RapidEye offers NZ imagery

By on 12 October, 2010

Firms in New Zealand will now have access to improved orthoimagery of the country after RapidEye announced its 5-metre orthoimagery extends across the country.

The firm says images have significantly less than 10 per cent cloud.

“RapidEye can routinely capture large areas in short time frames, providing clients with timely, cost-effective 5m orthoproducts,” said Dr Gail Kelly, business development manager of AAM.

RapidEye claims to be the only commercial geospatial solutions provider to own and operate a constellation of five identical Earth Observation satellites.

In Oceania its satellite data products are distrubited by AAM.


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