• Mosaic Datasets created or edited with Pro 2.3 require ArcGIS 10.7

    If you create or modify a mosaic dataset in Pro 2.3, it can only be read and modified by ArcGIS Pro 2.3 and ArcMap 10.7 and served with ArcGIS Image Server 10.7 or newer. If you intend to publish your mosaic dataset t...
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  • Resources for access to frame camera imagery

    Do you have imagery from an aerial photography camera (whether a modern digital camera or scanned film) and the orientation data either by direct georeferencing or the results of aerial triangulation? If yes, you̵...
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  • Preparing imagery for stereo viewing in ArcGIS

    With the Image Analyst extension in ArcGIS Pro 2.1 (or later), non-orthorectified and suitably overlapping images with appropriate metadata can be viewed in stereo!  This stereoscopic viewing experience can enabl...
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  • A Treasure Trove of Python Raster Functions

    Did you know there is a huge repository of powerful Python Raster Functions that you can use for raster analysis and visualization? On the Esri/raster-functions repository on GitHub, you can browse, download, and...
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  • Using spectral profiles to assess training sites for classification

    One of the most important components in a supervised image classification is excellent training sites. Training an accurate classification model requires that your training samples represent distinct spectral response...
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  • Ortho Mapping in ArcGIS Pro: Getting Organized with a Workspace

    Any remote sensing image, whether it’s a drone image, aerial photograph, or data from a satellite sensor, will inherently be impacted by some form of geometric distortion. The shape of local terrain, the sensor ...
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  • Garmin Virb cameras support ArcGIS FMV

    Esri and Garmin are pleased to announce that Garmin’s VIRB Action Cameras (VIRB Ultra 30, VIRB X, VIRB XE, and VIRB Elite) have full support for Full Motion Video (FMV) for ArcGIS!     To levera...
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  • Take Raster Analytics for a Test Drive

    ArcGIS Enterprise configured for Raster Analytics enables large and small organizations to distribute and scale raster processing, storage and sharing to meet requirements for unique projects. This flexibility and ela...
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  • ArcGIS Blog: Getting started with the Image Interpretation (beta) configurable app

    Check out this ArcGIS Blog by Beth Romero Imagery visualization and interpretation are now available through the new Image Interpretation (beta) configurable app. Check out the Imagery App Intro blog for an ...
  • Full Motion Video (FMV) version 1.3.2 is now available for ArcMap 10.5, 10.4.x, and 10.3.x

    Esri has released its latest version of the Full Motion Video (FMV) add-in, version 1.3.2, with a series of new features and updated support for the current version of ArcMap (10.5, also compatible with 10.4.x and 10....
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  • Use Sentinel 2 Imagery with ArcGIS

    Have you been eagerly waiting to use the new Sentinel 2 imagery from the European Space Agency in ArcGIS? The wait is over! Esri has enhanced ArcGIS to simplify the use of free, global Sentinel 2 imagery. Now the full...
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  • Check out Esri’s new tools for managing Planet imagery in ArcGIS

    Planet’s high-resolution satellite constellations image the entire world every single day. If you rely on imagery from Planet, managing this wealth of available data can be a challenge. That’s why Esri has...
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  • Analyzing Landsat Image Metadata with the Spatial DataFrame

    A few weeks ago, Esri released an update to the ArcGIS API for Python. The newest release includes: An intuitive and powerful raster API Powerful GIS administration Spatial DataFrames!!! Hopefully, you ...
  • Propel Productivity to the Next Level with Raster Analytics

    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 ch...
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  • Get Started with Raster Analytics

    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 raste...
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  • What’s New for Displaying Imagery in ArcGIS Online (June 2017)?

    The June 2017 update of ArcGIS Online includes some useful capabilities for displaying imagery served by your image services. These capabilities give you greater control for visualizing the information contained in yo...
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  • Get the inside scoop on imagery and lidar events at the 2017 Esri UC

    Imagery and lidar are an indispensable part of your GIS. From background imagery to change detection to feature extraction and more, imagery and lidar are transforming the geospatial world. At the Esri Imaging & M...
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  • Check out Esri's new Landsat Explorer web app

    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 500,0...
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  • Sign up now for free 'Earth Imagery at Work' MOOC

    Yeah!  It is finally here.  A MOOC for all imagery and remote sensing enthusiasts.     This brand new, online 6 week free MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Imagery starts on September 7th. ...
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  • Arctic Elevation updated with new, high-resolution data

    With the largest release of data to date, the Polar Geospatial Center (PGC) has significantly expanded the high-resolution coverage of the Arctic Elevation dataset. The new data is available to ArcGIS users as a part ...
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