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Exelis Visual Information Solutions (VIS) provides ENVI – a suite of software solutions allowing ArcGIS users to enhance mapping applications with important information from geospatial imagery.
Exelis VIS and Esri have worked for the past several years to integrate their two software technologies in order to make accessing imagery and image analysis functionality seamless for the ArcGIS user. ENVI now makes it easier to add information from imagery to a GIS, providing advanced image analysis tools available directly in the ArcToolbox, eliminating the need to move back and forth between software packages. Results can be output as vector layers for inclusion in a geodatabase, creating important geographic knowledge. And, ENVI tools and processes are easily customized to meet the unique needs of your organization.
ENVI provides the image analysis capabilities GIS professionals use to extract important features of interest, detect change in an area over time, classify types of land cover, and much more.
-ENVI desktop solutions provide a dynamic, easy-to-navigate interface for users of any experience level.
-ENVI cloud-based solutions featuring ENVI for ArcGIS® Server, which allows ArcGIS users to deliver ENVI’s advanced image analysis tools directly to users across an enterprise
-ENVI mobile solutions provide fast and easy consumption of imagery-based products to ArcGIS Online, as well as the capability to display ENVI-derived content on mobile clients.
Industries Served: Defense, Environmental Management, Forestry, Intelligence
For over three decades, the defense and intelligence community has turned to Exelis VIS to employ the latest image and data analysis technologies - from off the shelf products to fully custom implementations - to provide the geospatial knowledge needed to make informed decisions. Custom solutions are carefully defined and developed by a team of highly experienced consultants from our Professional Services Group (PSG), a team focused on helping you get the actionable intelligence you need. With unparalleled knowledge of data processing and image exploitation, we combine the agility of commercial software development with your unique mission needs, delivering you the latest technology-based solutions to your 21st century problems.
- Application Development
- Data Conversion/Migration
- Needs and Requirements
- System Architecture and Design
- System Integration
- Training Services
- Environmental Management
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ENVI for ArcGIS Server
The demand for timely and accurate information from geospatial imagery is growing in industries from defense and intelligence to urban planning and development. ENVI is the software solution used by professionals across industries to quickly, easily, and accurately extract information from imagery and provide current and detailed information about an area of interest for updating geodatabases.
As organizations rely more on geospatial imagery, the transition to server-based platforms like Esri’s ArcGIS Server® for image management and dissemination increases efficiency and collaboration across the workflow, creating an environment that is not only easier for administrators to manage, but for end users to access. Now, you can easily deliver ENVI’s advanced image analysis tools to the ArcGIS Server environment using ENVI for ArcGIS Server, a revolutionary new product that provides the tools users across the enterprise need to effectively add important information about a geographic area to their GIS.
ENVI for ArcGIS Server allows you to author, publish, and distribute image analysis tools and models to your entire organization. With ENVI image analysis tools available within the familiar ArcGIS Server environment, end users now can take full advantage of the rich geographic data contained in imagery.
Use ENVI for ArcGIS® Server to:
Author tools and models on the desktop to provide customized image analysis functionality to your organization
Publish models and applications across the enterprise to increase overall productivity and return derived data to a central, shared location
Use image analysis applications and models published through the ArcGIS Server platform on a desktop, mobile, or Web client