East View Geospatial (EVG) has assembled a talented team of geospatial technicians, including photogrammetrists, analysts and cartographers. EVG maintains production capability in several locations throughout the world.
EVG was awarded GeoEye's Most Innovative Partner award in September 2011 reflecting EVG's solution and production capabilities.
EVG has three key competitive advantages when it comes to crafting a geospatial solution that will meet the needs of a diverse and geographically dispersed roster of clients.
Authoritative Source Library
EVG has aggressively invested in the creation of the world's largest commercially-available library of off-the-shelf geospatial data produced and licensed by authoritative governmental and commercial entities. This is a huge asset and makes EVG price-competitive with any commercial geospatial production shop.
International Production Team
EVG maintains offices on four continents with fluency in twelve languages. EVG's geospatial and photogrammetric technicians use the latest software and tools to acquire, customize and configure geospatial data into numerous products fit for markets as diverse as Aerospace, Energy, Academia and Defense. Time and labor costs are balanced to deliver the highest quality production at surprisingly competitive rates.
International Procurement Team
EVG's geospatial data supply network is likely the largest in the commercial world. EVG began acquiring geospatial data in 1989 and since that time has built a network of several hundred suppliers and formal, licensed agreements with numerous national survey and mapping agencies in countries all over the world. In several cases, EVG is the only entity authorized to sell and add value to geospatial data produced by authoritative government agencies. Two such examples are with the national mapping agency of Madagascar and the USGOVT's LandScan dataset. EVG's core mission is to maintain knowledge of all commercially-relevant geospatial data produced on Earth. We have served tens of thousands of clients around the world who turn to EVG when they are looking for geospatial data that they believe or simply hope to exist.