ArcGIS Image Server now included in ESRI Developer Network Program

ArcGIS Image Server now included in ESRI Developer Network Program

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California, USA, 19 April 2007: ArcGIS Image Server, a server-based solution that provides fast access and visualization of large quantities of file-based imagery, has been added to the suite of software provided to ESRI Developer Network (EDN) subscribers. Both ArcGIS Image Server extensions, Orthorectification and Seamline are included.

With the latest inclusion of ArcGIS Image Server extensions EDN subscribers will now be able to get a look at how ArcGIS Image Server process and serve large volumes of geospatial imagery making it accessible and usable soon in enterprise-wide. Output imagery can be displayed nearly instantly for a number of users working simultaneously without the need to preprocess the data and load it into a database management system, eliminating data redundancy and extra storage requirements.

EDN is an annual subscription-based program that supplies software developers with the resources needed to build custom geographic information system (GIS) solutions that embed ESRI desktop, server, and online technologies. The ESRI software provided to EDN subscribers for developing and testing applications includes ArcGIS Image Server, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Engine Developer Kit, ArcIMS, ArcWeb Services, and ArcView. For more information on ESRI Developer Network, visit www.esri.com/edn. and for information about ArcGIS Image Server, visit www.esri.com/imageserver.