Our software solutions are used by scientist to study climate trends and forecast weather conditions. ENVI Products and IDL can help you create flood zone models to forecast the effects of heavy rains, visualize numerical data to study the structure of tornadoes, create models to predict glacial erosion and much more.
Access virtually all scientific data types used for weather and climate studies such as NetCDF, HDF, and GRIB, as well as specific sensors like AVHRR, Suomi NPP, Landsat, and more.
Data collected by today’s sensors contain more information than ever before. More information means big data sets. ENVI and IDL have always excelled at managing, accessing, and visualizing extremely large data volumes. Exelis VIS has developed novel solutions for minimizing data being accessed at one time, but still providing the visual performance you've come to expect.
Some data sets are so large, or the analysis is so computationally intensive, it requires a more specialized approach such as parallelization or the utilization of Graphical Processing Units (GPU). ENVI and IDL can take advantage of both of these options. Our Professional Services Group can implement this approach for you, or the tools are available to do it yourself.
Detect change by comparing two images from different times to monitor glacial recession, desertification, or ecosystem shift due to drought or other environmental factors. The results, which can be derived from automated workflows, can include maps of detected changes and reports showing the area and percentage of detected change.
Correct for atmospheric and sensor effects in your imagery using products from the ENVI Platform and IDL to increase data quality and improve the accuracy of your image analysis such as change detection, classification, feature extraction and more.
Easily add mathematical and statistical routines from the IMSL™ C Numerical Library to perform further analysis on the climate and weather models you create with IDL and ENVI products.
Create models based upon historical data to help predict weather patterns and to study the impact of potential climate change scenarios. Use programmatic analysis methods to model space weather events such as solar flares and their effects on GPS and radio communication.
Use IDL to plot data such as currents, tides, temperatures, precipitation and more.
ENVI Products fully integrate with ArcGIS® from Esri, allowing you to add more information than ever before to your GIS for more powerful geospatial products. With access to ENVI image analysis tools directly from the ArcGIS desktop and server environments you can increase efficiency and improve the decision-making process.
ENVI tools are available directly within the ArcToolbox™, letting you easily add analysis capabilities to your new and existing GIS models and applications. ENVI image analysis tools are easy to learn and use, so you can create maps and other geospatial products for better and more informed decisions about habitat, conservation and more.
ENVI for ArcGIS® Server delivers advanced ENVI image analysis tools to the ArcGIS Server environment so users across the enterprise can effectively add information from imagery to their GIS. Results from ENVI can also be sent to a geodatabase, or pushed directly into ArcMap™ for further vector analysis or integration into workloads.
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