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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

The early release of ArcPad 7.1 is available for partners and international distributors

With much anticipation, ArcPad 7.1 has been released to ESRI business partners and International distributors. The download is available at the restricted US business partners’ website and the ESRI international distributors' website. The web release to general public will follow shortly.

ArcPad 7.1 introduces the following enhancements:

· Out-of-box solutions to view and edit relational databases in the field.

· QuickProject – A simple data template to capture various shapefiles and help both new and experienced users become immediately productive.

· StreetMap extension – Includes the most recent North American street map data from Tele Atlas, providing geocoding, routing functionalities, and a preconfigured basemap for users at no additional cost.

· Enhanced query capabilities – Includes a query builder and query forms that support predefined customized queries.

· ArcPad Data Manager extension for ArcGIS Desktop – Interactive tools in ArcMap and ArcPad geoprocessing tools allow simple automation of field workflows and easier management of mobile GIS project deployments.

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  • At Friday, November 30, 2007 2:12:00 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Yeah!!! Nothing on yet, guess I'll call my rep.

  • At Friday, December 14, 2007 4:23:00 am, Blogger Jian Lange said…

    The ArcPad 7.1 download is now available at ESRI's main website:



  • At Tuesday, January 29, 2008 10:31:00 am, Blogger Amy Kletzien Riker said…

    If I wanted to use ArcPad in Honduras (La Ceiba specifically), how would I go about doing that? Is there any base data that I could use so that when I get to Honduras, I can see the existing roads etc?

    Amy Riker

  • At Wednesday, January 30, 2008 4:32:00 pm, Blogger Marika said…

    The ArcPad APPLICATION will 'work' anywhere. Open the world sample data, turn on your GPS (in Honduras) and a cursor will appear on the map in the correct location. Detailed DATA for a particular area (eg: roads) is quite a different question. For this you can try various sources. Start with ESRI Data & Maps product, or the local ESRI distributor.


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