Shifting to Modern Remote Sensing and Image Analysis for Teaching and Research using ArcGIS: List of Resources

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Imagery & remote sensing technologies have advanced rapidly. High resolution and up-to-date raster data are increasingly becoming widely available from satellites, planes, and drones, along with scientific, elevation, categorical and multidimensional datasets. New tools and workflows make working with imagery faster and easier, both on desktop and cloud. 

This topic is presented on the Technology Track at 2022 ISPRS Congress in Nice, France,.  Following is the list of resources covered at the session.   

Presentation slide deck

Ready-to-Use Apps

ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online

ArcGIS Pro

ArcGIS Notebooks, Python, R and APIs

Data

ArcGIS for Microsoft Planetary Computer

Imagery Workflows

Deep Learning in ArcGIS

 Teaching materials to aid the development of university-level curricula

Education Resources

Webpages

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For questions, if you need assistance, or would like to connect,  feel free to contact Canserina Kurnia at ckurnia@esri.com.

About the Author
Canserina Kurnia is a GIS professional with over 20 years of experience. She currently holds the position as a Senior Solution Engineer at Esri, at their headquarter office in Redlands, California. Her main role is to provide technical advices and assistance to universities globally, in advancing their GIS technology for teaching and research.