Tuesday, March 22, 2011

ERDAS ECW/JP2 SDK Webinar Today

I will be doing a webinar on the ECW/JP2 SDK Webinar today at 11am US Eastern Daylight Savings time.

Below is the description:

Are you a software developer producing geospatial software? With the ERDAS ECW/JP2 SDK, you can create applications that dramatically reduce the time, money, and effort required to handle massive geospatial imagery.

The ERDAS ECW/JP2 SDK allows you to provide support for the visually-lossless ECW imagery format and the ECWP protocol in your desktop and server applications. ERDAS’ Enhanced Compression Wavelet (ECW) technology compresses bulky imagery files into manageable sizes, enabling faster processing and transfer of imagery, reducing the hardware investment required for the geospatial workflow. Using minimal memory, ECW can rapidly compress massive files to smaller sizes than other formats, while still preserving the quality of the images. ECW files can then be reopened quickly, in many cases faster than uncompressed imagery. Additionally, multi-resolution level of detail is built into the file, eliminating the need to generate or distribute pyramids or overviews. Enhanced Compression Wavelet Protocol (ECWP) allows streaming of ECW images, enabling rapid delivery of large quantities of imagery over the internet to thousands of users with standard server hardware of eight cores or less.

During this webinar, we will showcase the value that ECW and ECWP support can bring to your applications, easily increasing their value and appeal to your potential customers.


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