Supporting Mining Operations using DigitalGlobe Imagery and ArcGIS

June 12, 2014 Ayan Talukder

This web seminar focused on different ways in which DigitalGlobe 8 band imagery can be used to support exploration planning, monitoring and expansion in the mining industry. An overview was provided of the analytical workflows that can help you understand a mine’s rate of change and possible impacts on the surrounding environment. The event concluded by demonstrating an efficient method for making derived products accessible to offices locally and globally using ArcGIS Online.

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