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Improve Performance in Extracting Data from Mosiac Datasets

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  • At previous versions the Image Server extraction from an Image Service could be done in a matter of minutes or less (for a 36 sq mile area). 

    After switching to mosiac datasets this process now takes more than 10 minutes.  We would like to see a mosiac dataset handle this better.

     

     

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     image server, mosaic datasets, clipping, raster
    Posted by   kreuzrsk  to ArcGIS ServerState Government Aug 30, 2011

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andyroo 
May 14, 2012
This issue is preventing me from accurately generating current orthoimagery from the Elwha River Restoration Project. Whether this is a bug in ESRI software or a flaw in Washington State's implementation, it's a major inconvenience for people working on high-resolution imagery. Please escalate a fix to this problem.


 
rulsberger 
Apr 10, 2012
I need a hi-resolution orthoimage for Tacoma, Washington to work on my Capstone for by Bachelors degree. I couldn't imagine if I needed it for my masters like gkingsley below me. It would be ideal if this situation could be fixed.


 
gkingsley 
Mar 14, 2012
I need hi-res orthoimagery for Washington to work on my master's thesis.  The mosaic extraction technology has been available for years, so why is this such a big fix?  Is it money (Washington won't pay to have this fixed, or ESRI has set the price too high)?  Guess I won't be graduating this spring.


 
brandon.bki 
Feb 7, 2012
Did anyone find another solution?


 
IMSurvey 
Jan 17, 2012
When will the Imagery Extractor Tool be fixed? Is there some other way to obtain these photos online?


 
derpooh 
Dec 20, 2011
Hmmm... the clip, zip and ship tool has not been functional for quite some time according the email thread.  So how are we supposed to access the orthoportal imagery without getting the whole state mosiac?  When will it be fixed? It certainly would make a nice Christmas present. 


 
cell2324 
Nov 18, 2011
I need access to the imagery on the Washington State Image Extractor to complete projects for state and federal agencies.  A nonfunctional "Clip Zip & Ship" tool makes the entire site less useful than Google Maps.  Please restore this tool as soon as possible!  It is hugely disappointing when a supposed ugrade results in less functionality than the previous version.

John Celley
Palouse Conservation District
Pullman, WA


 
glovergn 
Nov 17, 2011
I cannot believe that this issue still has not been fixed.


 
dammaps 
Nov 17, 2011
It's been three weeks since expressing our dissatisfaction with the non functioning clip capabilities of the updated version of your image extractor. We have not received any emails providing us with updates on the progress you are making or your timeline on fixing this glaring problem. We would appriciate some feed back on these issures as I am sure your other clients would.  

Yes we are unhappy with the service at this time.

Gerrie DeGross PLS
DeGross Aerial Mapping
Bothell WA.


 
Jordyn 
Oct 28, 2011

ESRI you don't get it.  This has HIGH VISIBILITY to YOUR customer base.  
This project serves multiple state agencies.  Do you think this is good advertising for your software?

One would think this is not in your best interest to ignore this since those of us exposed to this problem tend to start looking elsewhere for solutions when problems of this magnitude are not addressed promptly.
 



 
dammaps 
Oct 27, 2011

Our firm has been using the Washington State image extractor site for planning our mapping and surveying projects for some time and have been very pleased with the quick access this tool allows for planning new projects and responding to our clients.  The updated versions inability to clip out this data makes this site no longer a valued source for planning data.   PLEASE  PUT THE NEEDED RESOURCES TO WORK IN ORDER TO FIX THIS PROBLEM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

Gerrie DeGross  PLS
DeGross Aerial Mapping Inc.
Bothell WA.



 
mattkumpula 
Oct 27, 2011
The Washington State Orthoimage Portal has consistently provided me with projected aerial photos which have been a great asset to our environmental, engineering and surveying projects....until today.  We are no longer able to use the clip and zip function. This is very disappointing and is forcing us to look at other options for this type of data. I as well would really appreciate a quick resolution to fix this valuable tool.

Sincerely,
Matthew T. Kumpula, PLS
Survey Group Director
BergerABAM


 
alvaliant10 
Oct 27, 2011
The Washington State Orthoimage Portal provided our agency with accurately projected aerial photos which have been a great asset to our surveying, engineering and real estate staff.  I am nolonger able to use the clip and zip function which allows me to download images with the associated projection files.  The Wa. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife would greatly appreciate your support in resolving this issue.

Regards,
Alan Hammond, PLS
Wa. State Dept. of Fish and Wildlife


 
I'm a WSDOT employee that frequently uses Orthographic Images. A malfunctioning NAIP server reduces my options and lengthens my time for gathering important data for my projects.

Thank you.


 
rrsmith59 
Oct 17, 2011
Our state, Washington, delivers NAIP imagery through this service, so sluggishness or preceived failure can discourage the public from independent action and increase the workload they take to personnel in local agencies such as our county GIS.  We are always looking for ways to improve efficiency and enable our constiuents to gather information independently.


 
Jordyn 
Oct 7, 2011
please fix this problem.


 
JoyPaulus 
Aug 31, 2011
Many states use this feature to delivery imagery to the public and having it function in a timely manner would benefit the states and ESRI.


 
dewright_ca 
Aug 31, 2011
Awkward to see the latest/greatest product actually have lesser performance than the older technology; this really needs to be brought up to match the expected performance.


 

 

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