Monthly Archives: November 2011

Most Shared Articles on Facebook in 2011

The #1 Most Shared Article on Facebook in 2011 was “Satellite Photos of Japan, Before and After the Quake and Tsunami” from the New York Times — featuring GeoEye imagery! Very cool, check it out!

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Product Uses – GeoEye Imagery Collection Showcased

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GeoEye – Elevating Insight for iPad

Elevating Insight gives you a precise view and better understanding of our world through GeoEye‘s collection of stunning high-resolution imagery from the company’s satellites and aerial collection platforms. From ancient wonders to current events, Elevating Insight features some of our most notable imagery through a user interface optimized for the iPad.

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Member Podcast: Matt O’Connell, CEO, GeoEye, Discusses Future of Commercial Imagery and Much More

USGIF member company GeoEye is always on the cutting-edge when it comes to providing imaging products, as well as services and solutions to customers around the world. We were recently fortunate enough to spend some time with USGIF Board Member Mr. Matt O’Connell, who is GeoEye‘s CEO and Director. Check out this exclusive podcast with Mr. O’Connell who discusses key trends in the use of commercial imagery, as well as the commendation that GeoEye received today from the Governor of Virginia for its support of Hurricane Irene disaster response efforts.

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Contest: Wednesday GeoEye Image Quiz! – GeoEye High Resolution Imagery Featured in Blog Post

GeoEye Quiz 3: The Rules: In order to participate, fans of National Geographic Education have 24 hours after this post is published to guess the location of the satellite image and and e-mail their answer to NatGeoEd@ngs.org (Submissions must include the following to be entered to win: “GeoEye Quiz” in the subject line, first and last name, complete mailing address, and the correct answer in the body of the email). Daily images and clues will be shared via Facebook, Twitter, and the My Wonderful World blog starting Monday and ending Friday of Geography Awareness Week. All correct submissions for each day will be entered into a drawing for a prize, and one winner will be selected at random each day.

Good luck and here in your third chance to win:

The Clue: Home of characters like Mickey Mouse, this new play place, “where dreams come true” is located in which heavily populated East Asia city? Send your guess to NatGeoEd@ngs.org to win! Satellite Image courtesy GeoEye Foundation.

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GeoEye Receives Commendation from Gov. McDonnell for Work with Virginia Fusion Center

Critical Contributions Provide Geospatial Insight and Emergency Response for Hurricane Irene

GeoEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: GEOY), a leading source of geospatial information and insight, accepted an award today from Capt. Steve Lambert, commander of the Virginia State Police’s Criminal Intelligence Division, which runs the Virginia Fusion Center, for the company’s preparation, response and recovery efforts for Hurricane Irene. The center houses representatives of the FBI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, as well as state police and other entities that work on systems critical to the general public’s safety…

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Contest: Tuesday GeoEye Image Quiz! – GeoEye High Resolution Imagery Featured in My Wonderful World Blog

GeoEye Quiz 2: The Rules: In order to participate, fans of National Geographic Education have 24 hours after this post is published to guess the location of the satellite image and and e-mail their answer to NatGeoEd@ngs.org (Submissions must include the following to be entered to win: “GeoEye Quiz” in the subject line, first and last name, complete mailing address, and the correct answer in the body of the email). Daily images and clues will be shared via Facebook, Twitter, and the My Wonderful World blog starting Monday and ending Friday of Geography Awareness Week. All correct submissions for each day will be entered into a drawing for a prize, and one winner will be selected at random each day.

Good luck and here in your second chance to win:

The Clue: This location draws tens of thousands of people every third Sunday in April. Send your guess to NatGeoEd@ngs.org to win! Satellite Image courtesy GeoEye Foundation.

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