Near Infrared: More Than Meets the Eye

Aerial imagery provides GIS managers and other professionals with a realistic bird’s eye view of a region, but it can’t always tell the full story. While an aerial image may present a realistic representation of the Earth, it can’t always portray things like elevation data accurately. Looking at LiDAR data,Read More

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February 2017 Calendar Image

The 2017 calendar showcases twelve of our team’s favorite Pictometry images out of the millions captured throughout the year. The February 2017 image brings us to the Midwest. Partway up Usery Mountain in the middle of the Arizona desert sits this arrow directing pilots towards Phoenix, AZ, located just twentyRead More

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Going Green 2k17: Tips for Selling Solar in the New Year

“Going green” is a phrase we hear a lot these days. When it comes to the awesome power of solar energy, in particular, it’s no wonder so many people care about being environmentally friendly. By the end of 2016, Americans had installed more than 31 gigawatts of solar electric capacityRead More

Solar panels: they do more than just look pretty.

People of EagleView: Project Manager Nick Rozaklis

Nick Rozaklis, Project Manager Hometown: Lima, NY Hire date: May 1, 2006   About Me: Have you seen “My Big Fat Greek Wedding?” If so, that’s practically my life. I am a first generation American of Greek immigrant parents. And if you were wondering the answer is no, my familyRead More

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January 2017 Calendar Image

The 2017 calendar showcases twelve of our team’s favorite Pictometry images out of the millions captured throughout the 2015-2016 image season. The January 2017 image brings us to Maryland. Mallows Bay, located in the Potomac River, is the watery grave of hundreds of historic ships, most of which are woodenRead More

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The EagleView Team Weighs In: You Know You Work in GIS When…

On November 16, we celebrated GIS Day from Esri® — a day that demonstrates the real-world applications of geographic information systems, or GIS, through community events and outreach. To mark the occasion, we treated our team to a happy hour or, as we called it, #MappyHour. ‘Mappy Hour’ has begun!Read More

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Mappy Holidays: 11 Festive Examples of GIS

’Tis the season for celebrations, decorative displays, travel, gift-giving… and maps? Geographic information systems, known as GIS, may sound like all work and no play, but the maps created with geospatial data have a number of real-world applications – and some of them are quite fun. Such maps come inRead More

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Story Map: How Far Do We Go to Capture Pictometry Imagery?

Each month, we share an image from our annual Pictometry® calendar right here on our blog. For 2016, we selected 12 of our favorite images out of more than 28 million captured in the 2014-2015 season. Our 2016 calendar displays the diverse terrain found all across North America: deserts andRead More

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Reminder: FutureView Registration Closes Soon!

Have you registered for FutureView® 2017? Registration closes December 31, 2016, so be sure to speak to your District Manager or email FutureView@EagleView.com if you have any questions. Want to know more about FutureView? Here’s an overview: Who: FutureView is the advanced training and user conference for Pictometry® imagery users.Read More

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What Public Safety Can Do About Dangerous Winter Driving Conditions

Early in December, footage of a traffic pileup on a Montreal street surfaced on the internet. The video shows buses, passenger vehicles, a snow plow, and even a police car all careening down an icy road and into one another at the bottom of a steep hill. Thankfully, likely dueRead More

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