eMap Announnces New Change Detection Services
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eMap Announnces New Change Detection Services

April 22, 2013 -- eMap International, USA.  eMap, an industry leader in the application of change detection and sight monitoring employingthe latest high resolution imaging satellites, state of the art imagery processing software and seasoned geospatial analysts announces ongoing monitoring services to industry, academia and local government. Areas of interest anywhere in the world can now be routinely tasked for new imagery acquisition.  

According to David Nale, eMap’s President “the recent launch of new imaging satellites has dramatically improved imagery collection enabling timely, continuous and reliable site monitoring for day to day business operations, environmental impact and emergency response. This imagery collection capability coupled with eMap’s extensive parcel and property ownership database provides our clients with an unprecedented ability to monitor change over time.”

To learn more about how eMap’s change detection and site monitoring capability can help you please contact Kimberly Nale at Email Contact

About eMap International

Since 1999, eMap International has provided the highest quality geospatial products and consulting to a wide range of academic, commercial and government clients. Working with clients from Fortune 500 firms to individuals, global academic institutions of all sizes and key federal, state and local agencies, eMap has a proven track record of delivering project-specific geospatial products, including satellite and aerial imagery, parcel ownership data, elevation mode ls, as well as innovative solutions such as VectorLock, Change Detection and Impervious Surface Mapping. With over 80 years of geospatial industry experience, eMap International is uniquely suited to provide you with expert geospatial consulting, superior technical support and responsive customer service. For more information visit: www.emap-int.com and contact knale@emap-int.com

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