ENVI is the industry standard for image processing and analysis software. It is used by image analysts, GIS professionals and scientists to extract timely, reliable and accurate information from geospatial imagery. This geospatial software is scientifically proven, easy to use and tightly integrated with Esri’s ArcGIS platform.

ENVI image analysis software has remained on the cutting edge of innovation for more than three decades due in part to its support of all types of data including multispectral, hyperspectral, thermal, LiDAR and SAR. ENVI makes deep learning accessible to people through intuitive tools and workflows that don’t require programming. ENVI geospatial image analysis can also be customized through an API and visual programming environment to meet specific project requirements.

ENVI | Spectral Analysis

ENVI | Spectral Analysis

ENVI software is the definitive leader in spectral image processing and analysis with the top tools to analyze multi and hyperspectral data including spectral target detection and identification. These tools are based on established, scientific methods for spectral analysis – using pixel responses at different wavelengths to obtain information about the materials within each pixel.

Best in class and proven by experts

ENVI spectral tools can detect targets, calculate vegetation and forest health, map materials of interest and much more. They are used to measure marine debris and pollution, analyze wildlife habitats, map oil slicks, evaluate water quality, mitigate wildfires, detect methane leaks, identify minerals, map vegetation health and assist with many Defense and Intelligence applications.

There are interactive capabilities found exclusively in ENVI including spectral library support and workflows that are needed to process hyperspectral data. ENVI’s spectral algorithms have been peer-reviewed, tested and ultimately proven by the remote sensing community over several decades.

ENVI | Integration with ArcGIS®

ENVI image processing and analysis software is tightly integrated with Esri’s ArcGIS platform and lets GIS users seamlessly access and analyze imagery to solve critical problems with confidence. ENVI analytics can be accessed from within any ArcGIS environment and results can be displayed directly from ArcGIS Pro, ArcMap or via ArcGIS Online. By extending ArcGIS with ENVI analytics you can derive quantitative, actionable results from remotely sensed data, share them across your organization and use the information to make better decisions, regardless of your experience.

With the integration of ENVI’s task-based analytics into ArcGIS, it is easy to implement all of the advanced ENVI image processing techniques on the desktop or in the enterprise. Additionally, there are automated workflows exposed out-of-the-box in ArcGIS making it easy to deliver expert-level results regardless of image analysis experience

Python integration

L3Harris has exposed ENVI tasks through a Python client library, ENVI Py, which enables users to access ENVI’s suite of top image processing tools directly from ArcMap or ArcGIS Pro. Users also have access to out-of-the-box toolboxes for ArcMap or ArcGIS Pro. This suite enables ArcGIS users to take advantage of ENVI’s advanced imagery capabilities where and how they want. .

Batch process and create custom workflows

ENVI Modeler helps you perform batch processing and effortlessly create custom image processing and analysis workflows without writing a single line of code. These workflows can be published directly to ArcGIS Pro.

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