Environmental Systems Research Institute
ESRI is giving vouchers to use their services!
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On the ArcGIS Online platform, many global contents are provided by Esri:
- Demographic & Human activities Maps
- Geophysics Maps
- Environmental Maps
The participants to the D4D Challenge can also access much of the content provided by the Esri community which is for its majority, available for free:
- For Senegal, 223 layers referenced
- Pour l’Afrique, 3456 layers referenced
- Also, global datasets like the Landsat's
This content is directly usable with accounts created following the following method.
ArcGIS Online is an online mapping platform to discover, create, manage, analyse and share geographic data, within an organization and beyond.
You will be able to start easily, relying on Esri’s cloud services.
It will allow you to access ready-to-use and configurable apps (web, mobile, office), geographical reference data (base map, roads data database, traffic, geocoding, physical and environmental, socio-economic and demographic data) mapping and spatial analysis capabilities.
Customize existing apps or creating new web, mobile or office apps, with modern APIs and SDKs.
Two URLs to remember to start right now: www.arcgis.com and http://developers.arcgis.com
How to access the voucher?
Log in on http://developers.arcgis.com.
If you don’t have an account, you can create one for free.
Once you are logged in, click on your name, then on “Redeem Voucher”.
You will then see a screen on which you can enter your code (one for each team): OrangeD4D.
Then, you can track your credits’ consumption under the icone (« Usage Summary »), as you’re using your voucher.