ArcBruTile display basemaps from OpenStreetMap,
Mapbox, Stamen Design,
PDOK (NL), National Park Service (US),
Waag Society (NL) and others in ArcGIS Desktop 10.0/10.1/10.2.
If you like ArcBruTile and use it on a daily basis, now you can sponsor the project! It will help to get new releases out there more quickly and keep the software free and open source. Just go to https://www.gittip.com/bertt/ and
activate your Gittip! Any sponsoring -big or small- will be greatly appreciated!
30-3-2015: if you have the following installation error in ArcGIS 10.3.0:
"Registration failed. Could not load file or assembly 'Esri.ArcGIS.ADF.Local, Version=10.2.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=8fc3cc631e44ad86' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified."
try the workaround at
http://support.esri.com/en/knowledgebase/techarticles/detail/43712 or install 10.3.1
4-1-2014: For developers: The Portable Class Library (PCL) version of BruTile is now used. You now need .NET Framework 4.0.3 + PCL tools to develop.
3-1-2014: release ArcBruTile 0.4: https://arcbrutile.codeplex.com/releases/view/116880
Contains new layout toolbar:
22-12-2013: Development for release 0.4 has been started. No longer support for .NET 3.5 and ArcMap 9.3, only .NET 4.0 and ArcMap 10.x.
16-12-2013: Created new release 0.3.5 with fix for issue 11207: Each 256x256 tile rendering differently causing blockly effect.
10-8-2013: New OpenStreetMap maps added! Mapnik Black/White map, Transport maps, Ski piste map, hiking/biking maps, hillshade map and English placelabels map.
Navigate to Add TMS layer -> select OpenStreetMap
Want more maps? Contact and let us know which one!
7-8-2013: Issue is fixed in release 0.3.4. Please upgrade if you run into this issue.
12-06-2013: due to a change in Google Fusion Tables service the add TMS sample tile providers functionality doesn't work anymore in releases 0.3.3 and lower :-( We are working on creating a new release.
Stamen: Terrain, Toner, Watercolor http://maps.stamen.com
Cloudmade: Fresh, Midnight Commander, Pale Dawn
MapBox: Streets, Terrain, Satellite http://mapbox.com/maps/
OpenStreetMap: Hike and Bike Map http://hikebikemap.de/, Open Cycle Map
Hiking Trails, Landshade, Mapnik BW, Open Piste Maps, OSM English Labels, Transport
MapQuest: OpenAerialMap, OSM http://www.mapquest.com/
PDOK: BAG, BRT, BRK, Natura2000, Nok2011, Top10nl, Top50 Raster, Top50 Vector, Top250 Raster (layerfiles)
U.S. National Park Service: Park Tiles (http://www.nps.gov/npmap/park-tiles/)
Waag Society: Dutch buildings (BAG) shaded according year of construction (http://dev.citysdk.waag.org/buildings)
- all projections;
- client side caching;
- ArcGIS 10.0, 10.1, 10.2;
- TMS and WMS-C support (WMTS is proposed);
- MapTiler support (see ArcBruTile and MapTiler for details).
ArcBruTile is based on the generic tiling library
BruTile. For other viewers based on BruTile library see the
Mapsui project (Silverlight, WPF, Pixelsense, Windows Phone, Windows 8).
Loading tiles in ESRI ArcGIS 9.3+ through ArcBruTile
#Firestations on top of
@stamen watercolor tiles (https://twitter.com/ykacenelen/status/327749020619526144)
Why ArcBruTile is developed:
Because ArcGIS, one of the most popular desktop GIS program around, lacks support for non-ESRI tile services (TMS, WMS-C, WMTS), especially the increasingly popular
OpenStreetMap maps. And because we're bored searching for the always slow or lost or broken disk/service with actual map reference data :-)
ArcBruTile also solves the projections problem: all tiles are transformed on the fly to the desired projection if needed. ArcBruTile makes it very easy to combine data
with different projections.
Want to add your tileservices or new functionality to ArcBruTile or ArcMap?
Contact us! Kudos are also welcome :-)