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October 20th, 2011
Geoimage Introduces New Low Cloud Mosaic Over Papua New Guinea

Created using multiple scenes from the Landsat satellites, the new ClearView TM – PNG product has taken the cloud element out of the imagery to reveal what lies below and allow consistent mapping at 1:50,000 scale across the entire country.

Remotely-sensed satellite images of large areas provide a bird’s eye view of the landscape, which supports a range of activities essential for industry operations. Satellite imagery, digital surface models and supplementary spatial datasets can all assist the planning for and construction of vital infrastructure.

The team at Geoimage have extensive experience in providing core spatial datasets including satellite imagery for mapping land cover plus feature extraction of infrastructure and other terrestrial or marine based characteristics. Digital surface models are used to understand topographic variability, site suitability or routing of infrastructure and are especially vital in comprehending costs associated with slope, topographic variability or elevation. Geoimage also provides advice on when very high resolution data is required and when alternatives can be deployed to save time, costs and processing requirements.

The ClearView TM mosaic is our most recent product and is being eagerly snapped up by those wanting clarity for their operations in PNG.

About Geoimage Pty Ltd

Geoimage is a privately owned Australian company and an award winning supplier of satellite imagery, image processing and geospatial services to the user community. With over 24 years experience and offices in Brisbane, Sydney and Perth, Geoimage has gained an enviable reputation for providing independent advice, professional service and timely delivery.

Geoimage services a global client base which spans a number of industry sectors, including natural resources, all tiers of government, mineral and oil exploration, primary production and utilities management.