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Remote GeoSystems

April 3, 2017

Remote GeoSystems Releases All-New LineVision Google Earth Extension for Geotagged Video Playback, Analysis, Collaboration and Reporting Using Google Earth & Other GIS

FORT COLLINS, Colorado - Remote GeoSystems, Inc. is pleased to announce the release and availability of the all new LineVision™ Google Earth Extension– commercial software for UAV, airborne & terrestrial mobile inspection and survey projects requiring georeferenced video playback, analysis, collaboration and reporting using Google Earth & other GIS applications. Unlike its stand-alone predecessor, the

March 29, 2017

Remote GeoSystems Releases All-New LineVision Google Earth Extension for Geotagged Video Playback, Analysis, Collaboration and Reporting Using Google Earth & Other GIS

FORT COLLINS, Colorado – Remote GeoSystems, Inc. is pleased to announce the release and availability of the all new LineVision™ Google Earth Extension – commercial software for UAV, airborne & terrestrial mobile inspection and survey projects requiring georeferenced video playback, analysis, collaboration and reporting using Google Earth & other GIS applications.   Unlike its stand-alone

December 10, 2015

Remote GeoSystems and Due North Aviation Announce Successful Implementation of the geoDVR Gen2 with SWEsystem 300 Gimbal Video Camera System for Airborne Utility Inspections

FORT COLLINS, Colorado / COLUMBUS, Ohio - Remote GeoSystems, Inc. and Due North Aviation are pleased to announce the successful implementation of the geoDVR Gen2 with a SWESystem 300 Gimbal Video Camera on a Bell Helicopter for Airborne Utility Line Inspections. “The geoDVR is a purpose-built geospatial DVR for the airborne utility and pipeline patrol

August 19, 2015

Remote GeoSystems Adds Direct Support for DJI Inspire 1 UAV Video

FORT COLLINS, Colo., Aug. 19, 2015—Remote GeoSystems, Inc., a pioneer in Geospatial Full Motion Video (FMV) solutions, is pleased to announce direct support in all LineVision Cloud, Server and Desktop Applications for the world’s most popular UAV for HD & UltraHD video capture. This new LineVision capability immediately offers tens of thousands of DJI Inspire

July 14, 2015

Remote GeoSystems to Exhibit New Full Motion Video (FMV) Solutions at the Esri International User Conference

FORT COLLINS, Colorado, July 14, 2015—Remote GeoSystems, Inc., an Esri Emerging Business Partner, will exhibit, present and announce new Full Motion Video (FMV) solutions at the 2015 Esri International User Conference (UC) at Kiosk Z18 in the popular Startup Zone section at the Esri UC Solutions Expo July 21-23, 2015 in the San Diego Convention

May 7, 2015

Remote GeoSystems and Linewise Aerial Solutions Announce the Successful Integration of the geoDVR Gen2 with FLIR Corona 350 Gimbal Video Camera System for Airborne Utility Inspections

FORT COLLINS/CALGARY, May 7, 2015—Remote GeoSystems, Inc. and Linewise Aerial Solutions, Inc. are pleased to announce the successful integration and testing of the geoDVR Gen2 with FLIR Corona 350 Gimbal Video Camera System on a Bell Helicopter for Airborne Utility Inspections. “The geoDVR Gen2 was the only geospatial video system on the market that that