ArcGIS Excalibur

ArcGIS Excalibur

Integrated image exploitation


Web-based image exploitation workflow for timely geospatial intelligence

A desktop computer displaying presence of aircraft at airfield of interest in ArcGIS Exacalibur

ArcGIS Excalibur is a web-based imagery exploitation app that allows users to search, analyze, and share images with Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standard Web Map Service (WMS) and Web Map Tile Service (WMTS). Annotate and add measurements or geoenriched observation layers to images and map images in focused workflows for image analytics. Imagery and geospatial workflows that have traditionally been separate are now seamlessly integrated and easily accessible to analysts. Using imagery as a key data source, users can share results as reports or dynamic layers with stakeholders to influence decision-making. 

Spatial workflows to strengthen operations 

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Search and discover

Access imagery in seconds from web-enabled image services, then open it from the search results. Save and quickly get back to search queries. Filter searches by date, cloud cover, and name, or input a service URL for faster access.

Imagery catalog search feature in ArcGIS Excalibur
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Work remotely

You can access imagery over the web from anywhere with Open Geospatial Consortium standard Web Map Service (WMS) and Web Map Tile Service (WMTS). Increase collaboration in the field with remote inspection, analysis, and discovery workflows.

The map and tile services process in ArcGIS Excalibur
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Organize projects

Perform image exploitation more efficiently using imagery projects. Imagery projects organize the images, tools, and instructions needed to complete an exploitation task. Add observation layers to a project and include a web map with geospatial reference layers to help provide context.

Imagery of construction actives in Hollywood, California displayed in ArcGIS Excalibur

Exploit and analyze

Prepare reports with annotated images and extracted information from image observations. Save time by adding geoenriched observation layers or detect change with automated pixel-based comparison. Make multiple edits simultaneously and improve productivity.

Coastal erosion near Point Reyes National Seashore observations collected in ArcGIS Excalibur
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Export and share

Add value to briefings with exported images. Then, share them with key stakeholders to help make informed decisions based on data and insights from images. Bring other ArcGIS apps and solutions into play to create image observation reports, dashboards, interactive briefing materials, and dynamic analysis layers.

The export image tool in ArcGIS Excalibur

How it works

A selected area on the map with a side bar displaying how to add layers, add observations, and then export them

Access imagery

Search for imagery through quick access to Web Map Service or WMTS. Set search settings, preview, view metadata, and save search queries.

Perform imagery exploitation

Create markups and apply geoenriched enhancements. Use the swipe tool to compare two image layers or the detect change tool to track object changes.

Share results

Create imagery observation reports and interactive briefing products, monitor product metrics, or share your analysis as dynamic imagery layers.

Leverage the power of ArcGIS Enterprise


ArcGIS Excalibur integrates with servers to expand to other data sources and provide a complete media intelligence solution—all within the security of ArcGIS Enterprise, the leading GIS software.

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Coming soon: ArcGIS Video Server

Coming soon: ArcGIS Video Server

ArcGIS Video Server will enable video services within ArcGIS Excalibur and provide a new way to index, search for, access, integrate, and stream video across your enterprise.

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ArcGIS Image Server

ArcGIS Image Server

Process, analyze, and share massive collections of imagery and rasters.

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