Hexagon Geospatial partners with Geoimage


Hexagon Geospatial has partnered with Geoimage to distribute ERDAS IMAGINE and ERDAS IMAGINE Photogrammetry products in Australia.

Geoimage is an independent specialist in satellite imagery and geospatial solutions that has been working with the mining, engineering, oil and gas, agricultural, government, and environmental industries for decades.

“For over 25 years now, Geoimage has been the specialist in satellite imagery here in Australia,” said Wayne Middleton, Chief Executive Officer at Geoimage. “ With a heavy focus on image processing, analysis and product development, we have used and tested all available imagery processing software. During this time, production tools, such as ER Mapper and IMAGINE, have remained at the forefront of the industry. Today, with these software tools all bundled into the Hexagon Geospatial portfolio, we are absolutely delighted to be able to offer these products to our clients and provide the great service and support that we are known for.”

Grace Micallef, Executive Director for Asia-Pacific at Hexagon Geospatial added: “We are excited to welcome Geoimage to the Hexagon Geospatial family, and look forward to supporting Geoimage in providing their customers with innovative and world class geospatial solutions.”

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