Explore the planet more deeply with Esri’s new Landsat Explorer web app! Use the app to both visualize our planet and understand how the Earth has changed over time. Now you can instantly analyze more than 500,000 Landsat 8 and GLS scenes, offering global coverage with over 500 new scenes added every day. The app is free, with no download or installation required.
Landsat Explorer enables you use different spectral bands to go beyond what the eye can see. But the Landsat Explorer app isn’t just about viewing images using different band combinations or enhancements. The analysis tools enable you to perform change detection, create custom masks, make your own indexes, generate spectral and temporal profiles, and more, all on the fly. Use the app to instantly access multispectral and temporal Landsat imagery to reveal how the Earth’s surface has changed over the last forty years.
Curious to see how your hometown has expanded since you were a kid? Zoom to your hometown and use the time slider to compare before and after images. Want to quantify areas of agriculture usage or forest burn? Use the Mask tool to identify specific types of landcover, interactively setting thresholds. Want to measure the extent of a flood, like in Allahabad, India, below? Select two points in time and use the Change Detection tool to highlight the affected areas.
With Landsat Explorer, you can easily and dynamically investigate questions about geology, vegetation, agriculture, and cities anywhere in the world, including the places that matter most to you. And, if you want to share your discoveries, you can save your results to ArcGIS Online or as local files. The app is driven by publicly accessible image services hosted on AWS and directly usable in a wide range of applications, including ArcGIS Desktop.
Earlier this month, we announced several updates to the World Imagery basemap as part of the March updates to ArcGIS Online. Well, those updates are continuing and this week we have released another large batch of updates with DigitalGlobe and … Continue reading
As part of the March updates to ArcGIS Online, we have updated large parts of our World Imagery basemap with imagery from DigitalGlobe, USDA Farm Services Agency (FSA), and others in the GIS user community. The update features new and … Continue reading
Have a drone? Not sure the best way to manage and process your data? Esri can help! Both Ortho Mapping in ArcGIS Pro 1.4 and Drone2Map for ArcGIS are powerful tools to unlock the full potential of your drone imagery … Continue reading
Drone2Map for ArcGIS version 1.1 is available for download from My Esri and the Drone2Map for ArcGIS Help Site. This release builds on the core features of Drone2Map and adds new product types, additional licensing options, and much more. Here are some of … Continue reading
At ArcGIS Pro 1.4 we introduced the Imagery tab. Now most of the commonly used raster tools can be accessed from a single location. Here is a quick breakdown of what can be found on the Imagery tab: Ortho Mapping … Continue reading
This blog post was contributed by Emily Windahl, a Technical Editor on the Imagery Workflows Team.
The World Imagery and Imagery with Labels basemaps contain satellite imagery for the world, with high-resolution aerial imagery added for many areas. These basemaps are part of the default basemap gallery, and are among the many basemaps you can choose … Continue reading
Happy New Year Folks! I know you have all been eagerly awaiting the first basemap release of the year. Well, wait no longer – it’s here! How does new and updated map layers and imagery content in five countries, spanning … Continue reading
As 2016 comes to a close, we’ve updated our World Imagery basemap one last time for the year. To view all the recently updated imagery in ArcGIS.com, check out this Story Map of our latest release or view the new content directly in … Continue reading