Category: ArcGIS Pto

  • While ArcGIS Pro is primarily a 2D GIS tool it has the ability to do both simple and more advanced 3D visualisations. Start ArcGIS Pro as normally and create a 2D map the includes the feature layers you wish to visualize in 3D. In this case Forist, trees, tree groups and buildings. Now add a […]

  • Using WFS in ArcGIS Pro

    In most situations, using a WFS is without problems and the section Connecting to a WFS server is all you need, however, ArcGIS pro, by default, only fetches 3000 features pr. data layer. If you run into this restriction read the section on Handling situations where you do not receive all the data you need […]

  • Installing ArcGIS Pro

    For most people, the easiest way to install ArcGIS Pro is to go to ArcGIS online ( and sign in with your user credentials. In the top right corner, click on your username. Then click on “My Settings” And the chosen licences scroll down to ArcGIS pro and chose download ArcGIA Pro Before installing, make […]

  • In ArcGIS pro you can open webdata

  • Accessing data in ArcGIS Pro

    ArcGIS Pro does not, as such, come with any preinstalled data, although there typically is a series of “Base maps” that can be used as background maps or to print a topographical map of somewhere. See more in the article “BaseMaps in ArcGIS PRO”. In the following, you can find articles on how to access […]

  • ArcGIS Pro insterlation


  • In this video, I will wake you through the basic operations of making a map using other desktop GIS ArcGIS Pro