Lucity Support for ArcGIS 10.3

This month Esri released ArcGIS 10.3.  Lucity 2015 (Feb 2015) and Lucity 2014r2 SP2 (TBD) will include built-in support for this new Esri release. In the meantime, clients using Lucity 2014r2 SP1 and older versions can take advantage of this upgrade with a few simple steps.

For more details, see the new ArcGIS 10.3 Support article in our client support portal. While you are at it, consider subscribing to some of our knowledge base content to get automatic updates when new articles are added.


Leave a comment below with any suggestions or questions.  If you have any enhancement requests, check out our Lucity Listens portal where you can request and vote on enhancements as well as see the status of existing enhancement requests.

Expand the Lucity GIS Editing Environment with Feature Services

With version 2014r2, Lucity added functionality that greatly expands its GIS integration capabilities with the use of feature services.  No longer are you bound to an Esri® ArcMap edit session for synchronizing geodatabase edits to Lucity.  Edits to a feature service, regardless of who did it and what environment they did it in, can now be automatically synchronized with Lucity.

You can publish your GIS data linked to Lucity as a feature service and then deploy that feature service to:

  • Collector for ArcGIS (iOS & Android)- including disconnected editing
  • Lucity Web Map
  • Lucity Mobile (coming soon for Android and iOS)
  • map viewer
  • Trimble® Positions™
  • Any other 3rd party app that supports feature service editing.  A list of possibilities can be found here.

Edits made to the feature service in any of these environments then have the ability to be synchronized with Lucity automatically.  For example, you could have crews in the field creating new asset or inspection data using Esri’s Collector for ArcGIS app and in near real-time their changes will be reflected in the Lucity database back in the office.


Here are more details on how to set this up for your agency:

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