Jeff Liedtke

Jeff Liedtke is a PE and Documentation Lead for the Raster Team at Esri. He has a background in remote sensing, with degrees from UC Santa Barbara and Simon Fraser University, B.C., Canada. Jeff has worked for remote sensing software companies, Space Imaging, DigitalGlobe and photogrammetric mapping companies. Applying remote sensing techniques to provide valuable information for operational decision support applications is his passion.

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Use raster function templates to assess vegetation for wildlife habitat

This tutorial shows you how to create a raster function template (RFT) to process an image, and save both the RFT and the final results to disk.

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Video Multiplexer Tips and Tricks

Format your metadata for the video multiplexer tool to geoenable video data for the Full Motion Video player.

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Ortho Mapping in ArcGIS Pro Part I: Getting Organized with a Workspace

How to get started with ortho mapping in ArcGIS Pro. Create a project workspace.

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Take Raster Analytics for a Test Drive

A new Learn ArcGIS lesson allows you to configure and use distributed raster processing in ArcGIS Enterprise to analyze landslide risk.

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Check out the ArcGIS Image Analyst extension for ArcGIS Pro!

ArcGIS Image Analyst, a new extension for ArcGIS Pro 2.1, was release in January 2018!  We’ve built the Image Analyst extension to ser...

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What’s New for Displaying Imagery in ArcGIS Online (June 2017)?

The June 2017 update of ArcGIS Online includes some useful capabilities for displaying imagery served by your image services. These capab...

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Propel Productivity to the Next Level with Raster Analytics

Imagery can add valuable information and context to a wide array of GIS projects. For example, you can detect impervious surfaces for sto...

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Get Started with Raster Analytics

Raster analytics using ArcGIS Enterprise is a flexible raster processing, storage, and sharing system that employs distributed computing ...

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Impervious Surface Mapping Using Pro 1.4 – Part 2: Classification

Impervious surface maps are used for important storm water management operations such as helping to identify Best Management Practices fo...

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