August 22–24, 2017   |   The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa   |   Denver, Colorado

The ENVI Analytics Symposium will feature analytical thought leaders and practitioners from around the world

The theme of the 2017 ENVI Analytics Symposium (EAS) is “Analytical Solutions in a Data-Rich World.” With the staggering volume of commercial and open-source data that is becoming available, organizations will need to quickly transition to new business and service models to be successful. Agility, technology, and innovation will separate the winners from the losers. Register to attend the 2017 EAS to keep your finger on the pulse of this fast-growing and dynamic market of commercial geospatial Big Data analytics.

Attendee Experience

Attendees will glean knowledge and ideas from other successful real-world analytical applications, all while sitting in the beautiful surroundings of the Brown Palace Hotel & Spa.

Topics of the 2017 EAS include:

  • Automated geoprocessing techniques to optimize data management in the field
  • Internet of Things (IoT) and remote sensing data applications
  • Infrastructure reconnaissance for utility and transportation networks
  • Data fusion techniques for agricultural and natural resource monitoring
  • Change analysis applications for enriched business Intelligence
  • Extracting insights from earth-observation plus social media and other unstructured big data inputs
  • Applications of earth-observation data for urban environment initiatives

EAS attendees will:

  • Hear details of successful real-world analytical applications
  • Listen to analytical thought leaders discuss the future of the industry
  • Learn tips, tricks, and best practices for using analytics and ENVI
  • Test different products, improve technical skills, and gain new analysis techniques
  • Network with fellow image analysts and thought leaders
  • Interact and get questions answered from the people who make, support, and sell ENVI

Attendance for the EAS is being limited to 200 people in order to provide high-quality interaction and participation.
The event will sell out so REGISTER TODAY!


Tuesday, August 22
8:00 a.m. Morning Workshops
12:30 p.m. Lunch
1:30 p.m. Afternoon Workshops
Wednesday, August 23
7:00 a.m. Breakfast
8:00 a.m. Morning Sessions
10:30 a.m. Networking Break and Showroom
11:00 a.m. Presentations
12:30 p.m. Lunch
1:30 p.m. Afternoon Sessions
3:30 p.m. Networking Break and Showroom
4:00 p.m. Presentations and Closing Remarks
5:30–7:00 p.m. Taste of Denver: Drinks, Food and Entertainment
Thursday, August 24
7:00 a.m. Breakfast
8:00 a.m. Morning Sessions
10:30 a.m. Networking Break and Showroom
11:00 a.m. Presentations
12:30 p.m. Lunch
1:30 p.m. Afternoon Sessions
3:30 p.m. Networking Break and Showroom
4:00 p.m. Presentations and Closing Remarks
5:30–7:00 p.m. Taste of Denver: Drinks, Food and Entertainment

Save money with early bird registration!

This year you have two options when registering:

Go All In With the All-Access Pass
New this year, this pass gives you admission to a full-day of workshops on August 22, as well as the full conference program (all scheduled keynotes and sessions as well as breakfast, lunch, and dinner) August 23-24.

Get the Conference Pass
Just like it sounds, this pass gives you access to the full conference program (all scheduled keynotes and sessions as well as breakfast, lunch, and dinner) August 23-24.

Conference Pricing

• Early bird All Access Pass until 5/31/17 – $545
• Early bird Conference Pass until 5/31/17 – $395
• All Access Pass after 5/31/17 – $695
• Conference Pass after 5/31/17 – $545

Transfer and Cancellation Policies

You may transfer your registration to another person in your organization for free until August 8, 2017. Full refunds, less a $100.00 USD processing fee, are available up to July 21, 2017. You must contact us via email ( before the above dates to affect a transfer or cancellation.

Stand Out Amongst Your Peers and Talk About Your Innovative Analytical Work at the 2017 EAS

The 2017 EAS will bring together the leading experts in remote sensing science to explore the latest advancements of geospatial analytics – and we want you to be a part of the conversation! The deadline to speak is coming up soon so learn more and submit to speak today.


We would like to thank the following speakers for their support of the ENVI Analytics Symposium:

Pamela Arya
Optensity, Inc


Alex Bakir


Jon Barker


Dr. Ursula Benz

Stuart Blundell
Symposium Co-Chair


Tom Bosanko


Richard Cooke
Harris Corporation


Christopher Crockett
Highland Precision Agriculture

Jessi Dick
Airbus Defence and Space


Dr. Sheldon Drobot
Harris Corporation


Dr. James Goodman
HySpeed Computing


Dr. Shay Har-Noy

Lawrie Jordan


Robert Laudati
Symposium Co-Chair


Beau Legeer
Harris Geospatial Solutions


Dr. David Messinger

Dr. Bruce Molnia


VADM Robert B. Murrett (Ret)
Syracuse University


Amanda O’Connor
Harris Geospatial Solutions


Paolo Pasquali

George Percivall
Open Geospatial Consortium


Chris Shroyer
Edge Data


Jason San Souci


Dr. Michael Steinmayer

Robert Stewart
Oak Ridge National Laboratory


Graham Stickler


Jed Sundwall
Amazon Web Services


Chris Vallier
FLōT Systems


Dr. Devin White
Oak Ridge National Laboratory


Dr. Joe Zamudio
ASD Inc.



We would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the 2016 ENVI Analytics Symposium:

Platinum Sponsors


Sharing data on Amazon Web Services (AWS) makes it accessible to a large and growing community of users who use the AWS cloud for research, new product development, and education. When data is shared in the cloud, anyone can analyze it without having to download it or store it themselves, which lowers the cost of new product development, reduces the time to scientific discovery, and accelerates innovation. Learn more about open data on AWS at


Esri, the leader in geospatial technology, offers imagery tools and content to see the world, find the patterns and share with others. Esri’s ArcGIS platform includes means to manage and serve large collections of imagery for use in ArcGIS and other software such as ENVI. ArcGIS Online provides access to large collections of imagery such as Landsat GLS collection, as well as global elevation datasets.


Planet designs, builds and operates the world's most capable constellation of Earth-imaging satellites. Planet's mission is to image the entire Earth, every day, and make global change visible, accessible, and actionable. With the complementary RapidEye constellation, Planet has an image archive from 2009 and a network of more than one hundred partners around the world. See change. Change the world. Learn more at, or follow us on Twitter (@planetlabs).

Gold Sponsors


The Intelligence Programme Line of Airbus Defence and Space has unrivalled expertise in satellite imagery acquisition, data processing, and dissemination. Airbus DS provides customized solutions across all markets, and based upon exclusive access to optical and radar satellites, the company delivers an extensive portfolio spanning the entire geo-information value chain.


ASD is a world leader in spectroscopy solutions for remote sensing. Researchers at universities and institutions across the globe trust our portable, rugged and easy-to-use instruments and software solutions for research-critical measurements in the field. To rapidly collect spectra to ground truth hyperspectral and multispectral imaging data, choose ASD.


DigitalGlobe is a leading global provider of commercial high-resolution earth imagery solutions. Sourced from our advanced satellite constellation, our geospatial offerings support a wide variety of uses within defense and intelligence, civil agencies, mapping and analysis, environmental monitoring, oil and gas exploration, infrastructure management, Internet portals and navigation technology.


Icaros is the best-of-breed provider of state-of-the-art geospatial photogrammetric software for imagery collected from both manned and unmanned aircraft. At EAS we will discuss the importance of accuracy in creating maps and models from aerial imagery to support downstream analytics. We will also demonstrate application-specific end-to-end solutions using the combination of ENVI® from Harris and OneButton™ from Icaros.


SARmap's mission is to build and provide an innovative, sophisticated yet simple remote sensing software product, dedicated to the generation of digital information for a better management and risk assessment of Earth's natural/environmental resources. 

Silver Sponsors


HySpeed Computing’s mission is to evolve the science and business of managing our planet’s resources through development of innovative applications for deriving information from geospatial imagery.

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Stay at the world-class Brown Palace Hotel & Spa
The ENVI Analytics Symposium is being held at the Brown Palace Hotel and Spa in Denver, CO. The Brown Palace is a Forbes 4 Star hotel and is a legend among Downtown Denver hotels. Brown Palace guests enjoy access to timeless luxury with a unique sense of place, original experiences and world-class service and amenities. There's simply no better way to experience the Mile High City.

Discounted hotel pricing is available for $209/night (plus tax) for ENVI Analytics Symposium attendees while space is still available. The block of discounted rooms will sell out, so we advise you to book a room as soon as possible.

To book your hotel room at the discounted rate, click here

Travel from Denver International Airport (DIA)
There are a variety of ways you can get from DIA to the Brown Palace:

Take the NEW A Line!
From the Denver International Airport (DEN) to Denver Union Station, a $9 airport fare (each way) will get you to and from The Brown Palace in 37 minutes. A Line trains depart every 15 minutes during peak and every 30 minutes otherwise. Once at Union Station you can hop on the 16th Street Mall Shuttle and get off at Tremont Street, take a 7 min cab ride, or walk 20 minutes to the hotel.

Super Shuttle
Super Shuttle provides transportation from the airport for $25 per person one way and $46 round trip. To make arrangements with Super Shuttle, call 1-800-BLUE-VAN.

A one-way taxi ride to the airport is approximately $57.