• Beta

    LocalMaps 3.x is the next generation capability that will take your Web GIS even further. Today we are pleased to release the first component for 3.x for users to get stuck into.

  • It is with great pleasure that Eagle Technology announces Reuben Painter of the University Of Canterbury, New Zealand as the Winner of the New Zealand Esri Young

    NZ Esri Young Scholar
  • New to Esri Technical Certification exams? Read this blog to help you through the process of sitting an exam.

    Step 1 – Decide on the exam you want to take.

    Esri Technical Certification
  • 3D view of Transmission Gully Motorway

    Since the start of the year the New Zealand Imagery, the New Zealand Elevation and the New Zealand Hillshade layers have received new data updates.

  • RUCs Online

    The New Zealand Esri Users Group and Eagle Technology will be delivering the 2022 Regional User Conference (RUC)s over two 4-hour sessions in April.

    2022 RUCs
  • Utilising your ArcGIS Education Institution Licence, Image by Priscilla Du Preez from

    If “The application of GIS is limited only by the imagination of those who use it”. Jack Dangermond, Esri then our tertiary education institutions are the prime location to do explore and imagine with GIS.

  • With the NZ National Elevation Programme providing more and more freely available LiDAR data for NZ, we wanted to hear about some of the great ways in which you are using this treasure trove of data along with ArcGIS to solve issues of all kinds, all scales and all across New Zealand.

    So, to help gather these stories, we are asking you to tell us about your work based upon the newly available LiDAR data as well as derived data sources such as Eagle Technology's Elevation WebService which incorporates this data.

  • With the move to virtual for this year's NZ Esri User Conference (NZEUC), we chose to split the whole-day sessions into a plenary 1/2 day followed by 4 separate stream webinars over the 2 following weeks. While we are missing out on the face-to-face connections of the in-person events, going virtual has allowed these events to be open to all and as a result we have had well over 1000 registered participants for the few first events.

  • GIS has become integral to managing emergencies in New Zealand. This includes many Emergency Management-focussed organisations who use and embed it within their intelligence processes to collect, store, analyse and display information for decision-making before, during, and after events.

  • GIS in Agriculture

    Agriculture is one of New Zealand’s leading industries, employing thousands of people and contributing to a significant portion of the country’s overseas trade.

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