This seminar is for those interested in learning about this new addition to ArcGIS 9.2.
Date: Thursday, May 24, 2007
Time: 9 AM, 11 AM, or 3 PM Pacific (Los Angeles); 12 PM, 2 PM, or 6 PM Eastern (New York)
Description: Georeferenced imagery is an invaluable component of GIS applications that has been used increasingly over the past decades. This data can be difficult to work with because it is file based, takes a lot of disk space, and requires a lot of processing by the client to get it into a usable form. Image Server makes using imagery easier by performing all the processing on a server machine and providing the GIS application with only the imagery data that is required for a particular map display. Furthermore, the imagery is better because Image Server accesses the original source data and resamples it only once, reducing image degradation. This seminar shows how Image Server provides imagery based on client specifications using original source data and on-the-fly processing. It discusses the approach behind Image Server and enumerates many of the benefits over traditional image access methods.
The seminar uses both Windows Media Player and Flash.
See http://www.esri.com/training and in the Free Live Training Seminar area, click “Introduction to ArcGIS Image Server 9.2.”