ENVI 5 Roadshow

By on 3 April, 2012
Geospatial imagery is relied upon for its up-to-date, accurate information about geographic areas of interest and is used to evaluate biodiversity, monitor change over time, detect and identify targets and a variety of other applications. To take full advantage of geospatial imagery, you need advanced image analysis software that allows you to quickly and easily find the important information within your imagery.
The upcoming release of ENVI makes your image analysis workflow more efficient and allows you to get the information you need quickly. With a streamlined user interface, a modern high-speed display, new and advanced processing tools, and a more flexible API for easy customization, ENVI 5 makes it easier to solve problems using geospatial imagery.
Exelis, the creators of ENVI 5 are putting on a road show in April, to show off its new features.
The road show will be seminar-based, and will visit Melbourne (16 April), Canberra (17 April), Brisbane (18 April), and Sydney (19 April).
During each three-hour seminar, you will see new ENVI 5 capabilities, have the opportunity to explore the software first hand, and ask questions directly to the Exelis VIS team.
Fore more information on the seminars and to register, email Eduardo Iturrate.
For more information on ENVI 5 visit http://www.exelisvis.com/envi-interface/Home.aspx

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