Introducing E3De 3.1
Discover the Next Dimension of Your Data
With this release of E3De you can now conveniently extract important elevation information and products from LiDAR point cloud data and include them in your geospatial analysis projects such as viewshed and line-of-sight studies, forest inventories, right-of-way analyses, and urban planning applications.
E3De 3.1 gives you the accurate results you need to make decisions:
- Automatically open E3De analysis results in ENVI or ArcGIS® with one click functionality so you can get answers more quickly.
- Improved user interface that includes docking windows, a new layer manager view, and more.
- Option to display coordinates in MGRS, latitude and longitude (decimal/degrees or degrees/minutes/seconds), or map coordinates.
- Ability to colorize point clouds based on elevation
For more information on E3De 3.1, check out the following resources:
ENVI 5 Service Pack 1
Now Supporting ArcGIS Image Services
The latest on the ENVI front, our premier software solution for extracting information from geospatial imagery, is the ENVI 5 Service Pack 1. Highlights for this release include:
- Support for ArcGIS Server Image Services for quick access to large amounts of imagery including Esri’s Landsat imagery library.
- Compatibility with Esri mosaic datasets and Pleiades Primary or Ortho
(single image or mosaic) data.
- Option to display the MGRS coordinate system.
See a complete list of what's new in ENVI 5 Service Pack 1.
ENVI Image and Data Analytics Coming to a Cloud Near You!
Exelis VIS will release a new, cloud-based implementation of ENVI image analysis software early in 2013. The new offering, ENVI Services Engine, will provide online, on-demand tools that provide reliable geospatial analysis on any existing infrastructure, allowing geographically dispersed workforces to perform critical tasks to gain situational awareness like assessing terrain conditions and identifying targets and threats through mobile, desktop, and thin clients.
Watch a video overview now!
Learn more about ENVI Services Engine.
Newest Release of IDL Expands the Palette
IDL is the scientific programming language used to visualize complex scientific and numerical data. The newest release of IDL, version 8.2.1, supports ColorBrewer color tables and allows you to add macros to the toolbar.
See a complete list of what's new in IDL 8.2.1