GeoEDU Tip – Learn how to work with Imagery with Drone2Map for ArcGIS

Drone technology is transforming traditional field data collection and imagery-production workflows for many users of ArcGIS and ArcGIS Online. UAV collected imagery and data is powerful and can be applied to many user scenarios, as we’ve experienced and shared via our own UAV and aerial mapping services division here at GEO Jobe. For those interested in learning more about Esri’s Drone2Map, we share a useful educational opportunity.

In this seminar, learn how Drone2Map for ArcGIS helps organizations save time, reduce costs, and increase speed of operations.

About the 60 minute seminar:

The presenters demonstrate how to create orthomosaics, point clouds, and 3D meshes from drone-captured imagery, then quickly share and work with those products in other ArcGIS apps, including ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro. This 60 minute class is available to all who have a current maintenance subscription.

This seminar is suitable for GIS analysts, Image analysts, managers, and any Geotech professionals looking to leverage drone technology in their workflows.

Note, this session is provided to users with current Esri license subscriptions

See more info HERE

Did you know… with Drone2Map you can turn your AUV collected imagery into orthomosaics, 3D meshes and more.

Are you interested in learning more about how GEO Jobe is using drone / UAV technology in our business? We’ve shared a number of project updates, images and videos from the field (and from the air) via our Twitter @geojobeuav and Instagram @geojobeuav. A description of services we provide can be found on our UAV home page

GEO Jobe UAV services has worked on a variety of projects including clients in: local government, utilities, mining, agriculture, construction, EDU facilities and more.

The GEO Jobe crew currently has three FAA licensed UAV remote pilots experienced in UAV and mobile data collection techniques for orthophotography updating, corridor mapping, asset inventory, terrian modeling, 3D building design models and more.

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