Extend the reach of ArcGIS into the field and improve the accuracy and currency of your spatial data. Create and share maps for data collection in two steps.
Create the data that matters to your organization, from damage reports and service requests to places of historical interest. Easily include images and videos and share your work.
Field work takes you places without a data connection. Take your maps and data offline, collect data, and get back in sync once reconnected.
Your industry has its own common datasets. Download templates to create the basic data structure you require, and customize it for your particular job.
Collect and update data in the field, log your current location, and put the data you capture to work so you can make more informed and timely decisions. Use maps anywhere to ground-truth your data, make observations, and respond to events. You'll improve the efficiency of your field work force and the accuracy of your GIS.
There are certain device requirements to run Collector, as well as requirements on the data that is used within the app. Collector is supported in a number of languages.
To use your maps in Collector, you must have an ArcGIS organizational account. Your maps can include data from ArcGIS Online, Portal for ArcGIS, and ArcGIS for Server.
Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian (), Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian (), Lithuanian (), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.
The language used by the app is determined by your device's language setting.
Collector for ArcGIS 10.2.5 was released in July 2014 on Android and August 2014 on iOS. It includes various bug fixes.
Collector for ArcGIS 10.2.4 was released in July 2014. It includes the following enhancements:
Offline workflow support for Collector effective March 2014 (version 10.2.2).
Today Collector is a great app for collecting and editing your data in the field. But there is more to come! The following outlines where we'd like to take this app: