Geoimage nears end of NSW project

By on 23 November, 2010



Geoimage has nearly finished processing the latest round of SPOT5 satellite imagery for the New South Wales state government.

Geoimage has been contracted by the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (DECCW) to orthorectify, colour-balance, mosaic and tile imagery to create one seamless image covering the entire state.

The project supports a range of government actions, such as habitat mapping and native vegetation compliance.

The New South Wales government has now used SPOT5 imagery to map the entire state four times since 2004, using Geoimage to process the imagery each time.

Mike Peters, Technical Manager for Geoimage, said:

“Over the years, Geoimage has built up a close working relationship with DECCW, and has a good understanding of the NSW Govt’s imagery requirements,” he said.

Geoimage works closely with Spot Imaging Services (SIS), which handles the capture of SPOT5 imagery for the department.


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