Google Maps Data in ArcGIS
Worldwide coverage for Google Maps directly in ArcMap, with the convenience of a low-cost monthly subscription. Print, export, view layout, and handle multiple projections — it’s all here.
- Basemaps – Streets, Satellite, Terrain and Labels
- Served as native MapServer layers for maximum compatibility
- Streetview – View your data in Google Streetview. Quickly collect point data from Streetview.
- Oblique Maps – View your data over Google Oblique Maps (4 different angles)
- Fully integrated with ArcMap Find Window and Identify tool
- Now there are two ways to view Google Imagery in ArcGIS! Compare Arc2Earth with new Google Imagery Program
Comprehensive ArcGIS to Google Maps Engine tools
Publish Maps and Layers. View and Query existing Maps and Layers
- Add and manage multiple accounts and projects
- Display Maps and Layers as MapServers in ArcMap
- Upload Maps and Layers (underlying vector data and style information)
- Vector data available as FeatureServer layers
- Check in / Check out vector data for editing in ArcGIS
- Coming soon!
Import & Export KML
Export your maps in KML format for viewing in Google Earth, with support for printing, multiple projections, and multiple layers per map.
- Converts ArcGIS symbology into the equivalent KML tags
- KML Regions – Split large raster and vector data into Regions for efficient loading in Google Earth
- KML TimeStamps – Animate your data using time and date attributes
- Track your KMZ Documents using Google Analytics
- Info Window Creator – See your layer’s data in preview mode while you build popup HTML balloons
- Easily import data from KML, KMZ, GeoRSS (Simple), GeoRSS (GML)
- Use KML Description Templates to import attribute data from popup balloons
- Import tile layers from Bing, Yahoo Maps, Open Streetmap, and other tile sources
- Import and cache tiles for offline use
Create Map Tile Caches
Dramatically improve the time it takes to display complex maps. Create map title caches for Google Maps, Leaflet, OpenLayers, ArcGIS Server and Mapbox.
- Export tiles to a local machine, your MapBox account or Amazon S3
- Command Line Tools: Integrate tile creation and maintenance into your own workflow
- Multi Cutters: Automatically use multiple tile cutter processes on multi-core CPUs
- Change Detection: Minimize tile maintenance time with automatic routines to detect where data has changed in your cache
- Open your MXD Documents in TileMill using TileMill Connect. Converts your entire map into CartoCSS.
- Tile Formats: Google, Bing, ArcGIS Server, MBTiles (MapBox, TileStream) and TMS