometry and attributes using spatial ETL tools built with the Workbench application; and
- Enjoy full integration with the ArcGIS geoprocessing environment including the ModelBuilder framework.
Who benefits from ArcGIS Data Interoperability?
Government agencies responsible for:
- Delivering data;
- Sharing information across departments; and
- 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; and
- Enterprise organisations with multiple database GIS technologies.
ArcGIS Data Interoperability is also available as an extension for ArcGIS for Server and ArcGIS Engine.
Learn more about how the ArcGIS platform conforms to open standards and enterprise IT frameworks so users can incorporate GIS in any application.
Find out more about the 150 transformers included within the ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension to help you manipulate your data and integrate it into complex data models.