The following Data Appliance 6.3 for ArcGIS services are available for you to publish and use with your ArcGIS applications. Click the service name to view a full service description including copyright and attribution information.
The services are grouped into the following categories:
- Basemaps—Layers meant to be used on their own or overlaid with other layers
- Reference layers—Layers intended to be overlaid on basemaps to provide reference information
- World Elevation—Elevation layers for analysis, 2D, and 3D visualizations
- Elevation analysis—Geoprocessing tools for performing analysis on elevation data
This map is designed to be used as a general reference map for informational and educational purposes as well as a basemap by GIS professionals and other users.
This map presents land-cover imagery for the world and detailed topographic maps for the United States at various scales.
This map draws attention to your thematic content by providing a neutral background with minimal colors, labels, and features.
This map portrays elevation as an artistic hillshade.
This map is a compilation of satellite and aerial imagery worldwide.
This basemap provides a neutral background for your data with minimal colors, labels, and features.
This map includes bathymetry and inland waters and roads, overlaid on land-cover and shaded relief imagery.
This map presents the Natural Earth physical map for the world.
This map portrays surface elevation as shaded relief. It is intended for use as a basemap layer to add shaded relief to other GIS maps—this map is in mature support.
This map presents a street map with highway-level data for the world and detailed streets in many populated areas of the world.
This map includes administrative boundaries, cities, water features, physiographic features, parks, landmarks, highways, roads, railways, and airports.
This map includes country boundaries, first-order (state/province) internal administrative boundaries for most countries, and place-names for the world. The map is designed to be overlaid on imagery basemaps.
This map includes country boundaries, first-order (state/province) internal administrative boundaries for most countries, and place-names for the world. The map is designed to be overlaid on lighter backgrounds such as shaded relief basemaps.
This map provides labels for selected cities and towns around the world, in support of the World Dark Gray Base map.
This reference map provides labels for selected cities and towns around the world in support of World Light Gray Base.
This map includes surface and subsurface feature names, and derived depths for use with the World Ocean Base map.
This map presents transportation data, including highways, roads, railroads, and airports, for the world. This map should be overlaid on imagery basemaps.
This is a world elevation layer composed of multiresolution and multisource elevation data (DTM), which provides access to elevation values and derivatives such as slope, aspect, and hillshade to use in analysis and visualization.
This is a world elevation surface to use for oblique viewing in scenes in ArcGIS Pro and the ArcGIS Online scene viewer.
The Profile geoprocessing tool calculates profile tables for lines you specify on a global elevation dataset.