EagleView Now Provides Property Analytics for Top-50 U.S. Metro Areas

The imagery and enhanced property analytics will be provided one or more times annually, in what the vendor pitches as a new standard in the aerial insights market.

(Image source: EagleView.)

EagleView (Bellevue, Wash.), a provider of aerial imagery, insights and analytics, announced that it will now provide imagery and enhanced property analytics for the top 50 United States metro areas one or more times per year, in addition to the vendor’s current customer-driven aerial capture. Eagle View says that this enhancement to its imagery portfolio and analytics—which it characterizes as a new standard in the aerial insights market—is driven by customer demand across multiple industries.

Piers Dormeyer, CEO, EagleView Technologies.

“Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for customers to get the information they need–when they need it–to make the decisions that matter most,” comments Piers Dormeyer, CEO, EagleView. “We want to make sure our customers have the best and most current aerial imagery on the market, and we can deliver that to them.”

EagleView says that its imagery, which includes ultra-high resolution up to 0.75” and derivative analytics solutions, continues to expand and improve due to its investment in advanced capture technologies. The current improvements benefit insurance carriers, governments, large-scale construction companies, as well as mortgage providers and REITs, who–with imagery and property analytics of the top 50 markets by population available and updated one or more times per year–will now have the broadest range of imagery and derived property intelligence on the market, according to the vendor.

Best Combination of Urban, Suburban, and Rural Coverage

David Bairstow, SVP & General Manager, Insurance, EagleView.

“We have listened to customer and partner feedback,” affirms David Bairstow, SVP & General Manager, Insurance, EagleView. “This expansion in our capture strategy means that we now have the best combination of urban, suburban, and rural coverage on the market.”

“EagleView is excited to further build upon our more than one billion image database which provides coverage of property of 94 percent of the U.S. population, with new areas and more frequent captures,” says Patrick Gill, SVP & General Manager, Imagery, Infrastructure & Emerging Markets, EagleView. “This advancement continues to deliver the high-resolution imagery, data, and analytics our customers need to drive greater success in their operations.”

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Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at AnthODonnell@IIReporter.com or (503) 936-2803.

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