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October 19th, 2022
UP42 Launches ArcGIS Pro Add-in as Part of Esri Partner Network

ArcGIS users have direct access to the UP42 platform for easier data visualization and analysis

BERLIN, Germany – UP42 made the first major announcement of its new partnership with the introduction of the UP42 ArcGIS Pro Add-in. Available on the Esri ArcGIS Marketplace, the UP42 add-in allows users to access UP42 data sets and projects from within ArcGIS Pro.

UP42, a Silver Partner in the Esri Partner Network (EPN), unveiled the add-in today in stand C1.020 at the INTERGEO 2022 Conference this week in Essen, Germany.

Esri’s ArcGIS Pro is a standalone application extensively used by geospatial solution builders, GIS professionals and developers to visualize, analyze, compile, and share geospatial data. The UP42 marketplace currently contains over 160 satellite and aerial image products and derived data sets along with dozens of processing algorithms from leading geospatial organizations.

“By integrating UP42 and Esri, we have given users a streamlined way to access the data and analytics products they purchase on UP42 directly from ArcGIS Pro,” said UP42 CEO Sean Wiid. “This dramatically simplifies imagery analysis workflows and facilitates advanced geospatial visualization.”

The UP42 add-in will significantly reduce the time it takes to access data, build visualization workflows, and develop geospatial solutions. Without leaving the Esri ArcGIS environment, customers can use the new add-in to access the UP42 platform where they can open projects they are already working on, download purchased data sets into ArcGIS and view metadata. New geospatial data products will soon be available for order through the add-in.

The UP42 ArcGIS Pro Add-in is available at no cost and can be downloaded from the UP42 Marketplace here or the Esri ArcGIS Marketplace here.

For all media enquiries, please contact:

Viviana Laperchia

Senior PR and Communications Manager, UP42

[email protected]

About UP42

UP42 is changing the way geospatial data is accessed and analyzed. The platform and marketplace bring together multiple sources of data such as satellite imagery, weather data, and more—together with algorithms to identify objects, detect change, and find patterns. Industry leaders use UP42 to inform business decisions and build scalable customer solutions. Know when and where to fertilize crops. Measure air quality and map emissions. Count cars, trucks, planes, and ships. Developers and data scientists across all industries now have access to a platform to build, run, and scale projects in one place. Visit: