California Company Offers Advanced Technology for 6-Inch Pixel Aerial Imagery
Irvine-based Eagle Aerial Imaging, Southern California’s leading supplier of aerial imagery for the last 21 years, has expanded its portfolio to include engineering-quality accuracy, 6-inch pixel resolution ortho imagery as an off-the-shelf product. “With today’s tight budgets, having access to current, high-resolution, NMAS-accurate, flown-in-stereo, aerial photography is a very cost-effective solution,” said Wayne Tate, President, Eagle Aerial Imaging. Custom flight projects, depending on the scope, can cost ten’s to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Eagle offers this unprecedented solution as an off-the-shelf stock ortho product.
Imagery found on mapping websites are not updated with any consistency, using mixed image photo dates within a narrow radius, making projects difficult to plan and assess. Limitations also occur in coverage, accuracy, resolution, and the ability to import images into popular applications. Eagle Aerial fills the need for current, high-resolution imagery for today’s customers’ demands.
According to Ray Wang, of the Irvine Company, “The quality of the imagery is exceptional. The color balance is top-notch. The ability to zoom in close really makes a difference. We are using it now for a planting master plan because you can see and identify individual plants.”
Other municipalities, such as County of Orange Survey Department, Special Projects, use Eagle’s new 6-inch imagery. “We plotted the County wide Geodetic Network on top of the new Eagle OC 6” digital ortho. I was able to identify surveyed targets on the photos and everything fits very well. The most error I found was only a couple feet off, so all in all, everything fits extremely well,” said Art Andrew, Licensed Surveyor, County of Orange.
Tim Marsh, Director of Facilities, Newport Mesa Unified School District made the decision to go with Eagle Aerial’s 6-inch imagery, “Newport-Mesa USD bought the new 6” imagery product so that we could be more accurate in our estimates made from measurements taken off of the product. We also appreciate the clarity of the images over other imagery available from other sources. We have been able to show the detailed images in meetings to answer questions about access routes, bus drop off and pick up. The level of detail on the image helps us get buy-in without having to meet at the site,” said Marsh.
Eagle Aerial recently moved its corporate headquarters, which has expanded their production capacity. This includes a new research and development area. Production, new software development, and service are an ongoing priority for this organization. Other new releases include 9-inch imagery for San Bernardino County and an update to Eagle’s own proprietary aerial viewing software.
Eagle Aerial Imaging’s goal is to provide clients with solutions to the challenges they face in the numerous industries aerial photography serves. Annually updated and off-the-shelf aerial products bring cost-effective, seamless digital color photography into GIS applications for powerful project analysis. Eagle is dedicated to staying on the cutting edge of technology and bringing these products and services forward to customers. Along with the new 6-inch imagery, they offer seamless 1-foot pixel resolution color ortho photomaps, wall murals, and an extensive stock library of color aerial photographs covering Southern California for over 20 years.
Eagle Aerial (www.eagleaerial.com), 17952 Sky Park Circle, Suite B, Irvine, CA 92614. They can be reached at 714-754-7670 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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