Get More From Imagery Webinar Series: Geomatica 2017 Release Overview

Get More From Imagery Webinar Series: Geomatica 2017 Release Overview

Geomatica 2017 Release Overview

April 18, 2017 | 4AM & 2PM (EDT)

Geomatica 2017 represents one of the biggest software releases from PCI Geomatics in several years. Geomatica 2017 provides much improved analytical capability through the addition of Object Analyst for segmentation and classification.

Additionally, a newly developed InSAR module is being introduced which permits the extraction of DEMs and to measure ground deformation.

Geomatica 2017 is packed with new features and capabilities, and we are excited to show you all the latest technology we’ve been developing.

Geomatica 2017 - webinar

Concepts that will be covered in this webinar:

  • Overview of the Object Analyst interface
  • How to best utilize Object Analyst and leverage the powerful capability inside Geomatica
  • Best practices for image preparation prior to segmentation
  • How to select optimal image segmentation parameters to detect objects and extract features
  • How to best associate features to objects for classification
  • Supervised and unsupervised image classification methods and considerations
  • Refining classification results through rules
  • Exporting results and assessing accuracy


Kevin Jones
Director, Marketing & Communications
PCI Geomatics

David Piekny
Director, Marketing & Communications
PCI Geomatics

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