GeoEye and TerraGo Partner to Innovate Digital Imagery

TerraGo Technologies and GeoEye, Inc. are partnering to increase the access and application of digital imagery. The partnership enables GeoEye to offer TerraGo’s GeoPDF production capabilities in the next EyeQ online access platform version.

EyeQ is the first of its kind allowing users to produce and share interactive georeferenced products that are compact, portable and secure. Maps and images with GeoPDF are easily updated and shared by mobile users such as first responders.

“The goals of GeoEye and TerraGo are the same ““ to make it easier to access, use and share valuable geospatial information across organizations and industries,“ said Tony Frazier, GeoEye senior vice president of Marketing. “This important partnership with TerraGo will bring our customers exciting new solutions, allowing an even greater return on their investments in high resolution imagery and other advanced geospatial products from GeoEye.“

TerraGo GeoPDF maps and imagery are widely used by commercial, state and local, and federal government agencies, including the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the Army Geospatial Center and the U.S. Geological Survey.

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