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ESRI will demonstrate how national mapping agencies; local government; and organizations responsible for natural and agricultural resources, conservation, planning, transportation, and other disciplines are making great improvements in their mapping operations with the ArcGIS platform at the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) conference being held July 3–11, 2008, in Beijing, China.

ESRI is supporting the conference as a Silver Sponsor and will be discussing comprehensive software solutions for complete raster data management. ESRI staff will present a variety of papers discussing best practices for use of remotely sensed data in geographic information systems (GIS):

* Interoperable Image Data Access through ArcGIS Server—Qian Liu, July 2

* Custom Image Processing Capabilities in ArcGIS—Hong Xu and Peng Gao, July 4

* Deriving Spatio-Temporal Relations from Simple Data Structure—Ale Raza, July 4

* Common GIS Data Models in Many Industries—Zitan Chen, July 4

* Identifying Building Patterns—Weiping Yang, July 7

* Image-based Geospatial Information Management—Peter Becker, July 8

Visit ESRI at booths 129–131 at the Beijing International Convention Center to see how ESRI technology is used to manage imagery and other raster data easily and efficiently using standards-based, service-oriented architecture enterprise solutions. For more information on ESRI GIS and remotely sensed data, visit www.esri.com/industries/map-chart-dataproduction/solutions/remote.html.


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