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Creating authoritative imagery products

Imagery has been the key ingredient in the creation of authoritative maps worldwide for decades. The ArcGIS photogrammetric suite enables you to transform drone, aerial, and satellite images and historical film into authoritative map products, such as orthomosaics, terrain models, and stereo views, to create the basis to capture topography.

Work in your desired environment

The ArcGIS suite of photogrammetric tools are designed to process drone, aerial, or satellite imagery to match your work environment scenario. If your project is small, use ArcGIS Pro and the orthomapping tools right on your desktop. Scale to use distributed processing and storage when you need extra computation power to create orthomosaics and terrain models over large areas or when working with millions of high-resolution images.

Mapping with drones

Whether in the field or office, our simple yet powerful automated tools turn drone imagery into information in minutes, not days. Behind the scenes, our algorithms take the heavy lifting out of drone data processing to create authoritative 2D and 3D products that your entire team can access.

Stereo feature collection

Imagery is the source of most high-accuracy basemaps. The ArcGIS Pro stereo display and measurement tools help you turn your imagery into an authoritative 3D model of your environment. Accurately interpret and extract features to create topographic maps for planning and analysis applications.

Case study

Kalmar County Museum


Archaeologists use drones and ArcGIS to discover the untold story of an ancient fort on an island in Sweden.

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