European Space Imaging, Europe’s leading very high-resolution satellite imagery provider, has entered into an agreement with Vricon, the leader in high-accuracy 3D data and digital elevation models with global coverage. This partnership gives European customers easy access to The Globe in 3D and will be of particular benefit to government and security customers.
“European Space Imaging always aims to give our customers and key partners access to the best technology and highest resolution imagery solutions on the market,” says Adrian Zevenbergen, Managing Director, European Space Imaging. “The new agreement with Vricon brings accurate terrain data and 3D imagery of Earth to support defense and intelligence customers and will provide a huge benefit for anyone looking for up-to-date complete 3D geo-solutions.”
Vricon’s Data Suite is the highest resolution, most accurate, and truest representation of the earth. All products are built using industry-leading, automated 3D modeling algorithms. The Vricon technology incorporates the extensive archive of satellite imagery provided by DigitalGlobe, a WorldView Global Alliance partner of European Space Imaging.
European Space Imaging is the leading provider of very high-resolution satellite imagery and geospatial solutions for institutional and commercial customers in Europe. Vricon provides The Globe in 3D – the most accurate geospatial data of the Earth in 3D. The products are available with unmatched coverage and provide excellent photo reality, exceptional geolocation accuracy, and unrivaled completeness. Vricon uses a revolutionary 3D production process to build the 0.5m-resolution Vricon Data Suite, which includes the 3D Surface Model, Digital Surface Model, Digital Terrain Model, True Ortho and Point Cloud products.
“We are honored to team with European Space Imaging,” said Magnus Brege, CEO of Vricon. “This is a natural partnership that greatly benefits our clients – it enables our European customers to team with a trusted authority in remote sensing and receive superior service. In addition to Vricon’s Data Suite, our European customers will gain exceptional value through our relationship with European Space Imaging, too.”
Vricon serves the global professional geospatial market with world-leading 3D geodata and 3D visualization solutions. Vricon is headquartered in McLean, Virginia. For further information, visit www.vricon.com.
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