Discover ENVI Leading software for Digital image processing
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Friday, October 18, 2019
ENVI (an acronym for "Environment for Visualizing Images") is a software application used to process and analyze geospatial imagery.

ENVI is the premier software solution for processing and analyzing geospatial imagery used by GIS professionals, scientists, researchers, and image analysts around the world. ENVI software combines the latest spectral image processing and image analysis technology with an intuitive, user-friendly interface to help users get meaningful information from imagery. ENVI integrates directly withArcMap and any ArcGIS geodatabase, enabling users to access data directly from ArcMap or geodatabases into ENVI for analysis and to return results into ArcMap or to a geodatabase.

ENVI supports geospatial imagery gathered from today’s popular satellite and airborne sensors. These sensors include ASTER, AVIRIS, AVHRR, Landsat 8, NPP VIIRS, Quickbird, RadarSat, SkySat-1, SPOT, TMS, USGS DEM data, WorldView-3, Pleiades, and more. Supported data types include:

  • Hyperspectral
  • Multispectral
  • Panchromatic
  • Infrared
  • Thermal
  • LiDAR
  • LAS
  • LAZ
  • HDF5
  • Full Motion Video
  • NetCDF-4

ENVI image analysis software uses scientifically proven analytics to deliver expert-level results. Businesses and organizations choose ENVI because it integrates with existing workflows, supports today's most popular sensors, and can easily be customized to meet unique project requirements for many fields :

  • Academic for students, image analysis, cutting-edge research
  • Defense & Intelligence as geospatial imagery
  • machine learning technology, infrastructure and analytics
  • Fed/Civil by extracting buildings footprints, model flood plains
  • Maritime using S-AIS ( Satellite Automatic Identification System )
  • Precision Agriculture by analyzing remotely sensed data such as satellite and UAV imagery
  • Transportation by Managing transportation networks & infrastructure, whether road, rail, or aviation, is a high-risk proposition

With step-by-step training, user created extensions, video guides, and product documentation you can quickly learn how to create accurate geospatial products, go to harris geo spatial.


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KHALID .A, Engineer in Communication & Digital Processing.

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