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October 21st, 2020
EagleView’s Ultra High-Resolution Aerial Imagery Reveals Hurricane Delta Damage

EagleView, a leading technology provider of aerial imagery, data analytics, and GIS solutions for government, construction, and insurance has received its first post-event images following Hurricane Delta. As soon as weather conditions permitted, EagleView’s fixed-wing aircraft were in the air capturing ultra-high-resolution Reveal™ aerial imagery at Property Level, which ranges between 0.8-3 inches ground sample distance (GSD) depending on environmental factors.

EagleView imagery is an essential tool for first responders, insurance carriers, and construction contractors. EagleView provides rapid access to post-event property information such as roof damage, flooding and fallen trees, without having to send people into potentially dangerous areas. Leading up to Hurricane Delta’s landfall on Friday, October 9, EagleView began staging multiple aircraft and planning areas of interest to ensure rapid image capture.

Customers can find EarlyAccess™ images on CONNECTExplorer, EagleView’s interactive viewing platform. While images continue to be processed in-house, seeing the initial impact of the damage from the sky early in the process is an invaluable resource for local governments, contractors, and insurance carriers.

For more information regarding EagleView’s storm response and image capture or for permission to use EagleView images, please contact Annette Hamilton at [email protected] or Susan Millerick at [email protected].

About EagleView
EagleView is a leader in aerial imagery, machine learning-derived data analytics and software, helping customers in different industries use property insights for smarter planning, building and living. With more than 200 patents, EagleView pioneered the field of aerial property measurements and has the largest multi-modal image database in history, covering 98 percent of the U.S. population. Flying over 9.5 million linear miles every year, EagleView’s coverage is the most extensive and up to date, enabling local government and business customers to use the most accurate data to make timely and informed decisions. For more information, call (866) 659-8439, visit http://www.eagleview.com and follow @EagleViewTech.