ERDAS IMAGINE

Complete Remote Sensing & Image Analysis
  • Build complex spatial models using LAS operators

    LiDAR data of Yosemite, RGB encoded with NAIP data.
  • Monitor ship movements using radar images

    Dynamic Radar change detection tools highlight temperal image differences
  • Find quarry changes using the Spatial Modeler

    Two dates of SGM results from ADS40 imagery were modeled
  • Feature extraction using image segmentation

    FLS image segmentation requires only a few intuitive parameters
  • Work with your geophysical data in ERDAS IMAGINE

    ERDAS IMAGINE integrates more tools for mining and oil & gas
News Releases
August 19, 2014
July 15, 2014
June 05, 2014
June 04, 2014
New Cloud-Based Site Provides Scalable Cost-Savings
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May 30, 2014
New Service Pack Enhances Workflows, and Supports New Formats and Sensor Models
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December 02, 2013
Wichmann VDE publishing house, Germany, selected Intergraph® SG&I as the 2013 Innovation Award winner for best product. Competing with seven other vendors, Intergraph SG&I was nominated by an independent jury of five geospatial scientists and selected by a large margin of geospatial industry voters.
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November 18, 2013
The Czech Republic's national mapping agency, the Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre (COSMC), has implemented a web-based solution from Intergraph® for the distribution and publishing of national geospatial data. The solution includes high-performance image compression and delivery for handling big data on a large scale.
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April 04, 2013
UNIGIS selected Intergraph®'s geospatial education offerings to provide leading GIS, remote sensing and photogrammetry tools to its universities and enrolled students. UNIGIS, a network of universities cooperating in the design and delivery of distance learning in GIS, was founded in 1990 and currently includes sites in fourteen countries.
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October 30, 2012
Intergraph® announces that ERDAS IMAGINE 2013 will include all of the LPS tools and features within the ERDAS IMAGINE ribbon. This release offers more simplified workflows for photogrammetry users who work with smaller quantities of raw data. The tighter integration between LPS and ERDAS IMAGINE will enhance overall change detection and image classification capabilities.
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October 23, 2012
Intergraph® announces that ERDAS IMAGINE® 2013 will include a next-generation spatial modeler that features an all-new, modern interface and provides real-time preview of results. Offering greater flexibility and efficiencies, this new approach will significantly enhance core spatial modeling capabilities.
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Articles
Anchorage Reducing Wildfire Risk with ERDAS IMAGINE®
The spread of spruce bark beetles around Anchorage has killed trees in over 3.2 million acres. This has drastically increased the threat of wildfires in Alaska. The USDA Forest Service determined the area was a community at risk, requiring the Municipality to take action. ERDAS IMAGINE® was the solution selected, providing an unsupervised classification, with classified imagery used to create a spatial model to determine fire hazard.

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Capturing & Delivering Digital Imagery of the Netherlands
Based in the Netherlands, CycloMedia Technology B.V. visualizes complete cities, states and countries from public roads, providing geospatial information to central and local governments, homeland security, financial institutions, and construction companies.

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Citizens Mobilize GIS for the Space Shuttle Columbia First Response
In 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia went down in disaster over eastern Texas. Realizing that satellite image mapping and local assistance would be required, the Humanities Urban Environmental Sciences GIS lab at Stephen F. Austin University immediately began to mobilize units. Utilizing ERDAS IMAGINE® software, this large scale event encompassed a process of data mining, data processing, spatial analysis and map composition, which aided in search and recovery efforts.

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Combating West Nile Virus with Remote Sensing
In the late 1990’s, NASA conducted research utilizing remote sensing and satellite imaging to track the spread of public health threats. Leveraging these capabilities, the Monterey County, California Health Department took pro-active steps to help address the threat of the West Nile virus in their community.

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Conservationists Collaborate to Save Giant Pandas
There are an estimated 1,600 pandas remaining in the wild according to results of China’s national panda survey published in 2004. For the past five years, National Zoo staff have traveled to China instruct students and professionals in geospatial technologies, including using ERDAS IMAGINE to rectify, view and mosaic imagery of the panda’s habitat.

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