Tuesday, April 12th, 2022

Pearson 304 (Studio C) & on Zoom
Hosted by GIS. All are welcome to attend in person or on Zoom.


GIS presentation by Eric Wagner, ESRI
  • Information on upcoming events
  • UD ArcGIS Online (AGOL) organization
  • Roundtable discussion
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A Splash of Color: Bringing the past to life with historical aerial imagery

Aerial imagery remains one of the fundamental pieces of geospatial data used in GIS today, and historical panchromatic (black and white) imagery is no exception. Aside from simply viewing these pictures, ArcGIS Pro offers additional tools to help view this imagery like never before! We’ll explore some of what’s possible with deep learning and stereo imagery in ArcGIS. I’ll also provide some resources to help you get started.
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Eric Wagner

Eric Wagner is nothing short of a geography nerd and is beyond proud of it! Currently, he works at Esri as a Content Engineer on the Learn ArcGIS Team where he combines his passions for working with GIS and teaching it! Specifically, Eric enjoys the areas of field data collection and cartographic data visualization. He graduated from Villanova University with a BA in Geography and an MS in Geography from West Chester University..