Extensions are products that integrate seamlessly with ArcGIS Pro to enhance productivity and analysis. Extensions are purchased and licensed separately from the core product. More information about extensions is available from the ArcGIS Pro What You Get page.
The ArcGIS 3D Analyst extension provides tools to create and analyze surfaces and other 3D data. You can manage lidar data, conduct visibility analysis, evaluate the geometric properties of 3D features, and use TINs as an elevation source.
The ArcGIS Business Analyst extension provides tools to perform GIS operations fundamental to market analysis. You can perform demographic reporting, review customer and competitor distributions, identify key trade areas, and visualize data variables.
The ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst extension provides tools for advanced data exploration, including trends, local variability, clustering, and spatial correlation. You can create surface models with a variety of interpolation techniques, including kriging. Surface models can be evaluated by cross-validation and other diagnostics.
The ArcGIS Image Analyst extension provides tools for the visualization, measurement, and analysis of image data. You can compile 3D feature data with stereo viewing and mapping capabilities, work with oblique imagery in image space, perform image classification, and analyze image data using a variety of image processing tools and functions.
The ArcGIS Network Analyst extension provides transportation network-based analysis tools for solving complex routing problems. It uses a configurable transportation network data model, allowing you to represent your organization's unique road network requirements. You can plan routes for an entire fleet, calculate drive-time polygons, locate facilities, and solve other transportation network related problems.
The ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension provides tools for creating and analyzing raster data and for performing integrated analysis of raster and vector data. You can derive surfaces, such as slope and aspect, from digital elevation models; create site suitability models using weighted overlay analysis; and perform complex landscape analysis, such as finding least-cost paths or modeling material flows, concentrations, and dispersions over a surface.
Data and Workflows
The ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension is an extract, transform, load (ETL) toolset for spatial data. It runs within the ArcGIS geoprocessing framework using Safe Software's Feature Manipulation Engine (FME) technology. The extension allows ArcGIS Pro to import, use, and export nonnative spatial data formats. In addition, you can create custom spatial data formats based on built-in formats and transformers.
This extension is installed separately from ArcGIS Pro.
The ArcGIS Data Reviewer extension provides tools to automate and simplify your data quality control process. You can review your data for errors through automated or visual means, and centrally manage correction and verification procedures. Built-in error checking capabilities can be enhanced or customized with geoprocessing models and scripts.
The ArcGIS Publisher extension allows you to share mobile map packages directly with Explorer for ArcGIS mobile app users. Users can open the map package and use the map without signing in to ArcGIS Online.
Each regional StreetMap Premium for ArcGIS extension provides enriched street data for multiscale cartographic mapping, accurate geocoding, and optimized network analysis, including routing and driving directions.
These extensions are installed separately from ArcGIS Pro.
The ArcGIS Territory Design extension provides tools to build, edit, balance, and maintain territories for point and polygon datasets. Using custom boundaries or the geography layers within Business Analyst, you can automatically create, balance, and edit sales regions, services areas, or franchise zones.
This extension is bundled with ArcGIS Business Analyst.
The ArcGIS Workflow Manager extension helps you standardize, manage, and track GIS work (as well as nonGIS or hybrid work) throughout your business in an ArcGIS multiuser geodatabase environment. Complex processes can be represented as step-based workflows. Job progress can be tracked and reported at each stage of the workflow. Dependencies and parent-child relationships can be managed. Geodatabase synchronization tools facilitate offline work.
The Aviation Airports extension provides tools to help ensure that operational data meets airport regulatory requirements. It includes a ready-to-use airport geodatabase, preconfigured data checks, tools for managing obstruction surfaces, data editing templates, and automated import and export between geodatabase feature classes and shapefiles.
The Esri Defense Mapping extension provides tools for specialized data collection and attribution, geodatabase maintenance, and data validation, as required by Topographic Data Store (TDS) and Multinational Geospatial Co-Production Program (MGCP) products.
The Maritime Charting extension provides tools to manage hydrographic information. You can create, manage, and store S-100 vector-based products.
The ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing extension provides functionality and tools for building and maintaining a linear referencing system for pipelines. The extension offers a predefined data model and also allows you to define your own data model.
The Esri Production Mapping extension provides tools to standardize and streamline GIS workflows across your enterprise in the areas of geographic feature collection, data management and quality control, and cartographic production.
The ArcGIS Utility Network Management extension provides functionality and tools to model utility and telecommunications networks. You can create and edit features to represent any type of utility equipment, add real-world behavior to features, analyze network connectivity and flow, and assess the impact of events such as storms, outages, or equipment failure.
This extension requires an ArcGIS Enterprise deployment.