Learn How to Perform Remote Inspections and Create Content from Image and Video Services with ArcGIS Excalibur

Imagery and geospatial workflows that traditionally have been separate are now seamlessly integrated and easily accessible to analysts using ArcGIS Excalibur. Powered by ArcGIS Image Server and ArcGIS Video Server, analysts can work with a wide variety of services such as image, web map, tile, and video services. As a web-based imagery application, ArcGIS Excalibur saves time and resources by allowing users to perform remote inspections and analysis on images and video, as well as share reports or dynamic layers with key stakeholders.

Join us to learn how to:

  • Access imagery: Use ArcGIS Excalibur to access imagery, web map, tile, and video services from a wide variety of sensors including drones, making it easier to conduct and perform analysis on your data.
  • Perform analysis: Conduct remote inspections by creating mark ups, measurements, and object counts, conduct visual change detections, apply image enhancements, and collect observations to create content from your focus image or video services.
  • Share results: Share analysis from remote inspection as dynamic layers to other ArcGIS applications, such as ArcGIS Dashboards and ArcGIS Insights, or reports in programs like Microsoft PowerPoint.

Who should attend? Anyone interested in leveraging the benefits of web-based image analysis for geospatial intelligence.


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