The Esri 2016 User Conference has drawn to a close, but what a wonderful, action packed week it was. I was fortunate to meet a lot of you when you stopped by the imagery island in the showcase, and heard many compliments for the team on the webinars we put on over the last year.
The UC always has so many sessions and great things to do, that it is impossible to catch everything. So here is a recap of my favorite plenary sessions that demonstrate using ArcGIS imagery technology to solve various problems you may be encountering today.
Imagery and Drones | Esri Video -- Esri imagery product manager Peter Becker talking about multiple topics including: the New Polar Landsat services available through ArcGIS Online; New Classification tools in ArcGIS Pro, and the New Drone2Map app. This video opens with a great imagery video narrated by Lauren Bennett.
Kalmar County Museum | Esri Video -- Kalmar County Museum archaeologists demonstrate how they are using imagery and ArcGIS imagery capabilities to uncover details that were buried long ago.
The Living Atlas | Esri Video -- Esri's Deane Kensok discusses content in the Living Atlas from Esri, and our customers and partners. He also discusses updates to the World Imagery basemap.
You should have also received the new ArcGIS Imagery Book in your conference materials. Don't forget to visit the companion electronic website, which includes all the learn lessons and over 150 links to gorgeous imagery, videos, storymaps and more.
Thanks for reading, and it was great seeing you again this year at UC!