ESRI is an American company, a manufacturer of geographic information systems. The ArcGIS family of software products has become widespread in the world and, in particular, in Russia. According to some estimates, its share in the international GIS market is about 35%.
ArcGIS Desktop is a desktop geographic information system with maximum functionality in the ArcGIS product line. It includes all the functionality of ArcGIS for Desktop Basic (ArcView) and ArcGIS for Desktop Standard (ArcEditor) and is expanded with additional tools for spatial analysis and data processing, as well as professional mapping tools. In the world of geographic information systems ArcGIS for Desktop Advanced (ArcInfo), ‘de facto’ is the GIS standard and is used every day in thousands of organizations to create, edit and analyze data.
The ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension for Desktop add-on is an integrated spatial ETL suite that runs as a part of geoprocessing using Safe Software’s FME technology. It allows you to combine data from several sources and in different formats, use this data with geoprocessing tools, and publish them using ArcGIS for Server.
OS:Windows 10 Home, Pro and Enterprise / Windows 8.1 Basic, Pro, and Enterprise / Windows Server 2019 Standard and Datacenter / Windows Server 2016 Standard and Datacenter
CPU:2.2 GHz minimum; Hyper-threading (HHT) or Multi-core recommended
Memory:Minimum: 4 GB / Recommended: 8 GB or higher / ArcGlobe may require 8 GB minimum when used.
Display:24-bit color depth Also see Video/Graphics adapter requirements below.* 1024×768 recommended minimum at normal size (96 dpi)
Space: Minimum: 4 GB / Recommended: 6 GB or higher ArcGlobe creates cache files when used. If using ArcGlobe, additional disk space may be required.
GPU:64 MB RAM minimum; 256 MB RAM or higher recommended. NVIDIA, ATI, and Intel chipsets supported.24-bit capable graphics accelerator / OpenGL version 2.0 runtime minimum is required, and Shader Model 3.0 or higher is recommended.