The move to digital sensors from more traditional scanned aerial imagery has had a profound impact on the way GIS professionals use remotely sensed data. The volume, speed, and clarity of imagery that digital cameras collect opens up image processing possibilities and analyses that are much more accurate. At ArcGIS 10.1, the ability to manage and produce imagery on-the-fly is changing the traditional input-output model to a transactional model that speeds the production of imagery products.
Keep up with these changes in imagery and remotely sensed data by attending Imagery at UC, a three-day series of keynotes, case studies, lightning talks and technical sessions during the Esri UC. You will be able to meet with other geospatial and imagery experts and learn from Esri staff and partners about the best way to integrate image data and analysis into your workflows.
Imagery at UC will show you how managing, using and analyzing very large numbers of images can be easily accomplished with ArcGIS. Producing imagery on the fly means no more coffee breaks while you wait for the imagery to process. Viewing many images, zooming into any location, and visualizing the information that is there allows you quality check your work more quickly and produce more products than ever before.
Don’t wait – check out this event and come away equipped with the best methods to manage your imagery.