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Hexagon Imagery Program releases new airborne imagery content 

By [email protected] - 22nd May 2015 - 14:06

The Hexagon Imagery Program, or HxIP, has released captured airborne imagery for approximately 25 percent of the U.S. with various regions of Canada and Europe. As more content partners join the HxIP in 2015, program coverage is rapidly increasing with full coverage of the coterminous U.S. expected by the end of the year. Imagery for a full 11 states plus portions of six other states in the U.S. have been provided as part of its airborne imagery offerings from the 2014 flying season. âWeâre pleased to have met our 2014 program goal, providing access to quality and consistent airborne imagery for thousands of clients around the globe,â said John Welter, president of Leica Geosystems Geospatial Solutions Division and director of the HxIP. The HxIP airborne imagery content is available through the cloud via multiple content service providers including: Esriâs ArcGIS Marketplace, Hexagon Geospatialâs Power Portfolio, and Valtus.