The availability and resolution of remotely sensed imagery from earth-orbiting satellites and airborne, hydrographic, and terrestrial sensors has grown dramatically. While this data is potentially valuable to national mapping organizations, they must find a way to manage it while addressing problems related to data latency, accuracy, and format interoperability.
GIS provides a standards-based framework to manage data and mitigate these issues. With GIS, you can integrate disparate data sources and manage large raster catalogs to provide enterprise accessibility, promote interoperability, and perform dynamic server-side image processing from native data sources to minimize data latency.
Esri International User Conference
Imagery at UC is held annually at the Esri International User Conference.