Drone2Map for ArcGIS – What will your drone do for you?

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Turn Your Drone Into an Enterprise GIS Productivity Tool.

Create orthomosaics, 3D meshes, and more, in ArcGIS from your drone-captured still imagery ― in minutes, not days.

Drone2Map for ArcGIS is a desktop app that turns raw still imagery from drones into orthomosaics, 3D meshes, tile images, and more, in ArcGIS. Now, with drone hardware becoming more accessible, you can create 2D and 3D maps of hard-to-access features and areas.

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MESSENGER and the Science of Mercury

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The MESSENGER spacecraft’s name comes from “MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging,” highlighting the project’s broad range of scientific goals. MESSENGER was the first spacecraft to orbit the planet Mercury, and the spacecraft’s seven scientific instruments and radio science investigation helped to unravel the history and evolution of the solar system’s innermost planet. MESSENGER orbited Mercury from March 18, 2011 to April 30, 2015. Let’s take a closer look at some of the fascinating things MESSENGER has taught us about the closest planet to the sun.

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Landsat: Unlocking Earth’s Secrets

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In operation since 1972, Landsat is the longest running program for acquiring satellite imagery of our Earth.

Landsat sees the earth in a unique way. It takes images of every location in the world to reveal earth’s secrets, from volcanic activity to urban sprawl.

Landsat sees things on the electromagnetic spectrum, including what’s invisible to the human eye.

Landsat takes images of every location on earth once every 16 days, so we can see how places change over time.

Landsat’s work is epic in scale. In 43 years, it has amassed over a petabyte of data, with more than 4 million scenes and counting.

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