Geospatial Analytics When, Where, and How You Need Them | Live Webinar

Thursday, January 05, 2017

Live Webinar | Thursday, January 26, 2017

Let’s say you need to generate a large-scale information product. Maybe an impervious surface map or land use/land cover maps. You’ll need high-powered analytics, access to data, and the computing power to chew through it. But it’s a short term project that will wrap up in a month, maybe two.

CloudEO and Harris have partnered to offer ENVI in the Cloud; a cloud-deployed version of desktop ENVI. Just log-in and start working – it’s that easy! Low-cost data, analytics, and IT infrastructure on a pay-as-you-go model means predictable costs for urban planning and other important directives that state, local, and regional governments budget for every year.

This webinar will walk you through using ENVI analytics with Kompsat data on the CloudEO platform to:

  • Generate impervious surface maps and land use/land cover maps using automated workflows that utilize scientifically-vetted algorithms  

  • Consume and/or deploy discrete “apps” to perform highly specific functions to directly solve a problem


No remote sensing or image analysis experience necessary! Register today!

*** For a limited time following this webinar, attendees can register for a complimentary trial of ENVI in the Cloud. Join us to find out more. ***


Sign up for the January 26th webinar that best fits your time zone:

Paris | 4pm CET (GMT+01:00) Register

New York | 2pm EST (GMT-05:00) Register



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