Join Esri and Freefly Systems for full day drone imagery workshop!
Whether you are new to using an unoccupied aerial vehicle (UAV) or you have been flying for years this workshop will offer tips and tricks for flight planning, image analysis, fleet management, and how to make shareable information products from drone imagery. The ArcGIS platform supports an end-to-end UAV workflow that can begin processing in both the cloud and in offline environments using desktop machines. We will demonstrate and discuss how to plan and use the autonomous flight planning software in the Esri platform to build imagery products from 2D and 3D GIS data. We will show the UAV created imagery products from different types of flights and the different types of processing that is available. We will also explore and explain how to configure these processing steps. After the imagery has been processed and we have created the derived products we will show how to analyze and share information using the ArcGIS platform.
Additionally, Esri partner Freefly Systems will be presenting their Site Scan integration solution with the Astro drone. The Freefly Astro is a made in the USA solution to drone mapping. The Astro is compatible with Site Scan for ArcGIS and can carry a variety of imaging payload from 61-megapixel RGB cameras, to thermal, and Lidar units.
Date: August 1, 2023
Time: 9am-4pm (Doors open at 8:30)
Esri R&D Center Portland
309 SW 6th Ave Ste. 600
Portland, OR 97204
You might be interested in checking out the virtual 2020 Esri User Conference sessions and workshops that are now open to everyone. Here's the link: https://www.esri.com/en-us/landing-page/events/2020/uc-resources
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Machine Learning in ArcGIS 1-day Workshop | Nov 1, 9 AM – 5 PM | Withycombe 205
Gain understanding pertaining to the intersection of spatial analysis and machine learning through Esri technology and tools. This 1-day workshop will introduce participants to advanced analytic tools in ArcGIS Pro. Integration with external frameworks such as R and Python will also be covered via hands-on analysis examples. Orhun Aydin, Ph.D, researcher and product engineer from the Esri Spatial Statistics team, will be the instructor for this workshop. Participants should have working knowledge of ArcGIS Pro, beginner-level knowledge of R, and beginner-level knowledge of Python. Participants must sign-up to attend by October 28th. RSVP below. Please contact Kuuipo Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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At the 2019 Washington GIS Conference in May, Nicole Franklin, Equity and Inclusion Manager for King County, and Greg Babinski will present a brand-new workshop, Introduction to GIS for Equity and Social Justice. The workshop is intended for GIS professionals and for Equity & Social Justice (ESJ) and public policy practitioners. Read more: