Is it possible to use georeferenced imagery in ArcGIS online?

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02-28-2017 04:02 AM
SimonCrutchley1
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I have a GeoTIFF and/or jpeg image (with relevant tfw/jpw files) of some lidar derived data that I'd like to use as a layer to compare with the imagery base layer, but I can't work out how I can add it. Is it possible, and if so how?

I am asking this via my personal account as our work account doesn't allow me access to the forum. If it is possible I should be able to do it using my work account as I believe that has full permissions. Thanks

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JakeSkinner
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Hi Simon,

You will need to either publish the raster data to ArcGIS Server as a map or image service.  Another option is to create a tiled service:

https://community.esri.com/docs/DOC-2996 

The latter will require an ArcGIS Online Organization Account. 

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JayantaPoddar
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I am not sure if I understand "compare with the imagery base layer".

If you are looking to add the imagery as a basemap in ArcGIS Online web map, see Using Custom Basemaps - ArcGIS Online



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JakeSkinner
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Hi Simon,

You will need to either publish the raster data to ArcGIS Server as a map or image service.  Another option is to create a tiled service:

https://community.esri.com/docs/DOC-2996 

The latter will require an ArcGIS Online Organization Account. 

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SimonCrutchley1
New Contributor II

Thanks for that. At least I now know that it's possible so I'll go back to our GIS team and see precisely what I need to do.

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