Welcome to the Esri Australia Technical Blog


Another Esri Australia blog?! That’s right, but this one is specifically targeted at those who are interested in the technology aspects behind the ever-changing world of GIS. It also gives us a good excuse to discuss ways you can get the most out of the Esri products you’re working with. 

We want this blog to be a two-way communication platform.

  • See that Suggest a Topic button up there? Please feel free to use it.
  • If you would like to be a guest-author on the blog and have something you would like to blog about – please get in touch.
  • Like/dislike a blog post – use the rating buttons at the top of each blog post. This will give us an idea of what you want to hear more of… and less of.
  • Let us know what you think of the blog posts via the comments.  (Keep it clean.  Seriously).

The post authors are all technically orientated – our certifed trainers, support analysts, professional service and product development techies.

Topics will range from detailed how-to’s (e.g. How to get started with the Android API) to frequently asked questions (e.g Installation Problems, re-occurring issues we are seeing support, etc).

So what makes this blog different from all the Esri Blogs out there?- We will put more focus on examples and demos with how we think Esri fits into the Australian GIS Sector.

The best way to stay updated on new blog entries is to subscribe to the RSS feed.
If you are unfamiliar with how to do this, please see this helpful article on the Esri Support blog.

Hopefully this blog will evolve into a useful resource for all our Esri Australia users.

Stay tuned and spread the word…

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