Part of the Esri Geospatial Cloud, ArcGIS Dashboards is a configurable web app that provides location-aware data visualisation and analytics for a real-time operational view of people, services, assets, and events. From a dynamic dashboard, view the activities and key performance indicators most vital to meeting your organisation's objectives.

What ArcGIS Dashboards can do for you

Common View

Support collaboration by providing a common operating view of key performance indicators to help everyone understand what is working well and what needs attention.


Ready to use

Enrich your data with a diverse set of visualization tools to enable actionable decision-making. Give stakeholders at-a-glance insights into key performance indicators.



Adapt to any situation or event, whether it's simple or complex, indoor or outdoor. Monitor the people, services, assets, and actions that are most relevant to your event or activities.



Monitor, track, and assess the critical factors for successful operations, even as a situation develops. Use data analytics to support strategic and tactical decisions across your organisation.



Create and configure dashboards to be independent or interactive. Provide a common view on the wall of your operations center, or get a drill-down view that can be filtered at your desk.


To find out more about ArcGIS Dashboards call or email a product specialist on (021) 2709 9881 – 84.

How it works


Create a dashboard

Start with a clean slate and launch ArcGIS Dashboards from the App Switcher or by creating a new web app from a web map.


Add elements

Select from a rich library of visual elements - charts, indicators, gauges, lists, maps, and more. Configure your data and visualisation to present it your way.


Set layout

Drag, group, stack, and resize elements. You can move them around, adjust their size, and try different colors or background themes.


Build interactivity

Use the framework to control elements within your dashboard. Build interactions that let users derive key performance indicators.


Save, test, and share

Once you have saved your adjusted dashboard, you will want to test to be sure it works the way you need it to. Then, you're ready to share it with others.