ArcGIS Pro extensions

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 Overview page.

Advanced analysis


3D Analyst

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.

Business Analyst

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.

Geostatistical Analyst

The ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst extension provides tools for advanced surface modeling and data exploration. You can create interpolation models with a variety of statistical techniques to identify trends, spatial variation, clustering, and more. Models can be evaluated by cross-validation and other diagnostics.

Image Analyst

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.

Network Analyst

The ArcGIS Network Analyst extension provides transportation network-based analysis tools for solving complex routing problems. It uses a configurable utility network or transportation network data model, allowing you to represent your organization's unique utility or road network requirements. You can plan routes for an entire fleet, calculate drive-time polygons, locate facilities, and solve transportation network-related problems.

Spatial Analyst

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.

ArcGIS Pro extensions for advanced analysis

Data and workflows


ArcGIS Reality for ArcGIS Pro

The ArcGIS Reality for ArcGIS Pro extension expands ortho mapping capabilities with high-fidelity 3D and 2D product generation. Using drone and digital aerial imagery, you can create full resolution DSMs, True Orthos, 2D DSM meshes, dense 3D point clouds, and photo-realistic 3D meshes. You can also create Ortho Mapping products using satellite and scanned aerial imagery. Wizards guide you through photogrammetric workflows to create workspaces for your imagery type, perform block adjustment, and product generation.

Data Interoperability

The ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension is an extract, transform, load (ETL) toolset for spatial and nonspatial data. It runs within the ArcGIS geoprocessing framework using Spatial ETL tools authored with Safe Software's Feature Manipulation Engine (FME) Workbench application, or interactively in the Workbench application launched from the Analysis tab. The extension allows ArcGIS Pro to import, use, and export hundreds of file, database, and web 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.

Data Reviewer

The ArcGIS Data Reviewer extension provides tools to automate and simplify your data quality control process. You can review 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.

Indoor Positioning System (IPS)

ArcGIS IPS is an indoor positioning system (IPS) extension that provides accurate geolocation for a wide variety of indoor location use cases. ArcGIS IPS allows you to locate yourself indoors by displaying a blue dot on a digital indoor map, share your real-time location with others (opt-in), track the real-time location of others (opt-in), capture location-based data, and discover analytical insights.


This extension is installed separately from ArcGIS Pro.


An ArcGIS Indoors Pro or ArcGIS Indoors Maps license is required to use Indoors geoprocessing tools to load floor plan data and create a routable network, configure Indoors categories and launch actions, and author and share floor-aware maps in ArcGIS Pro. The ArcGIS Indoors Maps also provides access to Indoor Viewer, Indoors Mobile, and Indoors Kiosk for floor plan modeling and wayfinding.


These extensions are installed separately from ArcGIS Pro.


The ArcGIS LocateXT extension provides tools to extract geographic coordinates, place-names, and other location-based data from unstructured text and convert the information to a point feature class.


The ArcGIS Publisher extension allows you to share mobile map packages directly with ArcGIS Field Maps mobile app users. Users can open the map package and use the map without signing in to ArcGIS Online.

StreetMap Premium

Each regional ArcGIS StreetMap Premium 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.

Territory Design

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 in Business Analyst, you can automatically create, balance, and edit sales regions, service areas, or franchise zones.


This extension is bundled with ArcGIS Business Analyst.

Workflow Manager

The ArcGIS Workflow Manager extension is the desktop component of the service-based architecture of ArcGIS Workflow Manager Server that allows you to create seamless, end-to-end workflows across desktop, web, and mobile platforms. Workflow Manager is a scalable enterprise workflow management system that automates and simplifies many aspects of performing and managing repeatable GIS and non-GIS work to increase productivity in an organization.

Workflow Manager (Classic)

ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) is the traditional version of Workflow Manager that helps you standardize, manage, and track GIS work (as well as non-GIS or hybrid work) in a multiuser geodatabase environment. You can represent complex processes as step-based workflows, and track and report job progress at each stage of the workflow. You can manage dependencies and parent-child relationships. Geodatabase synchronization tools facilitate offline work.

ArcGIS Pro extensions for data and workflows

Industry focused


Aviation Airports

The ArcGIS 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.

Aviation Charting

The ArcGIS Aviation Charting extension provides tools to create navigational products for aviation, efficiently manage aviation data, and comply with regulatory standards in an enterprise environment. It includes an aviation data model for your geodatabase; tools for editing, visualization, and data management; and 3D visualization options for effective airspace management.


The ArcGIS Bathymetry extension provides tools for creating a Bathymetric Information System (BIS), editing and exporting BIS data, and creating products as well as refined and generalized shoal-biased data suitable for use in nautical chart production.

Defense Mapping

The ArcGIS 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 ArcGIS Maritime extension provides tools to manage hydrographic information. You can create, import, symbolize, manage, and store S-57 and S-100 vector-based products, S-4 paper products, and Vector Product Format (VPF) data in Digital Nautical Chart (DNC) format.

Pipeline Referencing

The ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing extension provides functionality and tools for building and maintaining a linear referencing system (LRS) Network for pipelines. The extension includes a predefined data model and also allows you to define your own data model.


This extension requires an ArcGIS Enterprise deployment.

Production Mapping

The ArcGIS Production Mapping extension provides tools to standardize and streamline GIS workflows across your enterprise in the areas of topographic map production, geographic feature collection, and data management and quality control.

Roads and Highways

ArcGIS Roads and Highways is a linear referencing system (LRS) solution that provides tools to visualize and maintain roadway LRS Networks and associated event data. The extension includes a predefined data model that also allows you to define your own data model.


This extension requires an ArcGIS Enterprise deployment.

ArcGIS Pro industry-focused extensions

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