Complex Imagery and Map Data Projects Completed
at Once; Impossible Ones Take Just a Bit Longer
Founded in 1993, LAND INFO Worldwide Mapping, LLC (LAND INFO) is a leading provider of worldwide digital topographic map and nautical chart data (DRGs, DEMs & vector layers), high-resolution aerial and satellite imagery (Pléiades-1A/1B, WorldView-2, GeoEye-1, WorldView-1, QuickBird & IKONOS) and medium-resolution satellite imagery (SPOT 1 - 6, RapidEye, ALOS, ASTER, Deimos & Landsat.) We also improve imagery via a range of processing services (ortho rectification, pan-sharpening, tonal balancing, mosaic output and wavelet compression.)
A pioneer in the use of Object Based Image Analysis and other cutting-edge technologies, LAND INFO creates a number of value-added/derivative map data layers from imagery such as vector features (roads, buildings and hydrology), land-use/land-cover, vegetation, impervious surface mapping & DEMs/contours. The company is an Authorized Distribution Partner with both leading commercial high-resolution imaging satellite operators (DigitalGlobe & Airbus) and maintains one of the world's largest commercial archives of digital topographic map data (currently 237 countries).
Contributing to the Success of Your Projects
Our total focus on data enables us to help contribute to the success of your projects by providing high-quality map and imagery solutions with:
- Competitive pricing
- Fast turn-around time
- Outstanding customer service
The markets we serve include mapping & geographic information
systems (GIS), academia, national security and defense, visualization/simulation, aviation, wireless communications and other utilities, mining, oil & gas, conservation, hydrology, civil & environmental engineering, conservation, humanitarian assistance, land surveying, development, fleet management, mass media and motion pictures, among others.
For data recommendations, searches, academic pricing and volume purchase discounts please contact LAND INFO.
WorldView-4’s first public image, taken on November 26, features the Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Shibuya, Tokyo. The site hosted events during the 1964 Olympic Games and will again host international competition when the games return to Tokyo in 2020.