New Webinar: Introducing the Next-Generation IMAGINE Spatial Modeler

Join us for our next webinar, Introducing the Next-Generation IMAGINE Spatial Modeler.

The upcoming release of ERDAS IMAGINE 2013 will introduce a next-generation IMAGINE Spatial Modeler, an enhanced version of the popular ERDAS IMAGINE utility that enables you to standardize and automate geospatial processes. During this webinar, we will demonstrate how to use your existing spatial models, create new ones, and use Python scripting to extend the new spatial modeler. We’ll also show how to publish your models as a Web Processing Service (WPS) which can then be executed from our new web client via ERDAS APOLLO Professional.

Register now: December 5, 2012  |  10:00 AM US EST (GMT -5)

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