Category Archives : ESRI

Pain Points Survey Blog #2: How Do You Handle Large Data Volumes?

LizardTech conducted an industry survey at the Esri User Conference in July and online in August. If you’re wondering how your industry peers are using, compressing, accessing and storing all types of raster data, refer to this blog over the next few months for an overview of the survey results. Handling, managing and storing large […]

Esri UC Wrap Up – Still Time to Take Our Survey

Thanks to all of you who visited the LizardTech booth last month at the Esri User Conference. Of the record 17,000 attendees, we think we gave demos of our new GeoExpress 9.5 software to at least 16,999 of you. We’re just glad you didn’t stop by all at once. As expected, the most popular feature […]

GeoExpress 9.5 Unveils LiDAR Compression at the Esri UC

The LizardTech booth is sure to be a hopping place at the Esri User Conference this month. We’ll be unveiling the latest version of GeoExpress, conducting a ‘Pain Points’ survey and hosting a Guess-the-Lizards contest. So put booth #2310 on your official agenda for what promises to be a busy show in San Diego.   […]

Share Your Pain and Win a Tablet

At LizardTech, we realize that raster data sets pose challenges to nearly every organization. From acquisition and storage to processing and delivery, raster data management issues will only grow as new and different airborne, mobile and stationary sensors hit the market, collecting greater volumes of data at faster rates and higher resolution. That’s why we […]

GeoExpress Toolbox for ArcMap 2

For those of you that live in ArcGIS, you’ll be glad to know that it’s easy to perform GeoExpress tasks directly in ArcMap. You can use the versatile and extensible python toolboxes built into ArcGIS to run GeoExpress commands. We’ve thrown together a sample GeoExpress Toolbox that you can extend or use as-is to perform […]

GeoExpress 9 at the Esri 2013 User Conference

Hello again San Diego! LizardTech returns to the Esri User Conference this year carrying precious cargo. We’ll be offering a sneak peek at the latest, shiniest version of our image compression and manipulation software, GeoExpress. Now in version 9, GeoExpress offers a serious speed boost and a much simpler workflow. Some of the benefits of […]

Interviews with the director

Our director of product management, Jon Skiffington, was ready to meet the press at the recent Esri International User Conference in San Diego. Which was a good thing, because the press showed up in the form of Sanjay Gangal of GISCafé and Alexis Brumm of Point of Beginning (POB) Magazine. First, here’s a video of Jon’s […]