ArcGIS Pro 2.x:

  1. Insert -> Connections -> New WMTS Server
  2. Paste the WMTS link you have been provided into the Server URL: line and click OK
  3. Navigate to the newly added utah imagery - WMTS on discover.agrc.utah.gov.wmts connection under Servers in the Catalog window.
  4. Expand the nodes until you see a list of all of the imagery and base map services that are offered. The list should be the same as described in the ArcMap 10.x instructions below.

ArcMap 10.x:

  1. In ArcMap go to Add Data -> GIS Server -> Add WMTS server
  2. Paste the WMTS link you have been provided into the URL: line and click OK
  3. Navigate to the newly added utah imagery – WMTS on discover.agrc.utah.gov connection and double click to connect.
    • You can rename the connection after it has been added
  4. You should see a list of imagery and base map services (explained below):
    • Utah – Combination of the most recent 1-meter NAIP and 6-inch Google imagery with scale dependent rendering (licensed)
    • Google – 6-inch statewide natural color aerial photography from Google collected within the last 3 years (licensed)
    • Google *year*archive – Aerial photography blocks updated in Google service and archived by acquisition year (licensed)
    • Basemap-Address_Points – Base map of address point locations
    • Basemap-Hybrid - Base map combination of the Overlay base map and Utah imagery service (licensed)
    • Basemap-Lite – Base map of hillshade, HWYs/streets, cities, boundaries, etc. (gray, muted tone)
    • Basemap-Overlay – Base map of vector features HWYs/streets, cities, address points, parcels, etc. (transparent background)
    • Basemap-Terrain – Base map of hillshade, HWYS/streets, parks, forests, water, etc.
    • Basemap-Topo – Base map of USGS topographic maps
    • DOQ 1990s BW – 1-meter statewide black & white aerial photography collected in 1990’s
    • HRO 2012 RGB – 12.5-cm natural color aerial photography collected in 2012 of the Wasatch Front
    • NAIP *year* RGB – 1-meter statewide natural color aerial photography
    • NAIP *year* NRG – 1-meter statewide color infrared aerial photography
    • Hillshade – 10 meter statewide combined hillshade and slope

Notes: