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Founded Year

2008

Stage

Acq - Fin - II | Alive

Revenue

$0000 

About EagleView Technologies

EagleView Technologies provides geospatial tools and geographic information system (GIS) mapping. The company offers aerial imagery, property insights, and software solutions by providing data for decision-making. It primarily serves the government, construction, insurance, and solar industries. It was founded in 2008 and is based in Bellevue, Washington.

Headquarters Location

10800 North East 8th Street Suite 300

Bellevue, Washington, 98004,

United States

855-984-6590

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ESPs containing EagleView Technologies

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Research containing EagleView Technologies

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned EagleView Technologies in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Sep 8, 2022.

Expert Collections containing EagleView Technologies

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EagleView Technologies is included in 5 Expert Collections, including Grid and Utility.

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EagleView Technologies Patents

EagleView Technologies has filed 50 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • image processing
  • roofs
  • medical imaging
patents chart

Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

12/17/2019

4/4/2023

Roofs, Recreational vehicle manufacturers, Architectural elements, House types, Structural system

Grant

Application Date

12/17/2019

Grant Date

4/4/2023

Title

Related Topics

Roofs, Recreational vehicle manufacturers, Architectural elements, House types, Structural system

Status

Grant

Latest EagleView Technologies News

Versaterm Adds an ‘Eagle’ Eye to Its Public Safety Platform

Sep 28, 2023

The gov tech vendor announced an integration with EagleView Technologies that will allow more access to geospatial data for first responders. Governments are increasingly looking to geospatial tools for more tasks. September 28, 2023 • A new deal involving Versaterm Public Safety aims to give police, firefighters, medical workers and emergency dispatchers what amounts to a reliable eye in the sky. The government technology provider, in the midst of a notable acquisition streak , says it has a “new strategic integration” with geospatial company EagleView Technologies . According to a statement , EagleView’s “orthogonal and oblique imagery” — that is, images at right angles and at wider slants, respectively — will now show up within Versaterm’s computer-aided dispatch and mobility systems. That means dispatchers and first responders plugged into Versaterm can access top-down and side angles of structures, roads and other sites. That can allow those workers and officials to, say, tell the difference between a one-story and 50-story building via the platform, gain topographic and sightline knowledge and generally improve overall situational awareness. EagleView works from a data and imagery library “encompassing 94 percent of the U.S. population,” according to the statement. Its tech not only helps in public safety, but in planning, insurance, utility management and construction. Geospatial intelligence is becoming ever more attractive to governments , especially as a means to predict and manage disasters. Data from satellites, ground stations and other sources offer detailed and real-time information that can better shape official responses, as well as guide zoning and other government decisions. As geospatial tools gain ground, gov tech vendors also are partnering to sell tech that gives first responders quicker access to building information in the event of emergencies, while some public agencies increase investments in their own aerial data-gathering capabilities . "Our partnership with EagleView continues to evolve in ways that benefit the public safety agencies and the communities they serve," said Sue Langlois, chief operating officer of Versaterm Public Safety, in the statement. "This integration is more than just a technical upgrade; it's the next step in our mission to empower better, faster and safer responses.”

EagleView Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was EagleView Technologies founded?

    EagleView Technologies was founded in 2008.

  • Where is EagleView Technologies's headquarters?

    EagleView Technologies's headquarters is located at 10800 North East 8th Street, Bellevue.

  • What is EagleView Technologies's latest funding round?

    EagleView Technologies's latest funding round is Acq - Fin - II.

  • Who are the investors of EagleView Technologies?

    Investors of EagleView Technologies include Clearlake Capital Group and Vista Equity Partners.

  • Who are EagleView Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of EagleView Technologies include Pupil, Zesty AI, TensorFlight, Near Space Labs, Pointivo and 7 more.

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