Spookfish launches in South Australia

By on 28 May, 2018

Adelaide Hospital, May 2018. Image provided by Spookfish.

The aerial capture company has announced its operations in S.A, and an expansion of coverage in metropolitan Melbourne.

The announcement comes as the company publishes over 50 trillion pixels of imagery with their most recent pass of Perth’s greater metropolitan area.

Its capture program now covers Adelaide’s metropolitan area with 4,100 square kilometres of ultra high resolution imagery, with Melbourne’s coverage now at 6,300 square kilometres.

The Perth-based provider has been expanding rapidly in the past year, recently taking out the prestigious export award at the Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards for a the uptake of the firm’s patented capture technology by a major North American partner.

“At a time when cities are growing faster than ever, we are delighted to offer our customers very high resolution imagery in Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth. We are excited to be building our national footprint and will offer an extended coverage area across Australia within the next 12 months,” said Spookfish CEO, Jason Waller.

“From governments to enterprises and SMEs, Spookfish helps organisations save time and money by providing precise aerial imagery with the timeliness and convenience of cloud delivery. We offer our customers a service like no other, where they can access extremely high resolution images of up to 5 centimetres at an affordable price across very large areas, with no data caps.”

Spookfish is aiming for complete national coverage in 2018.

Federation Square, Melbourne, May 2018. Image provided by Spookfish.

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