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Learn How to Achieve Interoperability Using the Esri ArcGIS Platform and OGC Standards

June 25, 2014

Learn How to Achieve Interoperability Using the Esri ArcGIS Platform and OGC Standards

Redlands, Calif., June 19, 2014—Sharing geographic information system (GIS) data and maps with a global audience is becoming more important every day. But in order to share geospatial solutions worldwide, GIS technology needs to be interoperable—complying with common standards-based data formats and web protocols. Esri’s ArcGIS platform supports and uses specifications from the most influential