- Unlimited site licence covering both teaching and research
- Estimated cost savings for a large university of around £25K per annum
Agreement start: 1 July 2015
Agreement end: 30 June 2018
Higher Education in the UK and the Republic of Ireland
The community expressed an interest for Eduserv to negotiate an Agreement for ENVI with ITT Visual Information Solutions, later to become part of Exelis Inc and renamed Exelis Visual Information Solutions. Exelis is now a subsidiary of Harris Corp.
Owner: Harris Geospatial Solutions
ENVI is the software of choice for processing and analysing geo-spatial imagery, combining advanced spectral imaging processing techniques with a modern, user-friendly interface. Whether you use panchromatic, LiDAR, SAR, multispectral or hyperspectral imagery, ENVI has the latest processing and analysis tools to help you extract meaningful information to make better decisions. More information can be found here.
Extend the functionality of ENVI with the ENVI Module Bundle which includes ENVI DEM Extraction, Feature Extraction, Atmospheric Correction and Photogrammetry. More information can be found here
IDL is the programming language of choice for many Academics and Scientists because it’s easy to learn, easy to use, and requires fewer lines of code than other programming languages, making it easier and faster to go from data to discovery. IDL is the base product of ENVI allowing users to expand its capabilities. More information can be found here
SARscape allows users to easily read, process, and output their SAR data so they can transform hard-to-interpret data into meaningful, contextual information. Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data is a sophisticated data type that can be used to analyse an area of interest during the day or night, regardless of weather conditions. It is particularly helpful when trying to detect change and study the topography of a specific area. The products available through CHEST are: SARscape Basic – InSAR and Interferometric Stacking (PB,SBAS) Windows and Linux only. More information can be found here.
Pricing and Ordering
Annual fees (payments annually in advance)
Number of Licences
|Any of the following software products can be bundled with ENVI Base. ENVI Base must be purchased in order to be able to order any of the following:
|ENVI Modules Bundle
|40 seat "IDL Bundle"
|5 x SARscape Licences
|10 x SARscape Licences
|25 x SARscape Licences
|50 x SARscape Licences
Sites that pay for three years upfront will enjoy an additional 10% discount.
On receipt of a completed Licence, Institutions will be invoiced for the Agreement year in which the Licence is signed. For each subsequent year, Institutions will be invoiced three months in advance of the anniversary date of the licence. Purchase orders and payments for the licence fee must be made to "Eduserv". Invoices are payable within 30 calendar days of the date of invoice.
Price is fixed at time of sign-up to the Agreement for the full term of the 3-year licence.
Institutions may, if they wish, pay a single charge to cover their commitment period (3 years).
Start date: 1 July 2015 End date: 30 June 2018
Institutions must make a three-year commitment from the date of joining.
How to Order
One copy of the Chest Order Form and one Purchase Order made out to 'Eduserv' for the licence fee must be completed and returned by email to: email@example.com
The Licence terms and conditions are the Licensor’s own EULA with negotiated amendments as listed in section 10 of the Eduserv Chest Order Form.
Copying of the Software is allowed at any Institution for use by any member of staff or student in accordance with the Licence Conditions.
At the end of the agreement period sites must remove the ENVI software, along with any add-ons or modules, from their systems.
Location and Use Permissions
|Staff home use rights
|Student home use rights
|Access via Citrix, Terminal Server
|Administration and management of the Licensee’s educational or research operations
Home use rights for staff and students are included in this agreement, subject to the export restrictions detailed in the Home Use Section of the Order From.
Service and Support
A free 30 day single user evaluation copy of ENVI is available.Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up
Full product documentation is available from Supplier's website, currently hosted at Exelis
Training and Training Materials
The ENVI Pocket Guides are quick reference booklets - not intended to be read from cover to cover although they can be. The intent is to provide users succinct steps on how to accomplish common tasks in ENVI.
Download the ENVI Pocket Guide - Basics
Download the ENVI Pocket Guide - Intermediate
For beginners or to gain more experience with using ENVI SARscape there are tutorials to cover all levels, including test datasets which are available via an FTP site that require a login. To obtain a login, contact our partners Sarmap: email@example.com)
- If users want to use sentinel data, please check the Getting Started and Basic tutorials. These give an overview of ENVI+SARscape environment and essential SARscape processing, in particular for Sentinel1 sensor.
- The SBAS tutorial refers to an older SARscape version. Main differences are in the interface and in the AOI step (which currently has to be performed before starting with stacking processing, so before the connection graph).
Other training materials and tutorials available from Exelis
Exelis will provide telephone advice and support to the nominated Technical Contact and/or his/her Deputy at Licensed Institutions during normal business hours. Exelis support can be contacted at:
Supplier Web Address
System releases, new versions and functionality
One copy of system releases and/or new versions and new supporting documentation will be sent by the Supplier to each Licensed Institution as and when they become commercially available.
For Platform and Feature Support for current and previous versions see here.
Method of delivery of product
The master copies of media and Licensed Materials will be delivered to the Licensed Site by Exelis. Some materials may be supplied electronically.