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GeoEye

Headquartered in Dulles, Va., GeoEye is the world’s largest commercial satellite imagery company, delivering the highest-quality, most accurate imagery and products to better map, measure, monitor and manage the world. GeoEye was formed as a result of ORBIMAGE’s acquisition of Space Imaging in January 2006. The company is the premier provider of geospatial data, information and value-added products for the national security community, strategic partners, resellers and commercial customers. GeoEye operates a constellation of three Earth imaging satellites – OrbView-2, OrbView-3 and IKONOS – and possesses an international network of more than a dozen regional ground stations, a robust image archive, and advanced geospatial imagery processing capabilities that are unmatched in the satellite imagery industry. Its products are the cornerstone of the remote-sensing industry enabling a wide array of applications including intelligence gathering for national security and defense, mapping, local government planning, and natural resources and environmental monitoring.

Contact Information

Website: http://www.geoeye.com
Email Address: newswire@geoeye.com
Phone: 703-480-7500
Fax: 703 404 8061
Address: 21700 Atlantic Boulevard, Dulles, VA, 20166, USA

Press Releases

January 8th, 2013 - GeoEye Announces First Sale of Stereo Imagery Products to the Government of India

December 3rd, 2012 - GeoEye Shareholders Approve Combination with DigitalGlobe

December 3rd, 2012 - GeoEye Shareholders Approve Combination with DigitalGlobe

November 27th, 2012 - GeoEye and JSI Support Japanese Government with EyeQ

November 6th, 2012 - GeoEye Reports Third Quarter 2012 Earnings Results

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