Georeferencing google earth images in ArcGIS

Georeferencing Google earth images in ArcGIS

Georeferencing Google earth images using ArcGIS

Raster data is obtained from many sources, such as satellite images, scanned maps, and historical data usually do not contain spatial reference information. In these cases you will need to use accurate location data to align or georeference your raster data to a map coordinate system.

Georeferencing Google earth images means entering coordinates into a defined projection and indicating which points in the image correspond to those coordinates.

When you georeference Google earth images, you define its location using map coordinates and assign the coordinate system of the map frame.

In this article I will show you how to georeference Google Earth images in ArcGIS / georeference Google Earth images using ArcGIS.

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