Esri Webinar: Reveals New Methods of Imagery Change Detection

Esri Webinar: Reveals New Methods of Imagery Change Detection

The Art and Science of Imagery Change Detection

Wed, Oct 21, 2015 10:30 PM – 11:30 PM IST

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Esri webinarThe only thing constant is change. This undeniable truth has significant implications for those engaged with geospatial technologies. Attend this webinar to explore how you can use imagery for measuring, mapping, and understanding geospatial change.

You’ll see change detection methodologies from MDA Information Systems that use moderate resolution imagery, such as Landsat and RapidEye, to detect landscape changes over large regions. Explore MDA’s specialized algorithms that overcome challenges caused by sensor and seasonal variations as opposed to real physical change on the ground. The results are powerful GIS change detection layers that show what changed and how it changed with minimal detection errors.

This valuable technology has applications in land management, environmental monitoring, forestry, habitat management, agricultural and population mapping, desertification, defense, and many other areas.

You’ll learn:

• How change detection can improve your GIS from Lawrie Jordan, Esri Director of Imagery
• How Persistent Change Monitoring greatly improves change detection accuracy from Greg Koeln, MDA Information Systems Chief Technology Officer
• How change detection is used to update Land cover maps from Nate Herold, NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Physical Scientist

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