|Landsat Program Chronology|
|Landsat Program Wiki|
|Landsat 7 Program|
|Landsat 7 Spacecraft|
|Landsat 7 Payload|
|Landsat 7 Ground System|
|Landsat 7 Orbit & Coverage|
|Landsat 7 Data Properties|
|Landsat 7 Artifact Characterization|
|Landsat ETM+ Calibration|
|Landsat 7 Calibration Parameter File|
|Landsat 7 Level 1 Processing|
|Landsat 7 Data Products|
|Landsat 7 Product Ordering|
|Landsat 7 System Performance|
|Landsat Apllication - Monitoring Temperate Forests|
|Landsat Apllication - Mapping Volcanic Surface Deposits|
|Landsat Data Continuity Mission|
|Landsat Handbook Glossary|
|Landsat Acronym Expansion|
|Landsat 8 will launch on December 2012|
|IKONOS Satellite Images and Sensor Specifications|
|IKONOS Specifications and Price|
|IKONOS Stereo Satellite Imagery|
|IKONOS - GeoEye Image Comparison|
|Advanced Land Observing Satellite "DAICHI"|
|PRISM Panchromatic Remote-sensing Instrument for Stereo Mapping|
|AVNIR-2 Advance Visible and Near Infrared Radiometer type 2|
|PALSAR The Phased Array type L-band Synthetic Aperture Radar|
|12 Category of ALOS Study|
|Low Resulution of Satellite Image|
|Medium Resolution Images|
|High Resolution Satellite Images|
|Very High Resolution Image|
|Microwave Remote Sensing Satellites|
|Images of Landscapes, Cities, Natural Disasters, and Moon|
|GeoEye-1 Satellite Imagery / Sensor Specifications|
|GeoEye Image Collection|
|GeoEye Production Services|
|GeoEye Information Services|
|GeoEye Imagery Sources|
|GeoEye-1 and IKONOS Feature Comparison|
|GeoEye-1 Fact Sheet|
|GeoEye-2 Satellite Images and Sensor Specifications|
|QuickBird Satellite Images and Sensor Specifications|
|QuickBird Satellite Images Gallery|
|A Glance of the QuickBird|
|SPOT-5 Satellite Imagery and Sensor Characteristics|
|Satellite images SPOT : Accuracy and coverage combined|
|SPOT Satellite Image - General Information|
|SPOTView, the digital satellite image map|
|SPOT 6 and SPOT 7: extending SPOT continuity to high-resolution, wide-swath imagery|
|A Glance of the SPOT|
|SPOT (Satellite Pour l'Observation de la Terre)|
|WorldView-1 Satellite Sensor|
|WorldView-2 Satellite Sensor|
|WorldView-2 High-Resolution Satellite Imagery|
|FORMOSAT-2 Satellite Sensor|
|FORMOSAT-2: high resolution satellite images and daily revisit|
|Leveraging FORMOSAT-2’s frequent revisit capability|
|ASTER Satellite Imagery|
|Aster Image Collection for Land Use|
|Example of Aster Image|
|The Wonterfull Earth Observed by ASTER|
|The Mayor City of the World Observed by ASTER|
|Aster Image Collection for Archaeology|
|Aster Image Collection for Cities|
|Aster Image Collection for Geology|
|Aster Image Collection for Glaciers|
|Aster Image Collection for Hydrology|
|Aster Image Collection for Natural Hazards|
|Aster Image Collection for Volcanoes|
|Aster Data Access|
|Aster Data Product|
|CBERS-2 Satellite Sensor|
|Frequently asked questions on CBERS program|
|CBERS 1, 2, 2B / ZY 1A, 1B, 1B2|
|Earth monitoring satellite launched by China and Brazil|
|China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellite (CBERS) / Ziyuan series (International), Spacecraft - Earth observation|
|MODIS Products Table|
|MODIS Design Concept|
|MODIS Components and Specificaitons|
|Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR)|
|NOAA AVHRR Reception & Processing|
|Calibration of NOAA AVHRR Data|
|Orbital Information of NOAA AVHRR|
|NOAA AVHRR System Summary|
|Procedure for Scheduling AVHRR LAC Data|
|Level 1b Data Base of NOAA AVHRR|
|NOAA AVHRR Level 1b Tape Formats|
|NOAA AVHRR Level 1b Data Record Formats|
|NOAA AVHRR Data Volume per Tape|
|NOAA AVHRR Level lb Data Base|
|NOAA AVHRR GAC Data|
|NOAA AVHRR LAC/HRPT Data|
|NOAA AVHRR TOVS Level 1b Data|
|NOAA AVHRR HIRS/2 Data|
|NOAA AVHRR SSU Data|
|NOAA AVHRR MSU Data|
|NOAA AVHRR SBUV/2 Data|
|Calibration of TOVS Data|
|NESDIS Operational Products|
|TOVS Sounding Product|
|Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Products|
|Mapped GAC Products|
|Radiation Budget Products|
|SBUV/2 Ozone Products|
|Polar Stereographic Earth Location|
|Unpacking LAC/HRPT Data|
|Field Station HRPT Data Format|
|Polar Orbiter Archived TOVS Sounding Data Change and Problem Record|
|Historical Record of Significant Events Affecting the SST, Radiation Budget, and Aerosol Products Produced from TIROS-N series AVHRR Data|
|Computation of Global Vegetation Index (GVI)|
|First Generation GVI Products (May 1982 - April 1985)|
|Second Generation GVI Products (April 1985 - Present)|
|Third Generation GVI Products (April 1985 - Present)|
|Ordering GVI Products|
|NOAA KLM User's Guide - AVHRR|
GIS enables sharing of maps and geographic information across workgroups, organizations, enterprises, communities, and the public. You can use, create, analyze, share, and do collaborative work using this shared information.
ArcGIS online is the capability of every part of the ArcGIS system to use this shared geographic information and content. Content is shared using the ArcGIS cloud infrastructure.
ArcGIS is used to share and disseminate geographic information as Web maps and GIS services. GIS professionals use ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Server to create map services and other GIS services to share rich information—as Web maps, image services, editing services, geoprocessing services, and so forth. Once published, these can be discovered and used in many Web clients.
Using this approach, each GIS organization can make its information available to nonspecialists. This also enables the integration of information across organizations, providing a strong basis for collaboration.
In previous releases, ESRI hosted a Web site named ArcGIS Online through which ESRI created and shared a gallery of ready-to-use Web maps and geographic data. All of the content was managed by ESRI, and this Web site was focused on providing access to map services and other GIS services.
At Version 10, ESRI still provides rich Web maps and GIS services. In addition, the ArcGIS system has been enabled to work everywhere:
At ArcGIS 10, the Web is now fully integrated into all aspects of the system, allowing you to share information with others using the Web (in addition to ESRI's maps and data). All parts of the ArcGIS System (desktop, mobile, arcgis.com, server, and so on) have integrated online functionality (which is referred to as ArcGIS online).
Since all products in the ArcGIS system have online capabilities built in, you can manage your own maps and geographic information online and share these across user groups, which you can create, manage, and join for collaborative work.
Your content can be referenced in the Map and App Galleries that are part of ArcGIS online. You can view these on the Web at www.ArcGIS.com. Once you share your content, it can subsequently be discovered and used by others.
Users can work with the online capabilities built into all ArcGIS clients to find and use this shared information.
All ArcGIS clients are fully integrated with the Web, enabling you to incorporate Web and online information into your GIS projects.
Here are some example ways in which you can share maps and geographic information using ArcGIS.
ArcGIS Desktop users can share their work with others using map packages and layer packages. Other Desktop users can search for, discover, and use their shared packages.
Here's how to get connected online and share a layer package.
Subsequently, other Desktop users can get connected online to search for, discover, and download shared layer packages and other Desktop content.
You can use www.ArcGIS.com to create and share Web maps. Web maps are online maps that reference a set of map and GIS services for use on any ArcGIS client—in desktops, Web applications, mobile devices, and ArcGIS Explorer Online. Each Web map is composed of one or more Web map services that are combined to create a useful map experience for ArcGIS users.
Web maps can be shared and used through the Web by anyone without the user having to install any ArcGIS software. A person can simply use their Web browser, mobile phone, or ArcGIS Explorer Online to access and use these Web maps. Web maps also work with ArcGIS Desktop as well.
Web maps bring geographic information to life and provide access to rich GIS information and tools that are behind each map display. ArcGIS.com has a web application that enables anyone to create and share Web maps.
With an ArcGIS online login, you can create and join user groups. These are focused user communities who want to work together more closely. Users can define these groups and invite others to join.
You also have control over the content that you load into ArcGIS online and with whom you share it. You may choose to share certain content elements with a small set of users.
Who shares with whom?
What do they share?
How do they share?
Desktop user to desktop user
Use ArcGIS Desktop to connect online and manage content in online workspaces and share content via groups.
Desktop user to Web user
Web user to Web user
Create and share Web Maps at ArcGIS.com
Web developer to Web user
Create Web apps using the free Web API's for ArcGIS. These Web apps use Web maps.
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