EagleView, a leader in geospatial technology, and RapidSOS, an intelligent safety platform, announced an integration of EagleView's high-resolution orthogonal imagery into RapidSOS Premium, securely linking over 500 million devices to more than 16,000 first responder and 9-1-1 agencies. 

In a Jan. 24 news release announcing the partnership, EagleView, a provider of aerial imagery, software and analytics, and RapidSOSi, a safety platform that enhances the 9-1-1 response system by consolidating critical data such as real-time location, local GIS data, and caller profiles into a single, comprehensive mapping solution, began incorporating EagleView’s technology for enhanced service.

EagleView's proprietary camera systems capture superior-quality imagery, which the company says offers higher resolution, greater spatial accuracy, and a clear date stamp, providing critical context in emergency situations.

"Our collaboration is dedicated to one crucial goal, and that’s keeping field responders safe and saving lives," said Joe Oddi, director of Partner Strategies at EagleView. "By integrating EagleView imagery with RapidSOS Premium, we help public safety professionals respond in the most accurate and efficient way to citizens in distress.”

Both companies said the EagleView integration will enable RapidSOS users to access high-resolution aerial imagery directly in their workflow, offering unparalleled insights into emergency locations and streamlining decision-making for telecommunicators and field responders.

"Through this alliance with EagleView, telecommunicators can provide more accurate intelligence and directions to support their field responders," said Karin Marquez, chief public safety brand officer at RapidSOS. 

“With high-resolution aerial imagery in RapidSOS, public safety officials can make faster, smarter, and safer decisions to aid those in the field,” Marquez added.

For more information, visit eagleview.com/government/public-safety/.