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Esri Contributor

Have you explored the latest release of ArcGIS Excalibur yet? It includes a number of new tools:

  • Go-to Coordinate
  • Copy Observation
  • Batch Edit
  • Feature Table capability

Explore these new tools in this post where Jamon Johnson walks through an entire workflow for collecting observations from imagery in a single geographic region.

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Esri Contributor

The team is hard at work on the next release of ArcGIS Excalibur! This release delivers a range of new capabilities that enhance observation management workflows, including a new, interactive tabular view of observation and context features, and a way to quickly navigate to location on an image or map. 


Learn more:

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Esri Contributor

ArcGIS Excalibur has many capabilities for exploiting imagery to identify key activity. In Excalibur, these observation-based workflows are seamlessly integrated and easily accessible. So how do you start the process? One of the ways you can start is by opening an imagery project, a dynamic way to organize resources to complete your image-based task.


Interested to learn more? Read this new post by Esri's Megha Kakaraparti to find out how imagery projects in ArcGIS Excalibur can help analysts identify key observations:

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Esri Contributor

Welcome to the ArcGIS Excalibur GeoNet Place! The team is excited to connect with our users and those interested in learning more about Excalibur. 

ArcGIS Excalibur is a web-based imagery application that allows users to search, discover, and work with imagery. Access imagery in seconds, perform imagery exploitation, and share your results. 

To learn more about Excalibur, explore our product page:

And check out our video playlist here.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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