New technical paper explores the key requirements for a comprehensive imagery system

The number of satellites orbiting Earth is growing rapidly; many are used to observe our planet. And satellites are just one way to obtain geospatial imagery—there are also drones, planes, and terrestrial sensors capturing more imagery data each day.

Whether you’re a public works department looking to track assets or a governmental organization trying to keep abreast of natural disasters, as your imagery data continues to climb in volume, you might be asking yourself how you or your organization can manage it all while still being able to process your data, perform analyses, and share your findings with stakeholders. Why not have the flexibility to do it all in one place?

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This is where a comprehensive imagery system comes in. Learn how ArcGIS can be leveraged from end-to-end to meet all your imagery needs. Interested? Download the technical paper here.

About the author

Madde was a technical editor on the imagery team. Her work primarily focused on writing and improving documentation and enhancing the overall user experience for imagery products and components. She’s also a biological anthropologist-archaeologist who knows how imagery and remote sensing can be used as powerful tools to help uncover our past.

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