Tag: Raster Analytics
The release of ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6 brings six new hydrology functions and four distance and proximity tools to ArcGIS Image Server. These compute-intensive tools can be leveraged in distributed processing workflows to increase the speed and ease with which you … Continue reading
For decades, you’ve seen imagery projected onto a 2D map in ArcGIS the same way – a way that works well for “directly above you” vertical imagery, but makes oblique imagery highly distorted and difficult for analysis. New this year … Continue reading
The latest version of ArcGIS is now available! If you use the Spatial Analyst extension for performing raster analysis, read on for more details on the improvements to the capabilities and performance that have been made.
Expected release date: Early February 2018 Our upcoming release of Landsat Image Services will include some noteworthy updates… Improvements Revised scaling. The Top of Atmosphere (TOA) reflectance values (which range from 0 – 1 by default) will now be scaled using … Continue reading
The Viewshed 2 tool is a visibility analysis tool released in ArcGIS 10.3 and ArcGIS Pro 1.0. The tool takes advantage of a GPU processor by default if one is available on your computer. As GPU graphics cards are commonly … Continue reading
Imagery can add valuable information and context to a wide array of GIS projects. For example, you can detect impervious surfaces for storm water management, map and manage riparian corridors, or track what’s changing in your county. Sometimes, though, incorporating … Continue reading
Raster analytics using ArcGIS Enterprise is a flexible raster processing, storage, and sharing system that employs distributed computing and storage technology. Use raster analytics to apply the rich set of raster processing tools and functions offered in ArcGIS, build your own … Continue reading