Author: Ryan Anderson

Deploying ArcGIS Portal and Your First Web Applications with the LGIM

Deploying ArcGIS Portal and Your First Web Applications with the LGIM

If you’re an avid reader of the Farallon blog you have no doubt noticed our series of posts on Esri’s LGIM. See for example: Esri’s LGIM competes with customized GIS solutions for using geodata in local government. As those posts note a migration from a legacy system to LGIM is non-trivial, but made far easier with Farallon’s ETL workflows. What do you gain when you migrate your data to...
For Historical Preservation in Queen Anne’s County, It’s All About Connections

For Historical Preservation in Queen Anne’s County, It’s All About Connections

“I have worked and collected materials, researched and documented and listened for 15 years. This is why Arches is such a gem for me as it is the best possible place to preserve all of this (historical data).”  – Mary Margaret Revell Goodwin — Queen Anne’s County Historian These are some kind words about Arches Cultural Heritage and Asset Management software from Queen Anne’s County. Farallon worked with  the Queen...
Arches Asset Management Framework Handles More than Just Cultural Heritage

Arches Asset Management Framework Handles More than Just Cultural Heritage

The Arches platform and Arches HIP (Historic Inventory Package) application are designed with cultural heritage in mind, but what if you want to manage other types of data? Arches Framework can manage any kind of asset or inventory Fear not, the application-style construction of Arches makes it possible to create your own implementation to manage just about any type of data while leveraging the core data management capabilities of...