Webinar – Maximize the Value of Raster Data Using FME

Maximize the Value of Raster Data Using FME – Thursday, November 15 at 8am PST / 11am EST / 4pm GMT – Register Now*
 
Rasters are very different than vectors, requiring their own techniques. Join us to discover how you can prep your raster data and transform it to meet your needs with FME.

Attend to See How You Can:

Restructure your raster data by clipping, mosaicking, tiling, and more

Integrate raster data with vector data

Convert raster data into the format and coordinate system you need

Share your rasters via a web map tile cache or through online, self-serve access

Can’t attend live? Sign up anyway to receive a link to the recording.
 

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Glenn is a geographer and a GIS professional with over 20 years experience in the industry. He's the co-founder of GISuser and several other technology web publications.


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