13 May 2013
Partnership to offer expanded geospatial information and services for Oil, Gas and Mining Companies
Geoimage is pleased to announce that it has signed a partnership with Spatial Energy, headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. This partnership will build capacity and expand access to greater spatial content within the Oil and Gas industry in Australasia, enhancing the capabilities of Australian customers who operate nationally and globally and allowing them to derive more value from their existing and new geospatial datasets.
Spatial Energy is the market leader in providing, hosting and disseminating spatial imagery and derived content to the Oil and Gas industry through its widely used online system, Spatial on Demand®. Geoimage is recognised as the premier provider of satellite imagery and processing services to the Mining, Oil and Gas and Engineering sectors in Australia. Through this partnership, Geoimage augments its existing capabilities by providing Australian customers with the superior hosting and dissemination technologies that Spatial Energy brings, offering local expertise and services to global customers operating in the Australian region.
This will bring new products, capacity and technology to the Australian energy sector, allowing customers to extract even more benefit from their imagery and derived spatial data layers.
“By bringing together two culturally and technically similar organisations to better service the energy market in Australia, Geoimage and Spatial Energy will better meet the needs of both our customers. We are very excited to introduce the Spatial on Demand online hosting and delivery facility to Australian customers”, said Wayne Middleton, CEO of Geoimage Pty Ltd.
“ By offering new technology, services and high value content coverage globally and for Australasia, we see our partnership providing both of our customer bases with better services, and increased content, access and collaboration capabilities to help them solve their exploration and production challenges”, said Michael McCarthy, Vice President Corporate Development of Spatial Energy.
For more information about this partnership , please contact:
Geoimage: Lisa Dykes, Strategy and Risk Manager on email@example.com
Spatial Energy: Michael McCarthy, VP Corporate Development on firstname.lastname@example.org
07 May 2013
Geoimage are pleased to announce that they have added to their ClearView Range of products.
ClearView is a low cloud Landsat image mosaic to aid industries in obtaining a clearer picture of what lies below the clouds. The image mosaics are created using multiple scenes from the Landsat satellites.
Currently in the range we have complete country wide mosaics of the following countries:
- Papua New Guinea
- Burkina Faso
For further information, contact your nearest Geoimage office or download our ClearView brochure under our Products section.
ClearView Peru & ClearView Colombia
ClearView PNG available now.
23 Apr 2013
Don't let weather conditions slow down production - choose the right path!
Geoimage has developed the Boggy Index - Bowen Basin product, a soil moisture vulnerability index over the Bowen Basin in Queensland.
- Improve your local area knowledge for project area context
- Understand and plan for infrastructure risk susceptibility
- Discover the best route or find an alternative route selection
- Gain clarity when conducting a feasibility analysis or field site access selection
- Plan your field operations based on current climatic characteristics
Increase efficiencies in production time and reduce the chances of machinery and personnel being bogged out in the field.
Understanding which areas are susceptible to becoming boggy under different climatic conditions is critical for infrastructure development. The Bowen Basin area is currently undergoing extensive development from linear infrastructure planning, construction, mining and exploration to traditional agricultural and pastoral farm operations. The Boggy Index provides a picture of which sites in the Bowen Basin are free of soil moisture vulnerability, which sites quickly drain away after above average rain and which sites are highly vulnerable to "boggy conditions" under different rainfall scenarios.
27 Mar 2013
For many years Geoimage and PCI Geomatics have had a partnership. In recent weeks three workshops were held across Australia to show off PCI software; the newly released Historical Air Photo Processing , Discover Tool and of course the “workhorses” Geomatica and GXL.
We were lucky enough to have Allan Place the Global Sales Director from PCI fly over and present. Geoimage representatives also gave presentations. Leah Glass and Sylvia Micheal demonstrated Geomatica with it all being coordinated by Simon Greig the direct sales rep for PCI in Australia. Overall it was a huge success with a large amount of interest. Thank you to all those that attended. For any details regarding PCI or the roadshows contact pci[@]geoimage.com.au or call Simon on 07 37367223
- Geoimage Partners with Spatial Energy
- Geoimage adds new countries to their ClearView product range
- New Tool For Bowen Basin
- PCI and Geoimage Roadshows
- February 2013 - CEO Update
- GeoEye and DigitalGlobe have Merged!
- An interview with Maurice from GeoEye
- Springtime Update 2012
- A review of ISPRS 2012 with Lisa
- SPOT 6 launched, and first images released