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October 6th, 2021
Nearmap Expands Partnership With New Jersey To Provide Aerial Images Of Entire State, Offering Extra Resource to Government Agencies

SALT LAKE CITY – Leading aerial imagery company Nearmap announced today its next steps in a growing partnership with the state of New Jersey, to help streamline decision-making in isolated areas, by taking aerial images of the entire Garden State. Until now, Nearmap only flew a part of the state, not including forests and wetlands, but now will fly those parts of the state that government agencies need to help make informed decisions regarding environmental protection and other government planning.

“Expanding this partnership with Nearmap has been a game-changer for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection by improving our ability to make critical decisions on environmental protection and resilience planning,” said New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Assistant Commissioner Elizabeth Dragon. “The increased imagery of our forests and wetlands helps us determine the best course of action to protect our natural lands while being a reliable source of visual information. Up-to-date historical geospatial data is enabling us to improve planning and better protect public health, safety, and the environment across New Jersey.”

Before this increased coverage agreement, Nearmap flew roughly 70% of the state, mainly over large cities and neighborhoods, but the Department of Environment Protection (which has jurisdiction over the entire state) saw a need to fly over the natural lands they protect. As other agencies within the state government saw Nearmap aerial imagery, they began to recognize the benefit of a complete flyover of the state and saw how the imagery could also help solve other state challenges.

“We’ve enjoyed working with the state of New Jersey and their innovative team that has now provided a way for state agencies to use aerial imagery while eliminating the complicated purchasing process commonly associated with government agencies,” said Tony Agresta, General Manager of North America at Nearmap. “We are proud to be an asset to help agencies across the state of New Jersey and provide them with a source of truth to help them make decisions that will benefit the people that live, work, and play in the state.”

Nearmap is unique in its capture of aerial imagery, focusing on currency, consistency, coverage, and ease of access. Nearmap recently expanded its global mapping coverage and now covers more than 80 percent of the United States population, including 130,000 square miles of additional, unique captured footprint, double the number of urban areas covered with oblique and 3D content at a high resolution ranging from 2.2 inches to 3 inches. This increase in coverage enables agencies and organizations such as the state of New Jersey to improve decision-making capabilities.

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About Nearmap

Global technology pioneer, Nearmap provides easy instant access to up-to-date and historic geospatial data that organizations depend on as their source of truth for the livable world.

Nearmap proactively captures wide-scale urban areas in the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand multiple times each year, with patented plane-mounted camera systems that provide superior detail, and a proprietary, automated processing pipeline that ensures rapid availability.

Customers rely on Nearmap for consistent, high-quality content that enables remote capabilities and unlocks productivity for profound change: crystal-clear high-resolution vertical, oblique and panoramic aerial imagery; a vast library of historic captures; frequently updated city-scale 3D datasets on demand; and verified pre-processed property insights at unmatched scale with Nearmap AI.

Founded in 2007, Nearmap was named as one of the world’s 10 Most Innovative Companies of 2020 by Fast Company magazine. With offices in the United States and Australia, Nearmap has a global customer base including government agencies and enterprises for whom current, reliable and truthful data is essential to critical decision making and operational workflows.

Nearmap parent company, Nearmap Limited, is a publicly traded company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and one of the 200 largest ASX-listed stocks in Australia.