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September 19th, 2013
nearmap Eyes Offshore Opportunities to Expand their Geospatial Service

nearmap, a Sydney-headquartered company that provides a Web-based aerial imagery service with built-in geospatial tools, is assessing opportunities for overseas expansion, according to managing director Simon Crowther. The company’s business model is based around patented aerial photography and image processing technology. Crowther said that unlike some competitors, nearmap doesn’t operate its own fleet of aircraft. Instead it charters aircraft and uses a ‘roll-on, roll-off’ photography system developed by Stuart Nixon and based on off-the-shelf components. Read More