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The ArcGIS Imagery Book

June 28, 2016

See Where Imagery and GIS Go Next in The ArcGIS Imagery Book: New View. New Vision

Redlands, California —Getting a more intelligent picture of our planet just got easier thanks to an explosion in new imagery data collection sources, like drones and microsatellites, coupled with new image processing and analysis capabilities in Esri technology.   This next generation of imagery intelligence comes alive in The ArcGIS ImageryBook: New View. New Vision., published