The LAND INFO team includes Bluesky International Ltd. in the U.K. and COWI (soon to be part of Hexagon Group) in continental Europe.
"Our international team will give 5G wireless operators in Europe direct local access to the geospatial data and expertise they need to develop state-of-the-art telecommunications networks," said LAND INFO president Nick Hubing.
LAND INFO timed the announcement with this week's Hexagon Geospatial Content User Group Meeting in Seville, Spain, where Hubing will present "Mapping for Wireless Telco: From Landsat to CityMapper" on Friday, Feb. 21, at 10 am.
Based in Ashby-De-La-Zouch, England, Bluesky is an innovative aerial survey company with offices in Great Britain, Ireland, and the U.S. COWI is an international engineering consultancy based in Denmark with more than 400 aerial mapping personnel in offices across Europe and India. COWI's aerial mapping business will join Hexagon in Q2 2020.
LAND INFO entered into the collaboration with Bluesky and COWI based on their acknowledged leadership in aerial data acquisition and well-established sales networks across the United Kingdom and Europe. Both organizations are constantly adding updated data to their geospatial archives, capturing in stunning 3D detail the rapid changes occurring across Europe.