ArcGIS Dashboards enables users to convey information by presenting location-based analytics using intuitive and interactive data visualisations on a single screen. Make decisions, visualise trends, monitor status in real time, and inform your communities. Tailor dashboards to your audience, giving them the ability to slice the data to get the answers they need.
Make better decisions with ArcGIS Dashboards
Monitor people, services, assets, and events in real time and on a single screen.
Why ArcGIS Dashboards?
Easy to understand
Dashboards are visual displays that present data in an easy-to-read format. All relevant information can be seen on a single screen, facilitating understanding quickly and easily.
Ready to use
Get started creating dashboards today with an app that features a robust suite of data visualization tools, including maps, lists, charts, and gauges, that are ready to use.
Help your audience answer questions and solve problems by giving users a tool they can interact with. Dashboard elements are linked, providing dynamic results as users explore your data.
Build a dashboard that fits your needs and takes advantage of the data you have. Pull in external content and integrate with other web apps—the power is in your hands.
Adapt dashboards to specific audiences, events, and situations. With multiple structure and design options, configuration is streamlined and straightforward.
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Fully integrated with ArcGIS
ArcGIS Dashboards leverages all your ArcGIS data and takes it further with the ability to bring in data from other sources, including real-time feeds, to give additional context and scope. ArcGIS Online gives you full control of sharing your dashboards so you can decide who sees them—your team, your organisation, or even the public.
In a highly ambitious and collaborative project that leaves a lasting legacy, Transport for West Midlands has developed a state-of-the-art ArcGIS Dashboard that combines live transport data from 17 public and private sector partners with crowd-sourced information.
Learn how to display multiple data visualisations on a single screen that supports dynamic data exploration, real-time operations monitoring, and informed decision-making. The course covers dashboard types, design considerations, layout options, and techniques to organise and focus dashboard elements to meet the specific information needs of your audience.