To learn more, visit Harris booth #1719
    at the 2018 Esri International User Conference

Harris Geospatial Solutions is the image science leader and provides GIS users with data and analytics, insights, and answers you can trust. Below are solutions that we will feature in our booth – be sure to stop by and learn more!

Attend Scheduled In-Booth Presentations – Harris Booth #1719


July 10, 2018

Learn how you can use Harris' Deep Learning technologies to easily process data that lives in ArcGIS.

Use temporal, spatial, and spectral analysis to map the extent of hail damage to postemergence corn fields using ENVI Crop Science.

Learn how Geiger-mode LiDAR can monitor assets and vegetation to help utilities safely and reliably manage their networks while simultaneously keeping costs under control.

See how you can easily extract information from SAR data by using ENVI SAR analytics within ArcGIS Pro.


July 11, 2018

Learn how to use ENVI’s hyperspectral tools in ArcGIS Pro to extract features such as different vegetation types or minerals.

See how AeroVironment and Harris technology fully integrate and provide a data analytics solution for farmers and service providers to extract meaningful insights to make confident decisions – faster.

Harris and DigitalGlobe have partnered to provide Harris' cutting edge geospatial analytics on DigitalGlobe's industry-leading satellite imagery using the GBDX platform. This unique combination of imagery and analytics enables users to solve location intelligence problems at massive scale. Attend this presentation to learn how to leverage this solution within your ArcGIS environment.


July 12, 2018

See how one high-resolution Geiger-mode LiDAR data collection can be used to create a variety of products that support multiple customers across government agencies and local communities.

See how Helios can augment the ArcGIS routing and navigation service to create a state of the art navigation system with hyper-local awareness of road conditions and the ability to automatically reroute vehicles.