Robert Waterman

Robert joined Esri in March 2017 as Production Manager with the ArcGIS Living Atlas team. He takes great pride in being a part of all that goes into providing Esri users with the rich online content that the Living Atlas offers...content to complement and enhance Esri's industry leading geospatial platform...content to drive and support the Science of Where.

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Wayback App Enhancements

If you don’t know by now, you might want to get familiar. The Wayback app is the most effective way to access the World Imagery Wayback archive.

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Landsat Update for Living Atlas

With over 1-million scenes and counting, Esri's Landsat services provide a rich historic archive of our ever changing world.

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What’s New in World Imagery (June 2019)

A global facelift, improved accuracy across the Continental US, and an abundance of new community contributions.

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Observing the Red Planet

From ancient celestial charts, to modern day digital imagery maps, humans have been observing and documenting Mars for millennia.

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Stay Current with Landsat Image Services

Most users are already leveraging the latest and greatest Landsat layers and services from the Living Atlas of the World.

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NaturalVue® Cloud-Free Global Imagery Mosaic

Maxar Technologies has teamed up with Esri to make their NaturalVue® 2.0 image mosaic available through the ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.

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Wayback with World Imagery Metadata

Taking a significant step forward, Wayback is out of beta and now includes World Imagery metadata.

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High Fidelity Polar Elevation

Esri's Polar Elevation services incorporate the ArcticDEM and Antarctic REMA elevation products provided by the Polar Geospatial Center.

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What’s New in World Imagery Basemap (July 2017 through June 2018)

A lot has happened with World Imagery since UC 2017. With UC 2018 now upon us, let’s take a moment to reflect...

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