Image Analysis with ArcGIS
This course covers dynamic raster processing options available in ArcGIS and takes you on an in-depth exploration of image classification.
Duration – 2 days
City / Dates
- 6-7 February 2018
- 30-31 May 2018
What is the course about?
Learn best practices and workflows to enhance visualisation and extract meaningful information from satellite imagery, LIDAR, and other remotely sensed data. This course covers dynamic raster processing options available in ArcGIS and takes you on an in-depth exploration of image classification. You will use three classification methods to categorise land cover features and learn how to determine which method is appropriate for a given project and dataset.
Am I ready for this course?
This course is designed for GIS professionals, image analysts, and others who work with imagery for mapping and analysis. Those working in the forestry, hydrology, environmental management, urban planning, defence, intelligence, and mining industries may find the course of particular benefit.
What skills will I learn?
- Apply dynamic raster processing functions to enhance raster display, prepare data for analysis, and quickly create multiple products from a single data source.
- Create a time-series mosaic dataset to visually identify and document areas of change.
- Support change detection, risk assessment, and other types of analysis by performing unsupervised, supervised, and object-oriented classification.
- Assess the accuracy of classification results.
Are there any prerequisites?
Completion of ArcGIS II: Essential Workflows or equivalent knowledge is required.