ENVI image processing and analysis tools deliver expert-level results without having to learn advanced image analysis techniques.
READ AND ANALYZE DIFFERENT DATA FORMATS
ENVI supports over 70 data formats, including scientific formats such as HDF and CDF, image types like GeoTIFF, and additionally provides JITC compliant NITF support. And, ENVI delivers enterprise capabilities that provide you quick and easy access to imagery from OGC and JPIP compliant servers within your organization or over the internet.
FUSE MULTIPLE DATA MODALITIES
Because you may work with a number of imagery sources, it’s important that you can fuse multiple data modalities to get a complete picture of a geographic area. With ENVI, radar, LiDAR, SAR, optical, hyperspectral, multispectral, stereo, thermal, and acoustic can be fused to exploit the strengths of each sensor and create rich geospatial products for informed decision making.
EXPLOIT INFORMATION FROM DIFFERENT SENSOR TYPES
ENVI supports imagery gathered from today’s newest and most popular satellite and airborne sensors, including panchromatic, multispectral, hyperspectral, radar, thermal, HDF5, Full Motion Video, Net CDF-4, and LiDAR. These sensors include ASTER, AVIRIS, AVHRR, Landsat 8, NPP VIIRS, Pleiades, QuickBird, RADARSAT, SkySat-1, SPOT, TMS, USGS DEM data, WorldView-3, our own Geiger-mode LiDAR sensor and more.
EASILY PROCESS LARGE DATA SETS
The data collected by today’s sensors contain more information than ever before. In order to effectively read and extract information from these large data sets, you need a software solution without file size limitations. ENVI works with any size data set and has automated tools to quickly and easily prepare big and small imagery for viewing or further analysis.
ENVI SUPPORTS TODAY’S POPULAR SENSORS AND DATA FORMATS SO YOU CAN SEAMLESSLY COLLABORATE WITH COWORKERS, BUSINESS PARTNERS AND CLIENTS.
Using imagery as a source of scientific information was once reserved for those with extensive knowledge of remote sensing and image analysis methods. ENVI changes this paradigm by offering a complete suite of image processing and analysis tools that enable you to easily extract pertinent information from imagery without expending valuable time and effort learning advanced image analysis techniques. ENVI also includes a robust set of LiDAR analysis tools that let you export results as products or layers that can then be fused with your 2D data to enhance your geospatial analysis and GIS.
AUTOMATED WORKFLOWS TO GET ANSWERS – FAST
Search an image for statistical and spectral distinctions from the background landscape
Look for areas of change by comparing two images from different dates using band ratio or feature index techniques
Classify terrain automatically or with user defined specifications
Perform change detection between two classification results
Find objects of interest using parameters based on spatial, spectral, and textural characteristics
Correct imagery to account for terrain and sensor distortion
Improve the georeferencing of an image by tying it to an accurate base map
Perform a line of site analysis
A set of automated workflows designed to take advantage of multispectral imagery
A set of automated workflows designed to take advantage of hyperspectral imagery
IMAGE ANALYSIS TOOLS
SPECTRAL ANALYSIS TOOLS
Spectral analysis allows you to use pixel responses at different wavelengths to obtain information about the materials within each pixel. ENVI is a leader in spectral image processing and has tools that give you access to established, scientific mapping methods for spectral analysis. These tools allow you to detect targets, calculate vegetation and forest health, map materials of interest and much more.
DATA ANALYSIS TOOLS
Understanding your imagery often involves discerning information about your image. ENVI includes a comprehensive suite of data analysis tools that allow you to access proven algorithms to quickly, easily, and accurately analyze imagery, such as generate image statistics, measure features, and model topographic characteristics.
ADVANCED IMAGE ANALYSIS TOOLS
Many organizations perform highly specialized tasks that require advanced image analysis tools. With ENVI software, these sorts of tasks can also be accomplished within one software package. From rigorous orthorectification and feature extraction, to atmospheric correction and DEM extraction, you’ll find that ENVI has all the tools you need to get the answers you need from imagery.
Explosive growth in the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) market, coupled with
the evolution of inexpensive miniaturized sensors, has made aerial imagery
easier and cheaper to acquire than ever before. Information from that imagery
is commonly used to develop new applications, update GIS maps, and to make
better business decisions. All of this is driving the need for software tools that
can speed up the time between image capture and decision making.
ENVI® OneButton™ Professional software comes bundled with ENVI OneButton
software, the industries’ easiest-to-use image processing product. ENVI OneButton
professional provides an additional complete photogrammetric toolset for
more refined, expert-level results. These tools give you fine tuning control
of the photogrammetric process and let you create new projects or enhance
output results from projects automatically created with ENVI OneButton.
Outputs that can be produced from ENVI OneButton Professional
include orthomosaics, Digital Elevation Models (DEMs), true color 3D
point clouds, orthorectified multispectral mosaics and controlled oblique
imagery, all of which can be further analyzed in ENVI software.
By utilizing the most advanced photogrammetric and computer vision
algorithms, ENVI OneButton Professional lets you easily and automatically
create fully georeferenced products in 2D and 3D while combining highly
optimized performance to produce exceptionally fast and accurate results.
Processed georeferenced and orthorectified imagery products are output in
a form that can be automatically ingested into your Geographic Information
Systems (GIS) and analytics packages such as ENVI, supporting complex analytics
for applications including precision agriculture, pipeline inspection, real estate
visualization, construction and engineering projects, and many others.
Regardless of your experience, ENVI OneButton lets you immediately increase
ROI and begin building exciting new applications. This dramatically lowers the
cost of ongoing data collection and processing for existing applications.
Strength of tie points are graphically
depicted. Tie points can be added, modified
or deleted. This dramatically improves
matching where there’s a lack of unique
features (e.g., wheat fields), or when images
were collected without enough overlap.
ENVI OneButton Professional produces exceptionally accurate orthomosaics and DEMs.
An interactive multifunction
control station to step through the
photogrammetric process and refine
all processing parameters on-the-fly
Complete control over the aerial
triangulation and bundle block
solution process including tie point
(matching) improvement, and filtering
Complete control over DEM and
3D point cloud creation including
model density and smoothing for
approximated bare earth models
and trade-offs between model
quality and processing time
Complete control over mosaicking
including seamline placement,
editing and feathering
Facilities to divide large projects into
tiles/sheets and combine multiple
projects together to produce large
orthomosaics, well into the tens of
thousands of images, which can be color
and tone balanced
A fast geoclipboard that selects for
you all the images taken in a specific
geographic location, displays them,
and lets you select an appropriate
image to replace undesirable content
in mosaics that may appear due to
shadows, transient objects, or poor
image quality. Also provides control
over feathering of patches and after
change recolor/tone balancing
Management functions to allow
complete projects to be split
across workstations and division
of labor across projects
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The accuracy of LiDAR technology has made it possible to map large
geographic areas with a level of detail that was previously only
possible with time-consuming and expensive ground surveys. These
benefits have led organizations to use LiDAR data as a source of
information when mapping and making critical business decisions.
With ENVI, a user can exploit the large datasets associated with
LiDAR collects to create realistic 3D visualizations, extract 3D
features from a scene and produce 3D geomorphologic products
such as digital elevation models (DEMs) and digital surface models
(DSMs). These products are used in downstream analysis to generate
elevation data commonly used in complex modeling applications.
By analyzing the elevation information in LiDAR, it’s possible
to determine a safe helicopter landing zone based on not only
the hill slope but also by mapping the height and location of
trees, buildings, and power lines. Additionally, you can increase
the accuracy of your right-of-way analyses, forest inventories,
and watershed-based drainage planning by utilizing LiDAR.
Rapidly ingest LiDAR data to quickly identify features and analyze results
Automatically identify and extract entire point clouds or user-defined subsets
Easily edit or refine results to improve accuracy by smoothing and reclassifying points, or modifying features
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