Fugro and GeoEye sign distribution agreement

By on 23 November, 2010







Australian firm Fugro Spatial Solutions has become a reseller business partner with imagery firm GeoEye.

Fugro has acquired rights to sell, value-add and distribute GeoEye-1 and IKONOS high-resolution satellite imagery products as GeoEye’s official partner in the Asia-Pacific region. 

Fugro says the agreement will provide its clients with access to GeoEye’s extensive satellite imagery archive and support for the company’s imagery acquisition activities.

The firm already operates multiple digital imaging and LiDAR sensors throughout the Asia-Pacific region and has a number of private and public sector clients.

It was recently appointed to a government supplier panel as one of a number of firms that have been pre-approved to supply geospatial information to a number of public sector bodies.

Over the past year, Fugro has surveyed almost the entire coastline of Victoria for the Department of Sustainability and Environment, and the coast of Western Australia for the Department of Primary Industries.

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