Many things can be done though imagery in the ArcGIS platform, here we will point you to many resources to learn more about that.
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Learn more about ArcGIS Imagery & Remote Sensing.
When working with imagery in the platform you can collect and view imagery content from Esri and Esri partners like:
- High-Resolution Global Basemaps: Background imagery can serve as a canvas, providing context and validation for your GIS data.
- Multispectral, Temporal, Dynamic Image Services: Dynamic image services suitable for visualization and analysis include Landsat, National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP), Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS), and elevation data.
- Premium Imagery Content: Access current imagery without needing to manage it, including premium imagery from Nearmap and Hexagon.
But if you collect your own imagery, you can also use ArcGIS to process, analyze, and maintain it along with your raster data.
- The ArcGIS Imagery Book
- MOOC: Earth Imagery at Work
- Learn.arcgis.com (Category: Imagery and Remote Sensing)
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Learn everything about imagery type of content in the platform:
- Existing data like: Landsat imagery, Sentinel imagery, MODIS data, ...
- Supported data types
- Data storage
- Service types, etc.
If you don't find what you need any Esri Office can help you reach a data provider.
Related products or technologies
There are several products you can use to work imagery content: