This guide takes you through the steps of loading Nearmap Imagery to Cityworks. There are three ways to do this:
Using Nearmap's WMS 2.0
Use Nearmap’s WMS 2.0 to create a web map in ArcGIS Online, and then link that map to your Cityworks environment using the Web Map Service type in Cityworks. The benefit of using Nearmap’s WMS 2.0 is that the imagery can be natively delivered in NAD83, State Plane coordinate systems in the United States, and also includes GDA2020 for Australia. This service also allows you to access historical imagery as well as geofence the service to only include the areas you are interested in.
Read the Cityworks - WMS 2.0 Integration guide.
Using Esri's ArcGIS Marketplace Item
This method allows you to create a web map in ArcGIS Online and bring it into Cityworks using Nearmap's easy-to-use ArcGIS Marketplace item. The ArcGIS Marketplace item gives you access to all of Nearmap’s high-resolution content in a way that makes it easy to manage from within your ArcGIS Online organization. No API Keys are necessary, just create the web map in ArcGIS Online, and then connect to it using the Web Map Service type in Cityworks.
Read the Cityworks - ArcGIS Marketplace Item Integration guide.
Using the REST Image Server option
This guide describes how to load georeferenced Nearmap imagery in Cityworks using the REST Image Server option associated with our ArcGIS Marketplace item. The process includes creating an image map in ArcGIS Online.
Read the Cityworks - Nearmap Image Integration Using the REST Image Server Option guide.