Tuesday, 29 May 2018 00:32

Spookfish continues expansion with move into South Australia

Adelaide Hospital aerial photo by Spookfish Adelaide Hospital aerial photo by Spookfish

Aerial imagery specialist company Spookfish has announced the expansion of its capture program into South Australia, with more than 4100km2 of imagery covering Adelaide’s metropolitan area, and the local government areas of Adelaide Hills and Mount Barker.

The expansion marks a major milestone for the Perth-based company, which is embarking on a national rollout this year. It says that with full capture of Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth metropolitan areas under its belt, the future is looking bright. It has also begun expanding into Sydney and Brisbane, as well as other Australian capitals.

Spookfish, which also covers a total area of around 6300km2 in Melbourne, says the expansion of coverage will allow businesses and government agencies across Adelaide and Melbourne access to very high resolution aerial imagery and save thousands of dollars by slashing the time spent on site.

The company says with the addition of Perth’s entire metropolitan area, which spans 7260km2, it has now published more than 50 trillion pixels of imagery, offering customers a “crystal-clear view on any device, with absolutely no data caps”.

Spookfish chief executive Jason Waller said, “At a time when cities are growing faster than ever, we are delighted to offer our customers very high resolution imagery in Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth. We are excited to be building our national footprint and will offer an extended coverage area across Australia within the next 12 months.

“From governments to enterprises and SMEs, Spookfish helps organisations save time and money by providing precise aerial imagery with the timeliness and convenience of cloud delivery. We offer our customers a service like no other, where they can access extremely high resolution images of up to 5cm at an affordable price across very large areas, with no data caps.”

Spookfish utilises a fleet of specialised planes to capture imagery for its platform and says, with quarterly updates in capital cities across Australia, customers have an up-to-date and evolving view of their world.


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