BOTHELL, Wash. — EagleView Technologies has announced plans to begin capturing ultra-high resolution images for customers via a new offering called Reveal Imagery.
EagleView Technologies is a provider of aerial imagery and property data for the government, construction, energy and insurance industries.
Reveal Imagery includes oblique and orthogonal images that display an unprecedented level of detail enabling the identification of property features not visible from other imagery sources, according to the company.
In addition, Reveal delivers the clarity necessary to assess grade and condition of residential and commercial properties, infrastructure and ground elements right from the desk. EagleView’s next-generation aerial camera system captures ultra-high-resolution imagery, enabling efficient acquisition with faster delivery times. With the addition of Reveal imagery, EagleView’s library of high-resolution aerial images will provide more detail and answers than ever before.
EagleView says it established the current aerial imagery standard for resolution years ago with images that are 2-inch to 3-inch Ground Sample Distance (GSD), or 2-inch to 3-inch per pixel on the ground. Reveal resets that bar with imagery as fine as 0.75-inch GSD per pixel, adding as much as 4 to 16 times more image data.
“We’re starting a resolution revolution. This groundbreaking imagery is going to dramatically change the industries we serve,” said EagleView CEO Rishi Daga. “Reveal imagery offers the most detail, clarity and accuracy you will see in aerial imagery today.”
With ultra-high-resolution imagery, local and county government departments, including property assessment, GIS, public safety and public works, can improve their daily workflows and confidently serve their communities when inspecting remotely, the company says.
“EagleView builds on its 18-year history of industry-leading aerial image capture innovation with the launch of Reveal,” said EagleView CTO Ajai Sehgal. “This ultra-high-resolution imagery delivers the answers needed for government agencies to perform at their best each and every day.”
Lear more at www.eagleview.com.