Latest ARIS news

Grid & Raster Editor now supports ArcGIS 10.8/10.8.1

Most important changes in the latest ARIS Grid & Raster Editor for ArcMap version:

  • Compatible with ArcGIS 10.8 and 10.8.1 (and still ArcGIS 10.0 - 10.7.1).
  • Program files and setup are digitally signed with a Code Signing Certificate.

The Grid & Raster Editor provides a set of drawing tools to easily edit rasters in ArcGIS. For instance, one can change the value of a single cell, or change the value of more cells by sketching in the map.


DataProcessing Tool available for ArcGIS 10.7.1

The ARIS DataProcessing Tool for ArcMap is now available for ArcGIS 10.7/10.7.1 and previous ArcGIS 10 versions. The DataProcessing Tool provides functionality for working with large amounts of metadata, layerfiles and mxd-files in ArcGIS or in a Python GUI/IDE like IDLE, PythonWin or PyScripter. Time consuming and complex management tasks can easily, efficiently and reproducible be performed using Python scripts.

In the ArcGIS 10.2 - 10.7 versions a check is added on the required pywin32 package during install.


DotNet Scripting: New Version for ArcGIS 10.4.1

Use your .Net code in ArcMap just as easy as you were used to work with VBA scripts. With the ARIS .Net Scripting Tool you can create, edit and run DotNet code within an ArcMap session. A perfect solution to test parts of your code during application development or to switch from VBA to VB.Net.

Now available for ArcGIS 10.3 / 10.3.1 / 10.4 / 10.4.1.


Export Tools available for ArcGIS 10.6

The ARIS Export Tools for ArcGIS are now available for ArcGIS 10.6 and previous ArcGIS 10 versions. The Export Tools provide functionality for exporting (selected) features to GeoJSON or KML files.

This release contains some small bug-fixes and extended information in the manual to get started (incl. an example).


ASCII Grid Reader new version for ArcGIS 10.4.1

The ARIS ASCII Grid Reader is now available for ArcGIS 10.4.1 and older ArcGIS versions.

Since the ArcGIS 10.0 version support for some non-ESRI ASCII Grids:

  • Non-square cell size by using keywords XCELLSIZE and YCELLSIZE
  • Non-square cell size by using keywords XDIM and YDIM
  • Non-numeric Nodata value like "NULL", "NA", "mv", "!", "-"
  • Any order of the keywords in the header
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