The simple sketching tools in GeoPlanner make it easy for everyone to design scenarios. Sketch points, lines, and polygons using the feature types available in different templates. Create custom templates for GeoPlanner using ArcGIS for Desktop.
Dashboards update dynamically as you create, modify, or delete features. Immediate feedback in charts and gauges helps you understand your plan metrics and design impacts. View performance indicators created from equations based on attributes and constants.
Use cloud-based spatial analysis, GeoEnrichment, weighted raster overlay, and layer classification to increase your locational awareness and understanding of the areas around and within your planning designs.
Understand how design alternatives and their impacts differ through a side-by-side comparison utility. View dashboards so you can compare two designs qualitatively, quantitatively, and visually.
GeoPlanner allows you to design and plan in a collaborative online environment that integrates easily discoverable data and powerful spatial analysis tools. It leverages your ArcGIS Online organization so you and others can access your designs from anywhere using different devices.
There are certain software and data requirements to access and use GeoPlanner.
You must have an ArcGIS organizational account to use GeoPlanner. You can access any data shared on ArcGIS Online. To use your own data in GeoPlanner, upload it to your organization in ArcGIS Online. Share it with your project group, your organization, or the public so others can discover it.
GeoPlanner for ArcGIS was released in May 2014.