Meet a Critical360® Team Member: Amanda Nargi, Geospatial Image Processor

Amanda Nargi is a geospatial image processor working on Critical360®, the interior mapping project for EagleView®. As a Critical360 team member, she plots the route through buildings to ensure the entirety of the interior is captured. Amanda has been a Geomatics Analyst with EagleView for three years and is passionateRead More

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How GIS Departments Can Change a Worldview

When it comes to aerial imagery, government GIS departments tend to take a top-down approach. In other words, orthogonal imagery fits the bill when they view their town, city, or county. While orthogonal imagery is a vital resource for all types of departments, oblique imagery is also beneficial. Oblique aerial images,Read More

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EagleView® Welcomes OmniEarth Through Acquisition

EagleView® has acquired OmniEarth, a developer of machine learning technologies and decision-making tools for the water resource management, energy, and insurance markets. Founded in May 2014, OmniEarth helps solve problems through image processing and predictive property data analytics. Much of the work that OmniEarth does aligns with EagleView’s mission: toRead More

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EagleView® Accelerates Machine Learning Development with Acquisition of OmniEarth

Leading provider of aerial imagery and data analytics expands data extraction capabilities for local government, insurance and infrastructure sectors.  Bothell, WA (April 26, 2017) – EagleView®, the leading provider of aerial imagery and data analytics for government and commercial industries, is proud to announce the acquisition of OmniEarth, developer ofRead More

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Critical360®: The Whole Package

Critical360® is a comprehensive interior mapping and 3D modeling solution from EagleView. It is ideal for public safety agencies, including E9-1-1 facilities. Critical360 starts with a 3D surface model derived from Pictometry® aerial imagery. From there, E9-1-1 dispatchers, public safety officers, and other users go inside those properties. Through 360-degreeRead More

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What If You Could Change Your Assessment Workflow?

The process for assessing property taxes has remained much the same over time. Every assessment and reassessment of a property under the “old way” has one common factor: an in-person field inspection. The steps involved in a field assessment are lengthy and can come with unexpected setbacks. A typical workflowRead More

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Pictometry® Imagery in Public Safety: Finding Missing Persons and Keeping Officers Safe

One city police department was already using Pictometry® imagery from EagleView® when their crime analyst joined the team. By including the imagery in her workflow, the crime analyst raised awareness for Pictometry imagery in the department and demonstrated its value in the public safety sphere. She has used Pictometry imageryRead More

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Public Safety Technology: 5 Essential Takeaways

EagleView® recently released its Current Technology Trends in Public Safety eReport. The report explores the challenges emergency response personnel face and the public safety technology solutions that serve civilians and first responders alike. These issues affect law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, and E9-1-1 communicators as well as theRead More

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Post-Event Imagery: Why It Matters When Disaster Strikes

While no jurisdiction ever wants a disaster to occur, anticipating the risks of a flood, hurricane, tornado, or other event can help reduce damage and potentially save lives. Emergency managers, assessors, GIS professionals, public safety leaders, homeland security agencies, and others use Pictometry imagery to see the changes before andRead More

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The Critical Components of a Public Safety Incident Map

The link between public safety and geographic information systems (GIS) is clear in E9-1-1 dispatch centers. Dispatchers rely on maps to send the appropriate personnel to an emergency. Law enforcement personnel also take advantage of GIS to create public safety incident maps. Incident maps help public safety agencies track andRead More

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