The ArcGIS 10.5.0 GeoEvent Server extends the ArcGIS Platform's capabilities by incorporating real-time data into your GIS applications. It allows you to:
ArcGIS Solutions provides you with a number of custom components to extend out-of-the-box functionality of the GeoEvent Server and get you started working with real-time data in your organization. Download and deploy these components 'as is', or go to the ArcGIS Solutions for GeoEvent repository on GitHub to get the source code. Use the code as samples for your own projects, or fork and clone the repository to have all of the source code at your fingertips! From there it belongs to you:
For more information on how to use the GeoEvent Server components to consume, analyze, and transmit real-time data go to the GeoEvent Server support page.
GeoEvent Server Components for ArcGIS Solutions requires specific technical experience and software. Minimum system requirements for ArcGIS GeoEvent Server for Server can be found on the Support website.
|Connectors||Custom connectors pair inbound transports with inbound adaptors, or outbound transports with outbound adapters. Pair any custom or out of the box transport with any custom or out of the box adapter to create new connectors that consume and transmit real-time data.|
|Custom Inbound Transports||Connect and listen to streaming data sources.|
|Custom Outbound Transports||Push streaming data out to external systems.|
|Custom Inbound Adapters||Read incoming streams of data and format them into GeoEvents.|
|Custom Outbound Adapters||Convert GeoEvents to formats readable by external systems.|
|Processors||Process and analyze GeoEvents using custom processors. Chain processors together to create robust workflows for your real-time data.|
|Simulation files||Use sample simulation files to test GeoEvent components.|
Below are the release dates and notes for GeoEvent Server Components for ArcGIS Solutions. If you need support, please contact Esri Support Services. If you'd like to get help from other military and intelligence community members, post your question on GeoNet.