In three easy steps, create and share operation views that include maps, lists, charts, gauges, and more, based on live geographic data defined in a map or web service.
Use your operation view to focus on aspects of the operation that matter to you. Monitor services, deliveries, people, vehicles, and more, anywhere in the world, in four steps.
Use your operation view in a browser. Nothing to install—just open an operation view and keep updated on your operations, even from your iPad.
Bring your unique business logic into your operation view using custom widgets, feature actions, and map tools.
Bring together a common view of the systems and resources you manage. Monitor real-time data feeds for large-scale events or day-to-day operations on your desktop or tablet device. Create focused executive dashboards that integrate maps, charts, and graphs.
There are certain device requirements to run Operations Dashboard. Operations Dashboard is supported in a number of languages.
To use your maps in Operations Dashboard, you must have an ArcGIS organizational account. ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS 10.3.1 and later are supported. Extensions to the browser app require ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS 10.4 or later.
Your maps can include data from ArcGIS Online, Portal for ArcGIS, and ArcGIS for Server. Data sources must be hosted on ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS 10.1 for Server or later.
If shared publicly, an operation view can be viewed in the browser app without signing in.
Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS 10.3.3 was released in August 2016. It includes the following:
The browser app for Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS was updated in June 2016. It includes the following enhancements:
Today, Operations Dashboard is a great app for monitoring your operations. But there is more to come! We are currently building the next generation of the app: a browser app that will be fully functional, with no need to download a Windows app. You have long requested the ability to author operation views in the browser, and with the next generation of the app you'll be able to! You'll see the layouts and docking of widgets that you love in the Windows app making their way into the browser. In addition, labels and smart mapping will be supported. Read more about it in our blog post or join the beta.