Monthly Archives: July 2011

Geospatial Revolution Project Reception – GeoEye Event Photos Available on Flickr

GeoEye‘s Geospatial Revolution Project Reception images are now available on Flickr. Check them out!

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About Us – GeoEye’s Full Portfolio of Solutions

Premium Imagery – Having a precise view helps decision makers respond to a rapidly changing world. GeoEye‘s long history of collecting the best commercial imagery allows customers to make the best decisions using accurate visual records. GeoEye collects tens of millions of square kilometers of Earth imagery annually with its own satellite and aerial assets.

Online Access Tools – As the volume of geospatial data grows, GeoEye understands that managing it and putting it into the hands of decision makers quickly and easily is essential. GeoEye tools allow users to catalog, process, discover and share accurate geospatial information and deliver insight to decision makers when and where they need it.

Expertise – As demand for geospatial insight grows, GeoEye is unique in the industry with over 23 years of experience delivering advanced image-processing products and engineering analysis. Our geospatial predictive analytics experts combine massive amounts of physical and human geography data to help customers anticipate where changes might occur.

GeoEye‘s combined capabilities in imagery, tools and expertise provide our customers with geospatial insight that they use when faced with decisions that can protect lives, manage risk and optimize resources.

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Satellite Imagery Products – GeoEye Imagery Collection Showcased

GeoEye – As your trusted imagery experts, we offer a wide range of sub-meter imagery product levels intended to match your specific area of interest—anywhere in the world.

GeoProfessional – Pro 1-meter and 4-meter IKONOS® products are perfect for projects requiring high-resolution imagery and positional accuracy when ground control may be costly, difficult, or impossible to acquire. Consistent 10-meter CE90 product accuracy provides global access to 1:10,000 U.S. National Map Accuracy Standards (NMAS)…

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New GeoEye High Resolution Imagery of Embarcadero Marina Park San Diego, CA available on Flickr

Now available, High Resolution Satellite Earth Imagery of Embarcadero Marina Park San Diego, CA on Flickr presented by GeoEye.

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New GeoEye High Resolution Imagery Released of Embarcadero Marina Park San Diego, CA

Welcome to the GeoEye Image Gallery.

A new image of the GeoEye-1 collection of Embarcadero Marina Park San Diego, CA has just been released on the GeoEye website.

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Sports Stadiums from Space – GeoEye is Elevating Insight on the Washington Post

Sure the Goodyear blimp provides picturesque aerial shots during outdoor sporting events, but have you ever wondered what your favorite sports stadium looks like from… space?

Wired.com goes into orbit with some incredible photos provided by NASA and GeoEye that give new meaning to the term “nosebleed seats.”

Test your stadium recognition skills by naming each of the stadiums pictured below. (Answers at the bottom of the post.)

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Sheikh’s Name Written in Sand Visible from Space – GeoEye High Resolution Imagery Featured on Space.com

Hamad bin Hamdan al Nahyan, a billionaire Sheikh and member of Abu Dhabi‘s ruling family, has had his name carved into the sandy surface of an island he owns in the Persian Gulf. It is no lackadaisical sand-scrawling, though: At half a mile tall and 2 miles long altogether, the letters HAMAD are visible from space.

Satellites captured these images of al Futaisi Island, stamped with the name of its owner, back in 2009. They can be accessed on Google Maps and Google Earth.

Credit: 2011 Google, GeoEye, U.S. Geological Survey

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