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PhotoSat

December 15, 2016

PhotoSat Publishes 21 New Satellite Surveying Accuracy Studies

VANCOUVER, British Columbia - PhotoSat, provider of the world's only engineering quality satellite surveying service, has announced the publication of 21 new satellite surveying accuracy studies on their website. The studies include data from seven different stereo satellite systems, with the best results showing elevation surveying accuracies of better than 15cm. The accuracy studies include stereo

March 26, 2015

PhotoSat Verifies Accuracy of DigitalGlobe’s 30 cm WorldView-3 Satellite Elevation Data to within 15 cm

VANCOUVER, March 26, 2015 — PhotoSat is pleased to announce that the elevation data processed from DigitalGlobe's new 30 centimeter resolution satellite, WorldView-3, has been verified as accurate to within 15 centimeters. DigitalGlobe is a leading global provider of commercial high-resolution earth imagery products and services, and is the first company to offer 30 cm resolution