Solutions for image processing & data visualization
October 2009


Welcome Letter

This is an exciting time in product development at ITT Visual Information Solutions. Both of our flagship products, IDL and ENVI, continue to include the latest technological advances in data and imagery analysis, while we in tandem create ways that make them easier to use, and therefore accessible to a wider range of professionals.
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Image Analysis News

Introducing ENVI EX:
The Image Processing Software for GIS
ENVI EX is the newest addition to the ENVI line of premier image processing and analysis software products. Designed specifically for GIS users, ENVI EX delivers the accurate, scientifically proven processes that ENVI is known for in revolutionary step-by-step workflows that allow you to easily add information from imagery to your GIS. More


See ENVI in Action:
Live Presentations at GEOINT 2009
Visit the ITT booth #222 this year in San Antonio for live demonstrations to see how our advanced software solutions can help you create and disseminate actionable information from geospatial imagery. See a complete demonstration schedule.

ENVI 4.7 Now Available!
Streamline Your Image Processing
ENVI 4.7, the latest release of the premier solution for image processing and analysis, delivers unprecedented workflow innovation by allowing you to easily incorporate mapping and GIS information with your scientific applications.
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Data Visualization News

IDL Workbench: Innovation Starts Here
IDL 7.1 is easy to use. It expands on the modernization introduced in IDL 7.0 and features significant advances to simplify data interaction whether you’re an experienced or new user. Watch a short video

See IDL at AGU 2009
Join us in booth number 821, San Francisco, December 14-18 for one on one demonstrations of how the IDL Workbench can help you get more information from your complex data. Stay tuned for more information about an IDL User Group held in conjunction with the conference.

IDL Development for HDF
Attend the HDF & HDF-EOS Workshop XIII

Join the IDL product manager, Bill Okubo to learn about current functionality and future plans for IDL and HDF at this NASA and HDF sponsored Workshop in Riverdale, MD on November 3. Register Now.

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Featured Events

See a full calendar of upcoming events

Training Opportunities
Exploring ENVI
November 3-6, 2009 – Boulder, CO

Extending ENVI with IDL
November 3-4, 2009 – Milan, Italia

Intermediate Programming with IDL
November 10-12, 2009 – Milan, Italia

Développement d’applications professionnelles avec Java
November 16-20, 2009 – Paris, France

La télédétection avec ENVI
November 16-19, 2009 – Paris, France

Introduction to IDL
November 18-20, 2009 – Brackenll, UK

La technologie Microsoft .NET
November 23-27, 2009 – Paris, France

Exploring ENVI
November 24-26, 2009 – Milan, Italia

Intermediate Programming with IDL
November 25-27, 2009 – Bracknell, UK

Spectral Analysis with ENVI
December 1-4, 2009 – Boulder, CO

Introduction to IDL
December 9-11, 2009 – Bracknell, UK

Scientific Programming with IDL
December 9-11, 2009 – Boulder, CO

Free Live Seminars
Analisi dati e geo-visualizzazione per I’ambiente, l’ambiente, l’energia e la chimica
October 14, 2009 – Firenze, Italia or
October 21, 2009 – Roma, Italia

Rencontre Utilisateurs et Séminaire
October 22, 2009 – Paris, France

Accuracy Assessment with ENVI
November 10, 2009 – Boulder, CO

Web Seminars
Object Oriented Programming with IDL
October 21, 2009

Natural Disaster Management and Tracking with ENVI EX December 2, 2009

Environment and Conservation with ENVI EX December 9, 2009

Urban and Regional Planning with ENVI December 15, 2009


Open Positions at ITT Visual Information Solutions

ENVI Product Specialist – Boulder
Network Administrator – Boulder
QA Test Engineer – Boulder
User Experience Designer – Boulder
Software Engineer-Graphics – Belfast, Ireland
Technical Sales Engineer – France

ITT in the News

Advancing Image Analysis
The ITT and ESRI Partnership and a Look at ENVI EX for ArcGIS
ESRI User Conference 2009 Themes
Format for Interoperability

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