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UPCOMING WEBINARS
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RECORDED WEBINARS

Data Fusion for Better Decisions (Recorded)

8/12/2014

Learn about the applications and benefits of fusing LiDAR data with spectral information and how this can be achieved in an automated way.
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Extending ENVI LiDAR to Create Custom Analytics (Recorded)

7/17/2014

Watch Joe Peters in this recording of his July 8th, 2014 webinar, "Extending ENVI LiDAR to Create Custom Analytics." Read More >

Using GPU's to Accelerate Orthorectification, Atmospheric Correction, and Transformations for Big Data (Recorded)

5/28/2014

Join Amanda O'Connor as she discusses her presentation, "Using GPU's to Accelerate Orthorectification, Atmospheric Correction, and Transformations for Big Data," originally presented at the 2013 AGU Conference. Read More >

Custom LiDAR Analysis: Using the ENVI LiDAR API for IDL (Recorded)

5/28/2014

In this webinar, we’ll take a look at the ENVI LiDAR user interface to become familiar with out-of-the box functionality. We will also review custom extensions for ENVI LiDAR, developed in IDL. A big advantage of ENVI LiDAR is its extensibility with IDL, opening a world of potential for... Read More >

Image Analysis for Flood Disaster Response (Recorded)

10/21/2013

In the aftermath of the recent flooding in Colorado, Exelis Visual Information Solutions held two workshops for state, county, and city GIS analysts who were responding to the flood. Due to interest from outside the Colorado region, we will be holding a one-time webinar that covers the... Read More >

ENVI for Environmental Applications: Coastal Monitoring in the Arctic (Recorded)

6/27/2012

Learn how ENVI provides to accurately map coastal erosion using Landsat archive imagery with ENVI and ArcMap ™ . Read More >

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