Imaging Notes Summer 2010: ESRI Business Partner Section. Featuring ESRI,
GeoEye, Applanix, Spot Image"
GeoEye is proud of its long and rewarding relationship with ESRI and pleased to support ESRI at this year’s International User Conference.
Very Spatial TV, March 23, 2010: "Very Spatial TV Conference - GeoFUSE"
By Frank Lafone
Frank Lafone talks with Deke Young, Senior Director of Business Systems at GeoEye about GeoFUSE at the
2009 ESRI UC.
Click here to watch.
GISUser, July 24, 2009: "WOW Technologies on the Floor of the ESRI User Conference"
By Glenn Latham
There were many WOW technologies on display in the ESRIUC exhibition hall. I can't cover everything, however,
the following are a few of the cool technologies and apps that got my attention while walking the floor at the
2009 International ESRI User Conference.
All Points Blog, July 15, 2009 "GeoEye Uses Best of Breed Tech and the Cloud to Better Serve up its Imagery (#ESRIUC)"
Posted by Adena Schutzberg
I got a real "two-fer" when I spent some time with Deke Young, the Senior Director of Business Systems at GeoEye.
I got the inside scoop on the back end of its new GeoFuse applications and I learned more about the cloud
and its use.
ImagingNOTES, July 2009 eNewsletter: “GeoFUSE and Video Games”
GeoEye upped their coolness factor by demonstrating the use of their high-resolution satellite
imagery in UbiSoft Entertainment’s Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X (High Altitude Warfare eXperimental
squadron) video game. Travis Getz, Authenticity Coordinator for H.A.W.X, was a guest in
GeoEye’s ESRI booth, demonstrating the game’s “Extreme Authenticity” as part of GeoEye’s overall
theme of “Extreme Mapping.” H.A.W.X is an aerial warfare video enabling players to take the throttle
of over 50 famous aircraft, providing a real-life, real-terrain visual experience to gamers.
GeoFUSE Video by ESRI®, March 2009
Watch our video about GeoFUSE and the ESRI® technology behind it.
Low Resolution (10MB)
Medium Resolution (20MB)
High Resolution (36MB)
OGC Newsletter, January 2009 "Website of the Month"
GeoEye uses OGC standards to help its site visitors consume GeoEye's imagery holdings. All imagery uses are envisioned as involving one of two fundamental processes.
Quick Look: Does GeoEye have imagery for a specific place and/or time of interest?
Analytical Look: Which of the relevant holdings over an area of interest will be most appropriate for analysis to support decision-making or advanced visualization?
ArcUser Online, Summer 2008 "Out of Chaos, Comes Order"
By Lisa Vicknair and Alan Poole
GeoEye maintains millions of reduced resolution browse images, representing its commercial and private
product holdings. The existing imagery management system relies, in part, on outdated technology and server
hardware and an automated process developed on legacy code. GeoEye is in the process of upgrading existing
legacy systems to an object-oriented architecture using current technology and best practices within the